Dogs That Can Be Left Alone

Dogs are fast becoming the household pet of choice. Statista published a record high of 471 million pet dogs globally in 2018, although it is believed that this number is far higher as not all dogs are registered. Certainly, since … Read More

A Guide To Low Sodium Dog Food

Like us, dogs need a healthy, well-balanced diet to give them the best shot at a long and active life. Most owners likely haven’t ever considered the sodium levels in their dog’s food but it is worth knowing more about … Read More

Where Can I Take My Dog in Prague?

Dogs on the streets of Prague seem as commonplace as people. Yet it is not often cited in the lists of top dog-friendly cities in the world. Possibly because it has not always had a tradition of being overly animal … Read More

Can Dogs Eat Bananas?

There is a lot of discussion about whether we should feed dogs “human” foods. Is it good for them or not? Well, the answer is ‘it depends’. A broadly accurate principle to follow is: if it’s good for humans, it’s … Read More

Are Retired Greyhounds Safe Around Children?

Greyhounds and Children Greyhound adoption organisations were established in the 1970’s out of concern for greyhounds once their racing careers were over. Supported by the greyhound industry, the Retired Greyhound Trust (commonly known as RGT) was founded in 1975 by … Read More

Greyhound Corns

Has your greyhound started walking with a limp but you cannot see anything obviously wrong? You don’t remember your greyhound twisting something when out playing or yelping out after bashing a leg? Does your greyhound tend to walk more comfortably … Read More

Do Greyhounds Need A Lot Of Exercise?

The 45mph Couch Potato Contrary to what many people may think, greyhounds do not need excessive amounts of exercise. Although they can reach speeds of up to 45mph, making them the Ferraris of the dog world, they are built for … Read More