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Caring - Feeding


This is one of the most difficult areas to advise on - many people already know how and what they want to feed their dog based on past experience. The huge range of food products on the market make the choice even more difficult. Greyhounds have fairly sensitive stomachs (though you may not believe this if you have a confirmed 'bin-raider'!) and some of the top quality tinned foods are too rich for them. It is generally accepted that they benefit from a small breakfast (ie cereal and some weak tea), in addition to the main meal of the day. The time will vary depending on your circumstances and routine.

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