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“Grey hound is the part of festival”

Written on: 28/09/2012 by Obsecure (11 reviews written)

in pakistan every year a festival to helded called "mela mavaishyan" in which the greyhound dogs roll a special part of racing, an machiene like rabbit who moves very fastly and the greyhound dogs follow it very faslty the dog who catch it or make its distance less than others wins and shall be rewarded… Read Full Review

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“A Greyhound is a delight to share you life and home....”

Written on: 19/07/2008 by madaboutgreys (1 review written)

A Greyhound is a delight to share you life and home. Racing greyhounds have led such sheltered lives - some dogs straight off the track will need a bit of help learning about the big wide world, tackling the stairs, figuring out the TV, learning not to be scared of the vacuum cleaner etc. But most will walk into your home like they've lived there all their lives. And they are so loyal and loving - they never ever forget the ones that rescued them. Watching your greyhound run for the sheer… Read Full Review

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“We adopted Purdy 3 months ago and she is purfect. A...”

Written on: 03/02/2008

We adopted Purdy 3 months ago and she is purfect. A failed racer at just 18 months she was one of the lucky few who was given over to a rescue centre by the owner rather than put out on the streets where all kinds of horrific things happen to these wonderful dogs. When we picked her up we had to teach her how to live in a house with people, a cat and another dog. This was both sad to see but very rewarding to see her confidence grow. She was clean in the house very quickly with only a couple of… Read Full Review

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“Our Greyhound, Trooper, only came to us two weeks ago,...”

Written on: 08/11/2005 by jo raven (1 review written)

Our Greyhound, Trooper, only came to us two weeks ago, and we really can't imagine life without him. After a bad experience with a dog a few years ago, it took a lot of persuading to convince my husband that a greyhound would be for us, until he read the information I had gathered, and then he too was convinced. Trooper is a retired racer. He is 6 years old, and is a proper baby!! He loves a fuss and a cuddle, and enjoys nothing more than curling up in front of the fire with my 2 cats (it only… Read Full Review

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“I love greyhounds.”

Written on: 12/09/2005 by cooklngdg66 (1 review written)

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“Jimmy (bonny boy) an all "shiny black" greyhound now...”

Written on: 13/11/2004 by Jimmypup (1 review written)

Jimmy (bonny boy) an all "shiny black" greyhound now three and a half. Thoroughbred pet. A real head-turner in the high street. Loves to lean on anybody that shows the slightest bit of attention. Loves kids. Loves soft going, really takes off. Burns sugar quickly, so likes a rest in between sprints. Normally twenty minutes.
Sociable with other dogs, especially Oscar the English mastive who he likes to bully!! bone idle, loves a cuddle on the settee, faithful, Very obedient. Will chase a hare… Read Full Review

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Cooklngdg66's Response to Jimmypup's Review

Written on: 20/09/2005

my two greyhounds are a sparkle in my life. My first greyhound billy is 5 1/2 and just tends to sleep, pass wind, sleep, eat, sleep, play and do his business...oh and did i mention...sleep. He is a wonderful companion and loves people. He gets on well with other dogs and cats and is full of character. He used to race but is now retired. We got him from one of the good rescue kennels where he had lived all his life.
<br>Our other greyhound is lizzy. We have not had her long but she is settling in well and gets along with billy fine. She is a very licky, attentative grey and loves to have cuddles. She likes to feel everything with her mouth and whenever anything new comes into the house she has to be the first to inspect it. She is 2 1/2 yr old and has never raced as she has no interest in that side of things.

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“I am proud to be owned by 2 greyhounds and a choc lab...”

Written on: 20/10/2004 by Greyhoundhelper (2 reviews written)

I am proud to be owned by 2 greyhounds and a choc lab puppy (all rescues). My first greyhound taught my second greyhound all about living with humans: stairs; walking on a lead; food times; where and when to go to toilet; and that there wasn't anything to be scared of. My 2nd had lived rough for a year having been dumped probably following an accident when racing (she was originally an Irish bred racer) before being picked up by a rescue society. As a result she was too scared to walk and needed… Read Full Review

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Bertie's Response to Greyhoundhelper's Review

Written on: 21/10/2004

Greyhoundhelper.....beautifully done. I never would have thought the breed was suitable for a docile pet. May yours have long lives!

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Tensup's Response to Greyhoundhelper's Review

Written on: 28/08/2008

Thanks for the fascinating review.
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<br/>We are considering adopting a greyhound, but unfortunately live quite close to a couple of traveller campsites. I have heard before about greyhounds (and lurchers) being stolen and notice that you say the same at the start of your review. Do you know if it is a common occurrence?

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Graddfagal's Response to Greyhoundhelper's Review

Written on: 25/11/2004

Thanks so much for very helpful comments. Have applied to home a grey myself and this gives me the confidence that I have chosen the right breed for us.

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“The greyhound is very quiet in the house. It is...”

Written on: 21/03/2004 by Greyhoundgirl07 (1 review written)

The greyhound is very quiet in the house. It is considered the 45 mph couch potato. They get along with children and are very loyal. They love snuggling up in a big blanket and love attention. If you prefer an independent dog, the Greyhound is not the dog for you. They are very easily house-trained because they like to keep their living quarters clean. They do not bark, shed, or require that much exercise. You need to have a fenced in yard for a Greyhound. You can let them out in an enclosed… Read Full Review

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Loulou2204's Response to Greyhoundgirl07's Review

Written on: 14/09/2004

I absolutely agree with this review. Greyhounds make absolutely FANTASTIC pets. My greyhound, Tarot, has unfortunately past away. She was a rescue dog as so many are. They are probably one of the most abused breeds of dog and with such wonderful, gentle, caring natures not one deserves to be neglected or abused. Tarot was wonderful, she slept about 23 hours of the day, loved a cuddle and a nice warm bed to sleep in. A 10 to 20 minute walk a day used to do her fine. After a 5 minute sprint she was ready to go home for a rest! Greyhounds are a completely mis-understood breed. They don't need 3 hour long walks as they only have the stamina for short bursts of energy. Tarot also had a problem getting up and down the stairs! It used to take her a good 5 minutes stood at the bottom before she would get her brain to send a message down her long legs to her feet and tell them to get up the stairs! Funny to watch! She had the most expressive face and would crease the sides of her mouth like a smile when she was happy! A very quiet dog only barking when really really excited!
<br>Can't say anymore, just that I miss her terribly and will definately be getting another Greyhound soon!

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