Your greyhound will want to sleep in your room at night, but do not invite him to share your bed. Provide a soft, fluffy dog bed and he’ll settle down and sleep through the night. If he does wake you by pacing or whining, take him outside. He may be telling you his stomach is upset…consider this an urgent request that should not be ignored.
Don’t invite your dog on the furniture unless you want to share your space for the next ten to twelve years. Provide several soft, fluffy beds for your greyhound in different areas of the house. Greyhounds can’t rest on hard surfaces because they don’t have long fur or fat to cushion their joints.