Just walking a greyound makes you look ten pounds thinner. Really.
Okay, maybe not really, but walking is good for your health, good for the greyhound, and good for the cause of greyhound adoption.
Most greys adapt to walking for pleasure faster than you can clip the leash onto the collar. This means you have an attractive partner dedicated to your healthy habits, or to assist your New Year’s resolution to take better care of yourself.
Greys don’t need huge amounts of exercise in retirement, but walking is a good opportunity to give your grey some social time beyond the fences of your own backyard. Walks become something you’ll both look forward to and keep your grey physically content.
Too many people still don’t believe these racing dogs are mellow at heart. Walking your greyhound is good advertising for adoption programs. When your neighbors see you on an easygoing walk with one of these gorgeous retirees, they’ll see the truth.
Walking with a greyhound is a fun, unique venture for all parties. A greyhound is an unforgettable silhouette, and walking regularly will improve your own silhouette.
Your affection for the greyound and your physical effort is the perfect combination of endorphins to boost mood and fitness for both you and the dog.
Trust me, I’ve been doing this for years.
Live the adventure!