Greyhounds are a breed of dog that are known for their slender, athletic build and their ability to run fast. They have a short, smooth coat that is typically grey, black, or brindle in color. Greyhounds are generally gentle, intelligent, and loyal dogs, and they make excellent companions for people of all ages.
Greyhounds have a long history as hunting dogs, and they were originally bred for chasing and bringing down game such as hares and deer. They are still used for racing today, and they are known for their speed and endurance. However, greyhounds are not typically aggressive dogs, and they tend to be very calm and easy-going in nature.
In addition to being great pets, greyhounds are also used as therapy dogs and in search and rescue operations. They are highly adaptable and can thrive in a variety of environments, as long as they receive the exercise and attention they need.
Overall, greyhounds are intelligent, athletic, and affectionate dogs that make great companions for people who are willing to provide them with the exercise and attention they need.
Both the image, and the article were generated from simply asking an AI to produce them. In fact the AI even chose the name for the article. While not particularly exceptional, I’ve seen much worse output from humans.
The image is by Stable-Diffusion, the words by ChatGPT.
There is a reason the dogs are required to wear a plastic muzzle at the GAP runs – if they get a bit boisterous, as here, there is much less chance of injury. Greyhounds have very thin skin that tears easily, which can be costly in vet bills. Vulcan has had to be patched up twice since we’ve had him, just from accidents that wouldn’t affect other breeds to the same extent.
In this photo, about 3 dogs are being a bit exuberant, you can even see the spittle flying from the black and white one. Interesting that some dogs have an attitude problem, while others just go with the flow.
Raro and Vulcan were working today, meeting the public at the Eastbourne Carnival. Really crappy morning weather turned out really nice in the afternoon, with many more people about. The greyhounds always attract a lot of interest and people were … Continue reading →