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The First Few Days at Home
Greyhounds and Kids
Greyhounds and Other Pets
Feeding Your Greyhound
Exercise, Training, and Handling Your Greyhound
General Greyhound Information:
Greyhound Behavior Part 1 - Some basics on why and how retired racers are different.
Greyhound Behavior Part 2 - Aggression in retired racers.
Greyhound Behavior Part 3 - Changes in greyhound behavior after the initial adaptation.
Greyhound Behavior Part 4 - Fighting greyhounds.
Greyhound Behavior Part 5 - Greyhounds and cats.
Running & Retired Racing Greyhounds: A Dangerous Combination
Specific Behavior Articles:
Fighting or Playing? Aggression in Greyhounds
Dog Parks: Are They a Good Idea?
TRUST - A Deadly Disease
Shyness, Fearfulness and Induced Phobias in Greyhounds
Retractable Leads: A Deadly Invention
Why Muzzle A Greyhound?
Heat Stroke In Greyhounds: A Very Real Threat
Baby Gates and Doggy Doors: Keeping Your Greyhound Out of Trouble
Greyhounds and Choke Chains: Proceed With Caution!!
Training People Who Blame the Dog
Greyhound Health Warnings and Information:
Greyhound Dental Problems: Chronic Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS)
Canine Vestibular Syndrome (Idiopathic Vestibulitis): Is It Serious?
Dangers of Flea and Tick Products
Elevated Food Dishes: Does It Matter for Greyhounds?
Heat Stroke in Greyhounds: What You Need to Know
Yard Hazards for Greyhounds
Cat Litter Dangers
Canine Virus Scare: Racing Greyhounds Believed to Be Source
Pathologic Fractures: Osteosarcoma's Painful Message
Osteosarcoma in Greyhounds: Early Diagnosis and Options
Cassie's Cure: "Incontinence" Mystery Solved
Pain Management and Greyhounds
Health Concerns in the Retired Racing Greyhound
Lure Coursing and the Retired Racing Greyhound
Heart Problems in Greyhounds