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  1. This is day 8 of a brand new adoption from a rescue kennel and I'm brand new to greyhounds but I don't know what to do. She's a very placid girl (Pippy) and things had been going pretty well. She's eating and sleeping well and on walks she's good but always busting to go home. She's understandably a little overwhelmed by the city traffic and noise but seems happy sniffing and toileting well. From the start she's been hard to get out for a walk. Admittedly it's winter but it's not freezing, it is Sydney after all, it's not wet or frosty. I've been trying to establish a routine - morning
  2. Hi all, need some advice for our almost 7 year old greyhound female. We adopted her about 2.5 years ago and adopted a second female greyhound who is 2.5 years old almost a year ago. About 3-4 months after adopting the first greyhound we noticed she started becoming extremely aggressive towards guests that came in our house- I.e. Barking, growling, lunging. Around 6 months in, she actually did bite my husbands friend who came over. We had the adoption group lady come over and help show us how to correct her as nothing we were doing seemed to stop her. She showed us how to correct her on the le
  3. A little background about my grey... I've had him for over a year now. He's always been a bit skittish/nervous/shy, and he doesn't react well to strangers, men, other non-greyhounds... the list goes on. However, I love him, even if he is a weird little nugget. I've tried to help him come out of his shell, but mostly I just deal with his neuroses. However, after about a month of having him, he started to get bolder about being aggressive, especially in regards to high priority treats like knuckle bones, kongs with peanut butter, and rawhides. If he was given one, and someone got too clo
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