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Greyhounds do equally well in both houses and apartments.

We're quiet, calm and, despite our size, we don't require or take up much space. GiNA does need permission from your landlord prior to placement in an apartment, however.

Regardless of your living situation, it's important to know that your new Greyhound may be unfamiliar with many common household elements like slippery floors and hard windows. And, although we're pretty darn smart, learning to deal with these things does take time and patience.