Training

Let sleeping dogs lie!

Let sleeping dogs lie!

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.

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Becoming a multi-dog household

Becoming a multi-dog household

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...

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Toilet Training your rescue greyhound

Toilet Training your rescue greyhound

arting companion life, our hounds have been used to going to the toilet whenever and wherever they like. Luckily, most greyhounds are very easy to toilet train, but timing and management is essential. They’re like a puppy in terms of experience, so keep that in mind as you begin your journey with them.

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My new name!

My new name!

Your new hound may not know their name, but teaching them is not hard, in fact it is a great way to bond with them and to give them lots of positive reinforcement.

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