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  1. Hello everyone, I brought my 1yr old greyhound boy Monte home 3 weeks ago yesterday. He has adapted pretty well to apartment life, although he's still quite aloof. But outside is a separate story. He is very slow on walks, freezes often and will not go to the bathroom on the leash. As a result, I have had to take him to the dog park where he can go off leash every time we go out. He also has crazy control over his bladder - I've taken him out on the leash for 2.5 hours and he will hold it until I cave and take him to the park. Any tips?
  2. Hello - new greyhound owner here. We are absolutely in love with our new grey, she has been really good so far at settling in. We picked her up two days ago. The only issue is that we also have a guinea pig (he is very old, kept in a cage, in a separate room). We were told that if we kept to these rules by the rescue centre that she would be fine. However this is not the case. She hasn't met the GP yet - but could smell him. So we have now moved him out of the room and keeping him in the garage for the time being until we work out what to do. However, she is still desperate to
  3. Our 3 year old whom we've had for 8 months exhibited very strange episodic behavior yesterday. He woke us up at 4am wandering, pacing, head darting right and leaft, ears up, whining a little, looking completely confused like he had no idea where he was or what he should be doing. He even climbed onto our bed and just stood there, doing the same thing (he has NEVER gotten on our bed, even when we tried to convince him). He also was afraid to leave the room, and acted as though he had never manuevered stairs before. We finally carried him down, thinking he might be feeling sick, and took him
  4. I fostered Kit, a three-year-old female, when she first came off the track in March of this year. She was quite nervous when she came to me and I learned right away that she had a fear of men. As she calmed down, she took a liking to me. She was a sweet, yet more subtly affectionate dog. She always followed me around and she would sit next to me on the couch with her head laying on me. She discovered her love of plush toys and would play all the time. As I was trying to expose her to as many types of people as I could, I learned that she did like women and children. She was actually wonderful
  5. Hello, We have had our grey for about a week now. She has been great! She seemed like she wasn't afraid of anything, which was a relief because we live in the city. She heard garbage trucks, buses, horn honking, horse and carriages, people on segways, trains, boats, etc and did not even flinch. Yesterday afternoon on our way back from our walk, she heard a metal soda can rolling down the street was was terrified. She pulled me to the apartment and even nudged the door open herself. She had her tail between her legs and her ears back. We have walked her five times since then and she is spookin
  6. Hello everyone I recently adopted a 2 year old male greyhound directly from my local racetrack. He had this on his frontal right leg (his wrist?) the vet told me he did this to himself while being in the kennels> even though I've never seen him nipping it, only licking, there's always some spot of blood. Is there a liquid I can put on the wound so it stops the continous bleeding? also, is there some kind of band I could put on it to make it stop doing this to himself or it would only atract more attention to his leg? Thanks!
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