Greyhounds And Children

Greyhounds and Children

Greyhounds and Children

Most greyhounds have never seen a child until they leave the racetrack.  Children must know how to respect animals and give them their space.  Since greyhounds have been confined to their own crates and beds, they can be possessive of these areas.  Eating and sleeping have been very private times in the past for greyhounds, and children should be taught not to disturb them during these times.  Younger children may also not understand how important it is to the greyhound’s safety to shut gates and doors.

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