People stop me on the street. I’m asked question after question in the store. Athletic good looks and a sweet personality draw plenty of attention. To my dogs, that is. I’m a Greyhound owner. Since 2012, I have been an active member of the Greyhound community, first as an adopter, and then, as a volunteer. I work most often with Nittany Greyhounds, though you can also find me moonlighting with friends and their galgos at SAGE (Save a Galgo Español).
Greyt Adventures is a lifestyle blog. Yes, you read that right. To own a Greyhound is to make a lifestyle choice. That lifestyle can be as relaxed or as involved as you choose. For me, Greyhounds are companions, family members, and participants in my social life and hobbies. On this blog, you’ll find commentary on dog training, Greyhound goodies, adoption events, and social gatherings.
What you won’t find is commentary on racing. This blog is racing neutral. We are each entitled to our own opinions on the industry. Debate regarding the racing industry should be taken to other, more appropriate forums. Anti-racing and pro-racing discussions will be removed from Greyt Adventures. There are plenty of forums where you can express these views, and I encourage you to engage in constructive debate on any one of those.
Please also remember that all content on this blog is my personal point of view. This blog’s content does not constitute veterinary or professional advice. Always consult with a veterinarian regarding proper care of your dog. If you need training advice, the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, and the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants all offer a number of helpful resources, including directories of certified dog trainers.
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