Greyhounds can be prone to certain health issues, such as hip dysplasia and bloat. Regular vet check-ups and a healthy diet can help prevent these issues.
Greyhounds have a high prey drive and may not get along with smaller pets, such as cats or rabbits. Proper introductions and supervision are important.
Greyhounds are known for their speed, but they actually require less exercise than most people think. A daily walk and some playtime in a fenced area is usually enough.