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Greyhound Puppies

Rachel Poli Author
Rachel
Aug 19 ·

Did you know Greyhounds were originally bred as racing dogs? These pups are tall, slender, and built for speed. These days, you can find them lounging beside you, being the ultimate couch potato. If you want to bring home a new puppy to the family, consider checking out Greyhound puppies.

A quick look at the Greyhound

Before getting a new dog, research a couple of different dog breeds. Every pup is different, but all breeds have their own set of characteristics and needs. You’ll want to make sure you choose the right dog breed for you and your family. This is Megan…

As for Greyhounds, they are built long and lean. They can be in various sizes, from medium, large, to giant. They can grow about 28 to 32 inches in height and weigh between 50 to 70 pounds. Needless to say, this doggo won’t do well in an apartment. They need room to stretch their legs inside and outside.

Greyhounds have short, smooth coats that can come in a handful of colors and markings. Despite this, though, they are low to moderate shedders. So, if you have allergies, this is not a hypoallergenic dog. You’ll need to brush your Greyhound at least once a week to keep the shedding at bay.

Luckily, this dog breed is great with children and other dogs. So, they’ll make a great family pet. They do, however, have a strong prey drive. Your pooch will need training and early socialization if they come into contact with animals smaller than them. If you have a hamster at home, be careful. 

Overall, Greyhounds are calm, quiet, and peaceful. Even though they’re fast doesn’t mean they always want to run. They’ll be happy with a thirty to sixty-minute walk each day to stretch their legs. Then it’s back to snoozing on the couch they go. 

Where can you find Greyhound puppies?

There are many ways to get this adorable dog breed. You can call your local animal shelter or check out a breed-specific rescue that helps Greyhounds. Mellyhound…

These places may have Greyhound mixed breeds, and they may or may not have puppies. They could have adults or seniors. However, you can give a pooch a good home that doesn’t already have one.

Alternatively, you can go through a reputable breeder who specializes in Greyhounds. Just be wary of puppy mills and backyard breeders. Make sure the breeder knows what they’re doing when it comes to Greyhounds. Plus, they’ll be more into giving the puppies a good home rather than making a profit.

How much does a Greyhound puppy cost?

Depending on where you get your Greyhound puppy, you can expect to spend between $600 to $1,000. A young adult retired race dog may be cheaper, as low as $300. On the other hand, if the litter comes from a champion bloodline of racers, the cost could increase. Eric.IG…

How to prepare for your new puppy

Before you bring home a new puppy, you’ll want to make sure you have everything you need. For example, you want to have a veterinarian picked out and ensure they accept new patients when you get your dog.

In addition, head to your local pet store and pick out everything you need for a dog. This is the most fun part. You can go up and down the dog aisles and grab anything and everything you see from dog beds, crates, collars, leashes, harnesses, dog toys, grooming supplies, cleaning supplies, training treats, and more. You’ll need it all.

Finally, you’ll want to set up a small area for your pup upon arriving home. This will be their safe space, and get used to their new environment and smells without overwhelming them.

Bringing home your new furry friend

Once you’ve done all that, you can finally bring home your new canine companion. Show them their space in an enclosed room. You don’t want your pup to roam the house without you knowing. Otherwise, they could have accidents or might get into something they’re not supposed to. Peggy…

Take a few days off from work so that the two of you can get to know one another. Additionally, you can help your pooch get settled in their new home. You can also begin training right away.

Training your Greyhound puppy

Luckily, this pooch is highly intelligent. They are eager to please and thrive on attention from their owner. In other words, training shouldn’t be a problem here.

You can easily potty train, crate train, housebreak, and obedience train your Greyhound with plenty of positive reinforcement and praise. Greyhounds love praise, so if you’re enthusiastic about them doing a good job, then they’ll learn quickly. Cole and Tux…

Should you consider Greyhound puppies?

Greyhounds, as a whole, are relatively low-maintenance to care for. They don’t require much grooming or exercise. This doggo is friendly overall. As long as you have enough room to keep your Greyhound indoors and allow them to roam in a fenced-in area, then you should certainly consider this amazing dog.

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Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.
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