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  1. #13
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    Default Great job

    that is a lovely clip. I once saw a Greyhound with that kind of thick coat. It was black and white. Again some breeds do have legitimate throw backs but I am more inclined to think something visited somebody a while back.

    So what blade did you use, forward or reverse? I'll bet the owner was very pleased.
    Money will buy you a pretty good dog but it won't buy the wag of it's tail.

  2. #14
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    She sure looked much better and I said to the owners that maybe she will run faster now she is a bit lighter lol. I have not doubt she is purebred as she is a classic greyhound type and she races officially, her last race she came 2nd so I am going to look out for her as she races again on Wednesday. I used a #9 in reverse and it left a few tracks where I struggled over her ribs and muscles but nothing too obvious.
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  3. #15
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    Clown

    okay I have to ask this. Why do greyhounds always have basket muzzles on?

  4. #16
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    LOL Pink

    Quote Originally Posted by shaggy_dog View Post
    okay I have to ask this. Why do greyhounds always have basket muzzles on?
    So they wont eat the fake bunny rabbits?????? giggles,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggy_dog View Post
    okay I have to ask this. Why do greyhounds always have basket muzzles on?

    its the law in many places. Here in australia ,even pet greyhounds must wear muzzles. They have a very high prey drive ,incredible eyesight,and even greater speed,so it really is safest thing for everyone. They may be the sweetest dogs ,but if they see a chihuahua,maltese or cat zooming about,its fair game! The same dog may well sleep with a cat at home,but when its at a distance ,moving fast,the greyhound just cant help itself!
    I really like geryhounds and have had 3 ex-racers as pets.

  6. #18
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    Great groom.

    From what I have heard about the muzzles, is just a protection for the other dogs. They get excited while racing and having the muzzle on protects everyone. I could be wrong but that is what I've heard.
    "There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face."
    Diane

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