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Whippet X Greyhound

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I think a greyhounds feet are tight when people say a greyhounds feet aren't any good I think they mean they get knocked up easily not that they are flat

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Collie have flatter type feet than greyhounds I find.

Keep the nails trimmed and walk it few miles a day on concrete.

If they are really bad and cause feet to be injured don't breed.

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Collie have flatter type feet than greyhounds I find.

Keep the nails trimmed and walk it few miles a day on concrete.

If they are really bad and cause feet to be injured don't breed.

Just through interest would you put up some photos of your dogs feet/nails.

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Whippet x greyhound are untrainable. No brains

I agree , mine would sit and stay on voice commands,hand signals and the whistle ... But I couldn't get the thing to roll over or play dead

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Collie have flatter type feet than greyhounds I find.

Keep the nails trimmed and walk it few miles a day on concrete.

If they are really bad and cause feet to be injured don't breed.

Just through interest would you put up some photos of your dogs feet/nails.
ye no probs. I will post a picture in the next hour.

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Whippet x greyhound are untrainable. No brains

Lol more brains than you by a sound's of it

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hi my whippet greyhound has feet are like the greyhound not tight like the whippet how can i get better feet with breeding form her

Real tight feet ain't all they are cracked up to be. Look at dogs bred to run dry stony ground and you'll find hare feet not cat feet.

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