Originally developed for hunting small animals, Greyhounds have extremely sharp eyesight that can detect tiny animals from a distance, and they have the unrivaled speed that other breeds. can not match. Today, Greyhound maintains a hobby of hunting and can run faster than horses. Sprinting is a suitable sport to train the body for Greyhound. Instead of letting your greyhound participate in their unhealthy long-distance runs, you should only allow them to sprint a few times a week or once a day. If exercised regularly, Greyhounds will be healthy, happy and obedient pets.
Training Greyhound is quite an easy task, even for first-time dog owners because the breed is good at “from the ground” and is quick with the destiny of its owner. However, harsh training can cause psychological harm to sensitive creatures like Greyhound. Instead, use encouragement, gentle treatment, lots of encouragement and rewards and your dog will learn a lot faster.