If you live with an ex-racing greyhound or a sighthound, you may have noticed that your dog has some particular traits or quirks that may leave you feeling baffled.
I am Susan McKeon and one of my passions is working with sighthounds and, in particular, helping greyhounds adjust to life post-racing.
I am a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist, and widely recognised as an expert in greyhound & sighthound behaviour, having worked with sighthound clients in the UK, Europe and USA.
Just like humans, dogs can become bored and go ‘self-employed’! It could be said that: “The devil finds work for idle paws and jaws!” (to put a spin on a well-known phrase).
Our dogs don’t destroy things or exhibit behaviours we don’t like out of spite! Rather than intentionally breaking the rules, dogs tend to form habits they enjoy.
If you’d rather your dog formed habits you like, why not download my free ‘Boredom Busters’ e-book!
There is a lot of dog training advice on the Internet; some of it good and some of it not so good. But how do you know what is good advice and what isn’t?
As a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist and accredited dog trainer, I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and helping dog guardians better understand their dogs. Why not check out my range of FREE resources providing practical, and ethical, training and behaviour advice which cover many common training questions.
Advice & Resources
Specialist Expertise with Ex-Racing Greyhounds
I am passionate about helping greyhounds adjust to life post-racing. I have extensive knowledge and experience of working with and training ex-racing greyhounds, and have a range of FREE resources on some of the most common training and behaviour questions about these retired athletes.
Free Training Advice & Resources
If you’re looking for some general training advice, why not check my our free advice leaflets and resources.