Greyhound care

Time to head back to work?

Time to head back to work?

After weeks at home due to coronavirus restrictions most of us are now heading back to work. This is a big change for your hound, who has no doubt become used to spending all day hanging out with you! You may have noticed that hounds are creatures of habit, in fact,...

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Dog park etiquette

Dog park etiquette

By Amy Wakley-Ahearn Off-leash dog parks can be a great way to socialise your pooch. They provide an opportunity for your pet to run around with other dogs, experience a variety of smells and sounds and generally enjoy themselves. And they give you a chance to meet...

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5 tips to get your home hound-ready

By Amy Wakley-AhearnBringing a dog into your home can be a very exciting time for you and your family, but it can also be a bit overwhelming if you’ve never had a dog before! Here are 5 easy ways you can prepare your home for the arrival of your new furkid....

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Hound-proof your home!

Hound-proof your home!

Before you welcome your new hound into your home, take some time to make sure their environment is free from hazards. Your hound will be curious about their new surroundings and dogs naturally explore with their mouths, plus the reach of a greyhound is greater than...

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Human foods that your hound should avoid!

Human foods that your hound should avoid!

We all love to spoil our beloved hounds, but did you know that there are some human foods that are strictly off-limits? We have spoken to a couple of Australia’s best Vets about what foods you should avoid feeding your hound and what to do if your dog does get their...

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