Today’s Wednesday Wisdom is bringing you another busted myth from our pals at Greyhound Facts to help expand your greyhound racing knowledge, whether you are an experienced greyhound racing spectator or are new to the sport.
Myth: The first time greyhounds see other dog breeds is when they are adopted and become pets.
Fact: It’s a misconception that greyhounds have never seen other dog breeds until they are adopted. Greyhounds are often raised on farms with other dog breeds as well as other animals such as horses.
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