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Caring - Theft


Another strange anomaly is that so many greyhounds are unwanted, yet they are one of the breeds at greatest risk of being stolen. Never leave your greyhound tied up outside a shop - or in an insecure car.

Never leave him in the car in an unshaded spot on even a mild sunny day. The temperature rises quickly - all dogs can die in hot cars and greyhounds will succumb more rapidly than most.

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