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'Caring for my Rescued Greyhound'
by Jenny Stott
Greyhound Book

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Comments:

I wanted to thank you for the superb book which looks full of all the things I am looking for about my Greyhound who I bought home with me four weeks ago - Roger from Lincolnshire.

Thank you for receipt of your book   It is just the advice I need at the moment   Simple, to the point and relevant.  I have recently taken in to our home a retired male 2 year old greyhound to join our two Jack Russells and your book is good - Hilary from Staffordshire.

71 pages of useful tips and information about caring for your rescued Greyhound. Produced by Jenny Stott who has fostered and rehomed in excess of 250 Greyhounds since July 2004

Subjects covered:
As a new Greyhound owner
A few simple things to remember
The first few days
Leadership
  What is leadership?
Why is leadership so important?
What is a pack?
Turning a pack into a team
Leadership in a pack of dogs
Leadership in a pack of humans and animals
Strengths and weaknesses of an owner
Ways to improve your leadership skills
Born to run and bred to chase
Walking your Greyhound
  The importance of walking your Greyhound
What is a structured walk?
House Training

General
Telling us they want to go out
The odd accident
Accidents during the night
Cleaners
Submissive, Fear and Excited Urination

Health and Physical Care

General
Anaesthetics
Lifting a Greyhound
Oral hygiene
Tooth brushing
Injuries
Joints and Circulation
Bald patches
Diet and feeding
Dental Care
Inoculations, Fleas, Ticks and Worms
Warmth
Heatstroke

Diet and Feeding

New Greyhounds
Speed of eating
Food additives
Feed less than 20% protein
How often and quantity
Ideal weight and overweight
Fish Oils
Dried Pigs Ears
Feeding Bowls
Warning - Bloat

Comfort

Beds and bedding
Warmth and coats

Greyhounds with Children
  Teaching them to respect
Approaching a strange dog
Greyhounds with Cats
Fears and Anxieties

Going to a new home
Meeting People
Phobias
Chewing
Fight, Flight and Confusion
Traffic
Separation Anxiety
Nervous Dogs
Choosing a boarding kennel

Teaching Basic Commands
  Includes:
General Training, No, Back, Stay, Wait, Walk on, Come, Leave, Sit, Go Down, Stand, Off, Up / Jump, This way, Side, Side and stay, Go to Bed
Teaching Recall
If your Greyhound won't come back -
  FIVE things to remember.
 
 
 
 
 





























 

 

 

 

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