reyhounds are amazing.
They are sprinters and some can go over 40 mph.
They have a calm manner, are fairly smart, and are loyal to their caregivers.
Greyhounds come in all colors - white, black, fawn, brindle, gray, etc.
They go WAY back
Greyhounds weigh in at around 70lbs, have short hair, and are usually good with kids.
They often don't do well with cats though, and can sometimes even catch a fleeing squirrel.
Greyhounds are especially thankful for a yard to run in even though they only
do it once a day for about 30 seconds. The rest of their time is spent sleeping and eating.
Over the years, we've adopted 3 retired racing greyhounds and given them
the home, warm bed and freedom they deserve.
Consider adopting or fostering a retired greyhound.
See the links section below for more information.
Our side entry has cabinets lining the wall, but they're no ordinary cabinets.
Actually, they're comfy doggy beds.
During the day they close up and look nice,
during the night they transform into sleeping quarters for our furry friends.
Click on the icon to see more.
Greyhounds aren't much for dog houses, they stay inside mostly,
but excess building materials drive me crazy
and the result was a pair of massive dog houses built from scraps.
Margo applied her painting magic and presto!
They're big enough for a large greyhound or a mischievous husband.