A dogs hearing is 10 times more sensitive than a humans so the sound of fireworks during this time of the year can cause even the calmest pet to take off running.

If you’re thinking of taking your dog outside to watch the fireworks with you…
Think again! You and your dog will have a much more enjoyable evening if you leave the dog at home.

Plus, wherever there are fireworks displays, there are usually people setting off their own personal fireworks — including sparklers and firecrackers. Aside from the danger associated with your dog being in the wrong place at the wrong time (dogs & fire simply don’t mix), the mass hysteria, loud noises and repeated flashes of light are likely to have a traumatic effect on your dog.

Whatever you do… don’t leave your dog in the car!

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Fire & OllieGreyhounds are referred to as the 45 mile-an- hour couch potato.  From this photo you see why.

People are concerned that greyhounds require so much daily exercise that they wouldn’t make a good pet for them.  As you can see  something comfortable to lay on is much more important to these skinny dogs.

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This YouTube video is such a sweet tribute to the greys and many of us like to view it.  Let us know what you think.

The Race – Team Greyhound Adoption of Ohio

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