Super Sally has been inspected and the vet has decided that he wants to admit Super Sally to the vet clinic for observation. This means that:
- the transport vehicle will have to be checked and positioned in a safe place for loading
- Super Sally’s travel equipment has to be prepared
- we will have to review any likely problems which may occur while transporting Super Sally.
Many greyhounds are transported to a track every week for training but others may only travel infrequently and they may become car sick.
Some greyhounds become distressed when travelling. If they are on the way to a race they can’t be medicated so we need to ensure the vehicle is set up to make the journey as easy as possible and that the greyhound is in good health.
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Did you know?
The major threat to greyhounds while travelling is exposure to heat, cold or exhaust fumes.
Often greyhounds have to race soon after arriving at their destination so we need to make sure the trip is as trouble free as possible.
This means checking that the vehicle is in good repair and suitable for transporting greyhounds.
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