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.
Many greyhounds have never encountered stairs before. Other dogs learn this skill as a puppy when they are fool-hardy and fearless.
It is important to keep in mind that your new Greyhound has likely never seen any other breeds of dogs before, so it may take them a while to recognise them, time and patience as well as positive training methods can help to overcome reactivity.
Sometimes, we see some greyhounds freeze mid-walk. It’s all a fear response – and one you can work with them on overcoming.
Your hound has a mind of their own and isn’t necessarily always going to want to interact with you. For this reason it is imperative to check that you have their consent before interacting with your hound.
ant against other dogs. This can lead to some “resource guarding” behaviour, especially while they are still learning.
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