Greyhounds are an intelligent and affectionate breed. Although people associate them with their speed, retired racing greyhounds tend to be big couch potatoes and are calm-natured. They’re patient with small children, generally get along well with other pets, and rarely bark. Their overall level of shedding is low. They adapt quickly to new environments and settle into homes in a short period of time. For larger dogs, they have a long lifespan—on average living to 10-13 years.

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When you adopt a racing greyhound, there are a few things you can do to make the transition easier:

More tips are included in the external links of the site.

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