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Adopting a Greyhound

Calm and docile, greyhounds are rarely noisy and are always ready to chill out with you during your downtime. On the other hand (or paw), if you want to hit the switch for a high-energy walk or activity, greyhounds boast streamlined bodies that enable them to run with top speeds around 70 kilometres an hour! Sessions of fetch have never been so fast and fun.

You may be wondering what the ‘zoomies’ situation is like when you take a greyhound home, and you may be thinking “how is this the fastest dog I’ve ever seen?”

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