home, and it is important that you take that into account when thinking about adoption.
Let’s talk about why Greyhound Rescue recommend that we don’t pat, hug or approach hounds on their beds. Resource guarding of beds is not uncommon for a greyhound adjusting to companion life.
Imagine, you are new to a city and have just moved in with several new housemates! This would be a nervous and exciting experience for you, you may have mixed feelings. It is important to manage expectations when intorducing a new greyhound into your home; not only...
Being unsettled at nighttime is a not-uncommon issue when settling a new hound into your home. Here are some practical suggestions to try if your hound is being unsettled at bedtime or overnight.
It is important to give your hound a balanced and healthy diet, but what does that look like? Here is our guide to what to feed your rescue greyhound to keep them healthy and happy.
Oral health is not only essential to overall health and wellbeing for humans, but also for our animal friends
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