If you are familiar with greyhounds, then you may know of their racing history. These dogs were specifically bred for speed. Many of them can reach a top speed of 40 mph. Premium racers can maintain the top speed of 45 mph for up to 250 meters. When you bring a retired greyhound home after an adoption, you will also discover that these dogs really enjoy being couch potatoes.
These dogs might like to run, but they also like to find the most comfortable place in your home. They do have a larger size compared to some other breeds, but most of them are quiet, affectionate, and gentle dogs that can adapt to many different lifestyles. You will find greyhounds living in the city, in suburban homes, and in farming communities.
Greyhounds have coats in many different colors. Their grooming needs are minimal, often needing a weekly brushing and the occasional bath at most. Some dogs will need regular nail trimming as well.
If you are interested in the adoption of a greyhound, then here are the vital pros and cons to consider before you complete the process. Video Inspired By
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