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I think this is an informative post and it is very useful and knowledgeable. therefore, I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article.
I'm a dog lover and extremely fond of the Greyhound breed. I'm considering bringing one home to be a part of my family of one (me). I raised two of the most beautiful Akitas from pups until I lost them 6 and 8 years ago. Cancer in dogs and humans is just awful. In researching breeds that I think are most suitable to bring into my life at this point and looking forward, the Greyhound is at the top of my list. Through my research I ran across your site. It's obvious that you have put a lot time and effort into the site and looks like you do the same for your dogs. I'm impressed. Your "kids" are absolutely beautiful. I'd love to know more about your breeding program, your babies and how I may possibly become a part of this greyhound family. I hope to be in touch with you real soon. Evelyn
O-MI-GOSH!!!!! What a bunch of beautiful babies!!!! And how nice to have so many GIRLS!! Your Doobie is certainly an over-achiever!! Give her a big kiss from her brother's co-owner!!! Anxious to see more pictures...What a yummy group of colors! (You KNOW I;m partial to the partis!)
--Lots of Love, Carol & the Sheffield Whippets
Your greys are superb!! Wonderful work.
I miss my uncle's white greyhound, Shamen (passed on from old age). He was a rescued retired racing grey and was so sweet. He and I used to go for walks, runs, and to the park. His personality and confidence just grew as he and I bonded. He was a treasure of a dog.
Thank you for doing such a fine job of representing this regal breed!
Hey There Kim and Colin,
Just checking in to the site, as I do from time to time.
I enjoy seeing the beautiful new puppies as you publish the photos of the litters.
I also realized I have never written you a testimonial for our Fergus, Windrock's American Flyer.
So belated, but heartfelt nonetheless, here goes....
I have to start by telling you how completely this boy has taken over our lives. He has become the constantly sweet and loving, funny, intelligent, quirky and consistently good natured center of our household. I wouldn't exactly say we have spoiled him- he continues to be disciplined and obedient, responsive to commands and cooperative in all ways but the clandestine napping on the sofa, usually on the fur laprug that he seems to think was purchased exclusively for him- but I would say we have spoiled each other.
I have never met a more focused dog. He is a true companion. Whether riding in the car to run errands or going to my sculpture studio where there are few soft surfaces, he would rather be with me than wait in the comfort of the house.
A good walk/run everyday, a generous amount of pats and praise and a lap to lay his head in at the end of the day and he is a happy beast.
Surprisingly i realize he is now 3.5 years old. He arrived completely house trained ( he has never had an accident in our house), walked on a lead beautifully, ( will heel well most times but still would occasionally like to be a head out in front), and still to this day sometimes won't enter the tiled kitchen w/o pausing. ( good Fritzler home training)
But what totally charms us, and many who meet him for the first time, is the quick and easy way he can make your day by the gigantic smile he gives you each morning on first seeing you. The lips pull back, the head turns to the side and he just grins, literally from ear to ear, in delight.
When walking in public it never fails that someone will stop and ask " is THAT a greyhound? I've never seen one.....
so big. and powerful looking
with such a beautiful deep chest...
Meanwhile, seemingly oblivious, he takes it all in, sits ( which also surprises them) and waits patiently to be admired, and then as we continue on, he seems to put a little extra style in his prance. The neck arches and the head rises, looking neither left nor right, the front paws reach and extend out slightly to the side before they are placed just so- like a Lippazaner stallion - or a runway model walking the walk- and the back legs almost spring as they stride forward and back. It's really a thing of grace to behold.
and like so much else about this true thoroughbred- it makes me smile.
I can't thank you enough for trusting us to raise one of your creations.
It has been, and I hope will conitue to be for many years, a pleasure.
Hi There, Kim and Colin!
Just had to congratulate you on your beautiful puppies!
Looking forward to seeing their pictures as they grow...You're so good about posting the pups' pix, Kim!
Miss you both...Love to you and all the beautiful hounds!
ROTFL!! Love the additon of favorite phots and the updated humor page!! You have the most beautiful greyhounds and thank you for helping the ex racers. More breeders should be like you. Two thumbs way way up!
Loved the websited and the abundance of information you provide about the breed. Keep up the good work! I would love to hear more about the planned litters for this year!
Anne & Family