What’s a less adoptable greyhound? When it comes to greyhound adoption, seniors, black, special needs, and male greyhounds are often overlooked. In this episode, find out why that is––we’ll also dispel many of the myths.
Bucket lists are for the living: a to-do list of experiences one wants to enjoy in his or her lifetime. Bucket lists aren’t just for people––they’re becoming more popular for dogs, too. In this episode, discover how you can start creating––and implementing––a bucket list for your greyhound. Plus, we give you twenty ideas to help get you started.
Check out Bring Fido, an international database of hotels, restaurants, and other venues where dogs are welcome.
Truly, the most difficult topic for us to cover and for you to hear: knowing when it’s time to let your greyhound go. In recognition of Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day (August 28), this episode explores the process of making an informed decision, what to expect during euthanasia, what happens after, and more.
For at-home euthanasia of your dog, ask your veterinarian for a referral. If s/he can not provide one, visit the In Home Pet Euthanasia Directory (USA, Canada, and UK).
August 22 is the Feast Day of Saint Guinefort, the only greyhound, and dog, for that matter, to have been bestowed with the holy title. In this episode, discover who Saint Guinefort was and what led to his sainthood.