Greyhound(redirected from Greyhound exertional rhabdomyolysis)
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a tall dog with very lean body, a distinctive deep chest and small abdomen, slender legs, small head and ears, long, arched neck and long, slender tail. The coat is very short and of any solid or spotted color. The breed has been used for racing for over 5000 years.
see Greyhound cramp.
Greyhound exertional rhabdomyolysis
see exertional rhabdomyolysis.
an erosive arthritis, particularly affecting joints of the distal limbs, occurs in young Greyhounds. The cause is unknown.