Breed Review: Greyhound (19 Pics)

#19 They hunt with greyhounds in flat steppe terrain and in the fields.

Forest, groves, rocky ridges are potentially dangerous places for the breed. Developing a breakneck speed at the start, the Greyhound cannot maneuver between rocks and trees and invariably collides with obstacles. Such "tests" end in a deplorable way for the dog - the animal suffers injuries incompatible with life or remains crippled.

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