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ShootersDad

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  1. Does anyone use this GPS Tracking System on their greyhounds? Any experience or review of it. Thank You in Advance
  2. Where can I find information about Winter Hounds 2020? Thank You in advance and hugs to the hounds Oh my, it's 960 miles one way. I wish it was closer.
  3. We are looking into a GPS for one of the greyhounds. He has never been out but I did not want to wait until he does. I read about the Whistle on here but the reviews did not seem good. I know some adoption groups put a GPS tracker on their greyhounds. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance and hugs to the hounds
  4. LINK TO AUCTION https://www.facebook.com/groups/support4legs4hounds/ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3038161496274350&set=oa.710621196340552&type=3&theater&ifg=1 4Legs 4Hounds (4L4H) is a unique Partnership Program between Wheeling Island Racetrack and The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine which provides surgical care for any greyhound injured while racing. The work of the OSU veterinary staff is supplemented by the endless physical energy of a special volunteer team of OSU Veterinary Students and kennel workers.
  5. Did your adoption group tell you you were adopting a high prey greyhound? It's not the greyhounds fault. He should not be around small dogs. Use a muzzle before you end up paying someone's vet bill or your greyhound gets put down. If an owner gets between the small dog and your greyhound and blood is drawn he can be labeled as a vicious dog. Once he is declared a vicious dog he will be put down. Unfortunately this happens. For your safety and the greyhounds safety it would be best to return him. They might have a return that could care less about small dogs. Your adoption group should have advised you better.
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