Escape Proofing Your Greyhound

How not to Become a Member of the Runaway’s Club by Marcia Herman We have visions of our Greyhounds following us around while we move from place to place, while working in our gardens, walking on the beach, or hiking in the woods. These are lovely fantasies, but they should never become realities unless our loyal, royal companions are in a fenced area or attached to leashes. Even highly-trained working law enforcement dogs have been known to bolt and be killed while on duty. Often, instinct is more powerful than training. The vision of a Greyhound loose on the beach Read more »

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Corns

What are corns and where do they come from? Corns are hard protuberances that appear on the pads of greyhound feet. They may initially present as a tiny dot that eventually gets bigger until the corn breaks through the pad. They can grow quite large if left unchecked and are extremely painful for greyhounds. Imagine walking around with a pebble in your shoe that you cannot get rid of. Add that to the multitude of nerve endings in dog feet and you will get some idea of why they are so painful. No other breed of dog is known to Read more »

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Books on Greys and Dogs in General

Love Has No Age Limit by Patricia McConnell and Karen London CLICK HERE to Purchase Book on Amazon AND Support GW Adopting the Racing Greyhound by Cynthia A. Branigan CLICK HERE to Purchase Book on Amazon AND Support GW Retired Racing Greyhounds for Dummies by Lee Livingood CLICK HERE to Purchase Book on Amazon AND Support GW I’ll Be Home Soon – How to Prevent and Treat Separation Anxiety by Patricia McConnell CLICK HERE to Purchase Book on Amazon AND Support GW Childproofing Your Dog by Brian Kilcommons, Sarah Wilson CLICK HERE to Purchase Book on Amazon AND Support GW Read more »

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