Greyhounds can thrive in social households that have plenty of love to give and the time and energy to socialise them. If not socialised early and thoroughly, Greyhounds might become timid and have trouble adapting to new environments.
Once they become comfortable with their surroundings, these friendly pups have no difficulty becoming best friends with other dogs and animals. Although Greyhounds can be shy initially, they tend to love human company and are highly affectionate and intelligent pets that know how to give and receive love.
Despite being great sprinters, they have low endurance and tend to tire out quicker than other breeds. For this reason, Greyhounds might be better suited for living in apartments and smaller houses than other dogs of a similar size. However, they still need to be taken out for regular walks and visits to the park to keep them active, burn off extra energy, and interact with other dogs.