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Being a pest. I had to put something heavy in a box. Guess which fuzzy nuisance dropped his ball into it before the heavy item went in?
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Well, your greyhounds are a dream of mine! I’ve always wanted to have a greyhound, preferably two. It seems like my dogs usually find me, somehow, so maybe one day a couple of greys will find me.
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Greyhounds are fabulous family members and I would be lost without mine. I have been blessed to have had nine dogs in my lifetime, six of them Greyhounds. I have always found that having at least two at a time makes my life so much easier. If I have to go out for a while, they completely entertain each other with zero separation anxiety.
Counter to what many are told, Greyhounds are easily trained to be off leash. I only have to spend about a week with an e-collar working on commands and they are trained. Occasionally I will have to do a ‘refresher course’ on one, but that is rare. If I had to walk them on leash it would take much joy out of it for them as well as me. Thankfully they have plenty of trails on our property to run as fast as they want and have the time of their lives. In fact they just got back from their morning walk and are cooling off.
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