Other restraint methods
Tying up a greyhound is another common method of restraint.
Other restraints can be used when restraining the greyhound when using a collar or holding a leg is not enough to keep the greyhound still.
In some situations the greyhound may need to be sedated.
To learn more about other restraint methods, work through the activities below.
Steps in tying up a greyhound
Did you know?
Most local government by-laws restrict the number of greyhounds that can be led by one person. The rules of racing also limits the number of greyhounds that can be led as well as the age of the handler.
In addition, greyhounds must wear a muzzle when in a public place. It is important for the image of racing that greyhounds are well controlled in a public place as well as at home.
After you have finished the activities click next to learn more about chemical restraints.