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Excellent

AdvantagesLoving, gentle and need minimal exercise

DisadvantagesPut all your food away

...because the dogs needed it. I walked much of the South West Coastal Path with Katie and she was an amiable companion. Katie would then sleep for the rest of the day happy but exhausted from her extended walks but thrilled at the extra food offered to sustain her. ~Wagg~ Sighthounds: Greyhounds are sighthounds a group of dogs that hunt by sight. Ever since Man and dog collaborated many, many...

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Excellent

“BOB THE GREYHOUND”

published 07/08/2003

AdvantagesFABULOUS DOGS

DisadvantagesABSOLUTELY ZILCH

...ll not know why you are scolding them. Ironically, physical punishment will frighten and confuse the dog and probably lead to further soiling. So ? what other ?problems? will a greyhound inflict upon a new owner? Err ... well your new adoptee is likely to have awful teeth. This is as a result of the sloppy food that he/she will have been fed - designed to hydrate the dogs as they run...

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Excellent

Advantagesloyal, easy going, good with children

Disadvantageslarge

...terms of other training there was only Mischief who I trained to shake paw for a treat! Needless to say my Dad wasn?t best pleased that his ?racer? shook paw for a biscuit! Feeding Greyhounds are a large breed of dog and will obviously need quite a lot of food to eat so it can be expensive to feed them. I remember that our greyhounds seemed to have cornflakes with milk at breakfast time...

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