Greyhound Medical Information

Posted on Nov 7, 2014 in Greyhound Information

Greyhound Medical Information

Greyhounds have a unique physiology that can largely be attributed to their breed
history as sighthounds and as a racing breed. They have developed enlarged muscle
mass, hemoconcentrated blood, lengthened carpal/tarsal and metacarpal/metatarsal bones, and a heightened sense of sight to help accommodate these evolutionary challenges.

Please Click Here to download the full Greyhound Health Packet (made available through Greyhound Adoption of Ohio, Inc. by William E. Feeman III, DVM.)