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If this turns out to be the case with the dog you have selected, you should at least receive the latest inoculation record. And, as with choosing any dog, look for clear eyes, a clean nose and no obvious signs of illness or injury. Broken legs, broken toes and pulled ligaments are not uncommon injuries in the racing world. Some dogs recover fully from such ailments, while others may be left with a limp ranging from slight to pronounced. Some injuries can be corrected by surgery. If such a handicap is a minor flaw to you, then I encourage you to select one of these deserving Greyhounds, as most potential adopters, and, sadly, many adoption groups, will overlook dogs with any defects.
Will the day-to-day care of an animal prove too taxing? Is it likely that in a few years you might have to move into an assisted living facility or nursing home? Needless to say, if you are a senior citizen and decide to get a dog, you should not get a young one. Many pets over the age of six or seven are in excellent health, need less exercise, and are already well-versed with the ins and outs of being a good companion. How are you fixed financially? The fee for adopting a dog is nothing compared to the lifetime of expenses you will incur.
Generally the females range from 50 to 60 pounds and the males from 65 to 75 pounds. Obviously a Greyhound, even a relatively small one, is going to take up more room than, say, a Fox Terrier. The largest male we ever placed was Conor, whose racing weight was 105 pounds. The smallest female was Wee Wicked, whose weight was 40 pounds. Both dogs represent the extreme, not the average. Greyhounds are, however, graceful dogs that seem to know how to tuck themselves into small spaces. Most people who see a Greyhound for the first time consider them huge, but after a while they get used to their size and realize that Greyhounds are basically all legs!