I volunteer at a greyhound rescue just outside of Seattle. Right now, we have about 24 hounds at the kennel, all available for adoption. We recently received some new hounds from overseas, and today was the first time I got to meet them. I was not, however, expecting to meet the glorious great dane puppy in Run Number 12. Yep, you read that right. A Great Dane!
Whether you’re a seasoned greyhound parent or are considering adopting a greyhound for the first time, there are a few things you should ask yourself:
1. Does everyone in your family want a greyhound?
You are not just adopting a dog, you are bringing a new family member into your home. Everyone should WANT a greyhound as part of the family.