Do Italian Greyhounds need special collars?
Italian Greyhounds require a special collar because the sleek shape of their heads makes it easy for them to back out of a regular collar or harness. A martingale collar or limited choke collar will tighten as a dog pulls, making the collar too small for the dog to slip out of.
What kind of collar is best for Italian Greyhound?
As Italian Greyhounds have narrow heads that aren’t much wider than their necks people often recommend buying a martingale collar. A martingale collar is a special type of collar that is supposed to prevent dogs from slipping out of their collars.
Are Italian Greyhounds OK with cats?
Although generally compatible with children, Italian greyhounds tend to shun rambunctious child’s play. They typically get along with cats and other dogs of similar size.
Do greyhounds need a special collar?
As one of the oldest and fastest of breeds, the greyhound has special needs when it comes to its collar. Greyhounds are graceful, lean and beautiful with a long, powerful neck. Because a greyhounds neck is larger than it head, it requires the use of a sight hound collar or martingale collar when on leash.
Are Italian Greyhounds skittish?
Italian Greyhounds are great at socializing with people, though they can become either skittish or shy if their owners overprotect or “baby” them. Although mostly a quiet, gentle, keen breed that wants nothing more than to please you, it can be prone to sudden bursts of energy.
Should greyhounds have a collar or harness?
Please note that the majority of greyhounds are well mannered on a lead and require nothing more than a greyhound collar (plus muzzle until your greyhound is 100% reliable) to walk them safely and easily.
Can Italian greyhounds wear a collar?
Collars and Harnesses Because Italian Greyhounds have a head that is generally smaller than their neck, it is easy for them to slip out of a regular collar. All experienced breeders will tell you that the only way to keep an Italian Greyhound safe outdoors is with a Martingale collar or a harness.
Do Greyhounds and cats get along?
Greyhounds and most dogs of any breed aren’t good with outside, free roaming cats, no matter how cat tolerant they may be indoors. We warn adopters that their greyhound should NEVER be loose outside with any cat no matter how safe they may be with cats indoors.
Are Martingale collars good for Italian Greyhounds?
We also provide a wide selection of martingales, which are perfect for Italian Greyhounds because they prevent your dog from backing out with their smaller skulls. They are also useful if you are training a pup or if your dog pulls too much.