Diet

If your greyhound is retired / resting / injured, it stands to reason that they require less protein than those undergoing strenuous training, so you should gradually switch to RED MILLS Tracker.
 
Connolly’s RED MILLS Tracker has a protein content of 20%, which is suitable for retired / resting / injured greyhounds. If you are feeding dry, it is essential to have a fresh clean water supply available at all times.
 
Retired greyhounds make fantastic pets. They are intelligent and docile animals – and are unbelievably loyal. To care for a retired racer can be quite simple. They require a little exercise, a walk a day or access to a paddock where they can stretch their legs as they see fit.
 
Greyhounds are friendly, affectionate dogs that thrive on human companionship. If everyone is in one room, these loving animals will want to be involved and feel like they are part of the family.

Exercise and General Health 

Ensure that you monitor the health and wellbeing of your retired / resting / injured greyhound on a regular basis and seek veterinary advice if necessary. 
 
You should also make sure that worming is carried out regularly.

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