The long, lean greyhound "may not appear particularly cuddly," but that "on the general, they are incredibly friendly dogs,".
Greyhounds as a breed are notoriously toothless, so he advises anybody interested in adopting one to pay careful attention to the dog's dental hygiene.
They're pretty friendly small dogs.They build significantly deeper bonds with their owners than other terriers.
Physically, they are generally quite healthy; however, he does point out that there are certain problems and that it is helpful to know the dog's pedigree.
A "wonderful disposition," but he acknowledges that it's a "niche option, there aren't a lot of them around."
The medium-sized Hungarian wire-haired vizsla made the vet's list, yet not everyone is acquainted with it.
I really believe they make great pets and family dogs, he adds. They are kind, loving, devoted, and hilarious.
Labs, like the other dogs on the list, are predisposed to certain health concerns; in this instance, joint and eye disorders.
The "mongrel," refers to a mixed-breed dog that is not readily distinguished as one particular breed or another.
But what you do get is a dog with more genetic variety and less susceptibility to hereditary disorders because of the reduced inbreeding.