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Helpful Info About Greyhounds

Everyday Items that may harm your greyhound
As your greyhound is busy enjoying life as a pet, you must be aware of the potential hazards that could injure or harm your dog. Prevent accidents from happening! Anything that could hurt a child could also potentially harm your greyhound...
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Exercising your greyhound
Your greyhound will spend most of his time indoors relaxing and laying around. He needs to burn off this conserved energy with a run in the yard, a nice walk or a burst of energy up and down your hallway. Greyhounds need at least an hour of exercise per day. Although backyard exercise is...
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Traveling with your greyhound
Traveling with your greyhound can be a great source of fun. Most greyhounds enjoy riding in a vehicle, and also do well on trips or vacations and careful planning will make your trip go that much smoother...
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What To Do If Your Greyhound Gets Loose
National Greyhound Adoption Program would first like to stress the importance of always having identification tags on your greyhound. You never know when he may slip out your door and it is far better to be safe, than sorry!
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NGAP's Greyhound Basics Manual
NGAP is proud to announce the release of our newest publication, Greyhound Basics!
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Small Child, Add A Greyhound
National Greyhound Adoption Program has been adopting greyhounds for twenty years now. Many of these greyhounds have been successfully placed with families with small children even though most of them have just come from a racing facility and are not used to little ones crawling around or walking up to them.
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