What To Do When An Off Leash Dog Attacks
Unfortunately, there may be times when your on-leash greyhound is rushed by an off-leash dog. Even the friendliest of greyhounds in such a socially unequal situation may not appreciate this forced interaction.

Gillian Lee

27.06.2020

Advice

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Dog Parks...Are They Worth The Risk?
Off leash dog parks are a no for greyhounds. A hard NO! We are not speaking from a soapbox without reason or even without firsthand experience. Yes, GGA staff have made the mistake of going to off leash dog parks and yes, we have the physical and emotional scars to prove it.

Gillian Lee

05.06.2020

dog park, off leash, greyhounds

Advice

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What's in Your Bowl?
Raw or Kibble? GGA does not care! What we care about is that you are feeding a balanced appropriate diet for your dog!

Gillian Lee

25.05.2020

Feed

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Retired. NOT Rescued.
If you have ever had the pleasure of walking through life with a retired racing greyhound at your side, then it is important that you understand the difference between the terms 'adopterd' and 'rescued'. #RetiredNotRescued.

Gillian Lee

11.05.2020

Retired

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Is Your Dog Getting Enough Rest?
The international pandemic of Covid-19 has many of us house bound. One key thing to remember is your hound is used to THEIR time.

Gillian Lee

16.04.2020

Behavioural

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First Aid Kits!
One of the best things you can do is to have a well stocked first aid kit, or preferably two, one for home and one to keep in your car. Here we talk about what are some key things to keep on hand in case of an emergency - at home or on the run!

Gillian Lee

21.08.2019

First Aid

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Respect the Transition Time
Like all dogs, greyhounds take work. You can not and should not just welcome your new hound home, drop the leash, sit back and expect a perfect dog. Here are some tips and background to respecting the transition.

Gillian Lee

18.08.2019

Behavioural

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