Doberman vs Greyhound – Pet Guide | Funny Pet Videos

Doberman vs Greyhound – Pet Guide | Funny Pet Videos

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  1. Most of what you said about Greyhounds is correct however they need relatively LITTLE exercise compared with other dogs. Often because they race, people perceive them as a high energy dog. This is not the case, they are honestly asleep for most of the day.

  2. Several whippets and Italian greyhounds in this video. Don’t think you actually know how to identify a Greyhound or even know that an whippets, Italian greyhound and greyhound are all entirely different breeds

  3. I wish you would have shown dobermans without their ears and tail cut. That’s a stupid trend to make them look mean that is painful for them and needs to STOP!! They are beautiful dogs with their original ears and tail. I can’t believe people still do this so much.

  4. what is it when ppl do videos on the greyhound they put footage of italian greyhounds and whippets (They’re the smaller ones). The difference is easily spottable! Come on people! They’re completely different breeds with different mannerisms

  5. If you make a video about Greyhounds, maybe you should do your research first? I don’t mean to offend you in any way, there are only a couple of things I noticed :
    First, your video includes Italian Greyhounds and Whippets, which may belong to the Sighthound family but are not Greyhounds. The "English" Greyhound is its own breed.
    I’ve been owning Irish ex-racing hounds for a long time now. I have never had a dog that required a lot of exercise, not even the young ones. They are perfectly happy with walkies of about 20 min twice a day. My actual pair of boys don’t even bother to run in a dog park.
    The breeds prey drive depends on the dog and what it was used for. Usually ex-racing dogs will have a high prey drive.
    My older one comes from the track and is learning not to hunt cats. And he does protect the yard, though Greyhounds are not known for being guard or watch dogs. The younger one was a courser and has no prey drive at all.
    Coursing Greyhounds tend to be heavier and bigger than racing greyhounds, though the difference is not that much. My courser stands at 81 cm at the shoulder and weighs about 40kg, while the racer stands at 76 cm and weighs around 37kg.

  6. Moin moin =)
    BIG THANKS to you.
    I’m the whatcher from Germany. I ask for the Doberman/pinscher.
    I really enjoyed and learned much from this video =)
    Thank you very much and greetings from Germany

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