They’re amazing dogs. And if you’re like most greyhound people, or if you’re considering adopting one, you probably have wondered many things about them. Where did they originate from? What do I need to know before adopting? How does fostering work? What can be done about separation anxiety?

About Greyhounds is the podcast where we’ll explore these and several other questions and you’ll discover the answers. We’ll also take you back in time to tell stories about greyhounds who made their marks on history.

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Podcast Episodes

Launched April 1, 2017 in celebration of Greyhound Adoption Month, episodes are dropped at least once per month. In addition to listening to episodes from this website, you can also listen on iTunes, Google Play, or anywhere else podcasts are available.

View titles of, and links to, all episodes in this series, listed by category.

  • Adoption
  • Health
  • Behavior
  • Safety
  • Fostering
  • Greyhounds Making a Difference
  • History and Other Stories
  • Travel
  • Arts and Entertainment
  • Events
  • Greysitting

Or, sit back and start listening in order of each episode date, starting with the latest.

Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe to About Greyhounds on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you download and listen to podcasts.

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The producers of the About Greyhounds podcast are dedicated to helping greyhounds and other dogs around the world get to safe, loving homes. Please consider donating to help our mission.

The About Greyhounds podcast is all-volunteer with all expenses donated by the host. Please consider making a donation, 100% of which will go to The Flying Dog Foundation, an organization committed to making a profound, positive difference in the lives of greyhounds and other dogs rescued from the meat trade and hunting dogs, such as galgos, podencos, and mastines, in Spain.


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Your Host

IMG_9681.JPGJacqueline Howard hosts and produces About Greyhounds. She is the President and Co-founder of The Flying Dog Foundation and a former trustee of a greyhound rescue organization. Along with her husband, Albert, Jacqueline adopted her first greyhound in 2000. The family fostered over 100 greyhounds and are active greyhound adoption advocates. By day, Jacqueline works as a writer for a Fortune 50 company and has authored books in the humorous fiction genre; one based on her late greyhound, Max, and others where greyhounds are included as important characters. And, of course, she loves greyhounds.

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