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  1. Adore my dog. His major issue is sleep startle. Learned about it the hard way by getting screamed/lunged/nipped at one night when I went to roll over in bed. I’m not sure what happened in his life before me or if that even matters but he tends to have a lot of what I would describe as night terrors as well as general fear of the dark. So overall not a good combo for sleeping in my bed or bedroom. He currently sleeps in a closed crate in the living room for his and my safety. I may, post covid, have to take a road trip/cross country move with him. Which will likely be hard as he gets very
  2. Hi all I was wondering if anyone has done a transatlantic move with greys? Moving to the UK for work and will bring my girl with me. I was wondering if anyone has advice on flying with a greyhound? Also does anyone one know any grey groups in the UK?
  3. We are going to be in Orange Beach, AL for the month of February with our aging hounds, 9 and 11. We would like a vet recommendation in case there is a need while we're there. We are hoping that someone in GreyTalk lives near there and knows of a greyt vet. Thanks so much for any help you can give us.
  4. At her final health screening for our 5000 mile move, the vet noticed a heart murmur and suggested we get x-rays after the move. We insisted on going ahead and getting them done beforehand and we just got back from the appointment and are unsure of what to do. The vet found a grade 3 heart murmur and a VHS of 11.5. We are scheduling a cardiogram ASAP, and started delving into the internet to try to find people with similar issues and information from reliable sources. So far we've found a number of articles and websites stating that 11.5 VHS is in the normal range for a Greyhound and that
  5. Hey all- Long story but it came to be that I now have an app on my phone for finding vet clinics based on my current location. Useful for traveling. It's called the "Iams Vet 24/7" - I'm sure there's an iPhone version as well. I know you can also use the map app to search for vets but this seems to be a bit easier as Google Maps isn't always 100% accurate. Again, not sure about the Apple versions I've also scanned and have on my phone (via Google Docs) Bella's vet records, her registration certfiicate, her NYC license, etc. That way I always have the info with me and don't have to carry
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