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Greyhound

Origin: Middle East

AKC Group: Hound

Height: 26 - 30 inches (Male)

Weight: 60 - 90 pounds (Male)

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Greyhounds are quiet, gentle and affectionate. Greyhounds are runners and that need lots of space to exercise. They're sometimes frightened by cars and city sounds, and sometimes aggressive with cats and small pets. Obedience training is recommended. Greyhounds can be difficult to housebreak.

Greyhounds are sight hounds. In general, most hounds are good-natured dogs that make loving companions if trained properly. Hounds are sometimes stubborn, though, so training may take a while.

Most hounds need rigorous physical exercise, so daily walks and runs are a must. Never let a hound off a leash unless it's in an enclosed area, because it will take off it picks up a scent. Hounds are barkers and howlers, and they're sometimes hard to housebreak.

Origin: 
Middle East
Male height: 
26 - 30 inches
Male weight: 
60 - 90 pounds
Coat: 
Hard and short.
Colors: 
White, gray, fawn, patched, and others. Eyes and nose are dark.
Special considerations: 
Greyhounds are highly sensitive to medication, including flea powder.
Disclaimer: 
Copyright by T.F.H. Publications, Inc. This document has been published with the intent to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter within. While every reasonable precaution has been taken in preparation of this document, the author and publisher expressly disclaim responsibility for any errors, omissions, or adverse effects arising from the use or application of the information contained herein. The techniques and suggestions are used at the reader's discretion.