Keep your greyhound safe and happy when you travel. A suggested travel checklist. Sturdy Leash, Collar, ID Tags, and Muzzle Extra collar with up-to-date contact information Familiar blanket or bed Food (bring extra) Water (make sure you have plenty) Food and water bowls Portable water bowl and bottle Treats Toys and chew items All medication and supplements Baby wipes (for easy cleaning) Waste removal bags Old towels, paper towels and disinfectant sprays Flashlight for nightly walks Vaccination records, especially rabies certificate List of veterinary offices and emergency animal hospitals in the area to which you’re traveling Read more »Click to Read More!
Resources listed are shared as general information and are not endorsed by Greyhound Welfare Inc. Martingale Collars 2 Hounds Design http://www.2houndsdesign.com/ Aid 4 Greys http://www.aid4greys.com/index.htm Crown Collars http://www.crowncollars.com/ Houndstown www.houndstown.com Karen’s Kollars http://www.karenskollars.net Long Dog Leather http://www.longdogleather.com/ National Greyhound Adoption Program http://www.ngap.org/ngap-pet-greyhound-store-x6626.html Coats, PJs Blue Willow Dog Coats http://www.bwdogcoats.com/our-dog-coats.html Cassie’s Casual Wear http://www.cassiescasualwear.com/coats.html Chilly Dogs http://www.chillydogs.ca/ K9 Apparel http://k9apparel.com/ Kellings Dog Coats http://www.dogcoats.net/ National Greyhound Adoption Program http://www.ngap.org/ngap-pet-greyhound-store-x6626.html Booties Therapaw http://www.therapaw.com/ K9 Apparel http://k9apparel.com/ Dog Beds Blue Willow Dog Coats (sells the Pita Bed) http://www.bwdogcoats.com/accessories.html Oh My Dog Supplies http://www.ohmydogsupplies.com/dog-supplies/large-dog-beds/ Mammouth Dog Beds http://www.mammothoutlet.com/ National Greyhound Adoption Read more »Click to Read More!
Retired racers looking for their forever homes are due to arrive in our foster program on/about 4/26/18. After their arrival, be sure to read their bios and see their photos.Click to Read More!
The Best Gifts for our Dogs As wonderful as this season can be for the humans, it can be a tough and stressful time for our dogs. Routines are disrupted. Decorations, gifts, indoor trees, and temptation are everywhere. Strangers come and go with noise and excitement; loud music and tempting smells fill the house. Food is everywhere: In gift bags, on the counter, in children’s hands, on an elderly relative’s lap. With the best of intentions, we over stimulate our pups with too many new toys all at once, and then wonder why they guard these prizes or snark at Read more »Click to Read More!
GW Foster Parents, Miss Chelsea and the GW-mobile!Click to Read More!
Newly adopted Rosie in her stylish fleece.Click to Read More!
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Summer is here and, with it, hot temperatures. To keep your greyhound safe and happy this summer, here are some guidelines when it comes to summer heat. Hot temperatures are a danger to your greyhound. Because greyhounds do not have a lot of body fat and just one layer of fur, greyhounds lack the insulation to heat that other dogs have. An ideal air temperature for a greyhound is 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. To keep your grey safe and happy this summer, here are some guidelines when it comes to summer heat: *NEVER EVER EVER LEAVE YOUR GREYHOUND Read more »Click to Read More!