By Cynthia A. Branigan
Very good and informative.
However, the 'as new' reproduction of the ebook I acquired used to be written in and the textual content was once highlighted in numerous locations.
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Most racing Greyhounds are born on farms in the Midwest and in Florida. Bitches that have been bred are kept in special brooding kennels away from the other dogs. A few hours before she gives birth, the bitch makes an elaborate nest in her brooding box. Greyhounds are known for their keen maternal instincts, and rarely will a bitch reject her litter. Some bitches are still producing litters at 10 to 12 years of age, although humane treatment would suggest an earlier retirement from motherhood. At birth, Greyhound puppies look like any other little dogs, and it is not until they are about three months of age that the distinctive long legs and long muzzle develop.
45 ADOPTING THE RACING GREYHOUND bark. Pretty soon the entire racing compound would be awake and barking. Racing dogs need their rest, so, as strange as it may seem, the music is always on. FEEDING Food is extremely important in a racing kennel, both in quantity and quality. Racing Greyhounds have what is known as a set weight, which is basically the weight at which they look good and run well. Maintaining that weight is an art and a science, and there are as many different opinions on how to achieve it as there are racing kennels.
CHOOSING AN ADOPTION AGENCY Now that you have made a list of the traits you are looking for in a Greyhound, how do you decide which of the many groups that are out there can be trusted to help you make this important, lifetime commitment to a dog? My advice is, just as the adoption group should interview you, you should interview the group. ). What can be superior, however, is a group’s experience, their care in making matches, their post-adoption support and their ability to do it all cheerfully and responsibly.
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