Born: September 2013
No Cats. No Small Dogs. For more information on greyhounds and cat/small dog tolerance, Click Here for our Greyhound FAQ.
Greyhounds are a gentle, sensitive breed. They have good temperaments and make ideal house pets because they love being near people, they are clean, quiet, undemanding, and take up a small amount of space (in spite of their size). Greyhounds actually need a small amount of exercise relative to other dog breeds. Most Greyhounds can be found lying around the house napping!
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