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Hi, my greyhound has begun acting strangely the past two evenings. Evening #1 seemed to span 7-8pm, this evening has been 7pm-11pm(so far). He seems to be very sensitive to sound during these "episodes", which I've deducted from the following observations: 1) When let outside, he darted all over the yard with his ears perked up, looking in random directions. 2) He spooked easily while outside when a motorcycle passed miles in the distance. 3) When inside, he quickly paces from one end of the house to the other and attempts to look through windows/stare at doors as if a sound is
Hello! I am a new greyhound owner; we just adopted a retired racing hound about a month ago. I'm having a lot of trouble taking her out to go potty. We lived in a large apartment complex in Denver for the first two weeks, and she absolutely despised walking through the halls and going in the elevator. She hated going so much that my partner had to carry her to the dog park every day. We just moved into a townhouse, so the grass is about 10ft away, but she is still so hesitant to leave the house. She freezes right at the doorway and refuses to go further. So, again, we carry her 10ft over
Hi all. This is my first post. I want to say thank you to everyone for keeping this forum active and easily accessible to the public. This forum has been a wonderful source of knowledge and comfort both prior to adopting our hound and in the time that weve had her. Ive read many threads, but Im still not seeing some of the same behaviors (or not searching the right words) in the forum. I will try to be direct in our situation with the hope I can get some insight and advice. We adopted our girl three months ago. It is just my husband and I with occasional visitors like his young daugh
Hi All! I haven't posted here too much but I wanted to give a brief overview of our experience with SA, because it seems a little different and I wish I had found a post like this back when we first started having issues. We've had our girl, Goose, for about a year. She's about to turn 5, and came to us with a broken leg from the track. I work from home, and having never had a Grey before, I stupidly didn't take the necessary precautions right away when it came to prepping her for being on her own. Part of this was because she didn't seem to care too much about us for the first severa