901-382-1950
Stage Road Animal Hospital is a species limited practice that concentrates on the conditions, diseases, and preventive health care of the canine and feline species.
The Staff at SRAH are pet owners and we identify with your desire to provide your loved ones with quality medical and surgical care.
Greyhounds
Greyhound Diseases

Autoimmune
  • Anemia
  • Periodontitis
  • Onchodystophy
  • Lupus
  • Penphigus Vulgaris
  • Bleeding Disorders
  • Platelet Factor III

Kennel Sickness
  • Viral
  • Bacterial
  • Stress
  • Food Allergy
  • Autoimmune

Corneal Conditions
  • Embedded Foreign Body ie: Sand
  • Pannus

Toxic Shock Syndrome/Vasculitis
  • Cutaneous Eruptions
  • Gram Positive and Negative Bacterial Infections/Toxins
  • Common Name (Shorter Rot)

IVD
  • Cervical most common in Greyhounds, about the only large breed
  • IV Disc-Lumbar
  • Spinal Stenosis in elderly

Skin Conditions
  • Greyhound Comedone Syndrome ( Blackheads )

Flea Bite Dermatitis- a severe reaction to antigens in flea saliva that is depicted by both immediate and delayed hypersensitivity. Constant flea control is necessary in Greyhounds to prevent this allergy

Allergic Inhalant Dermatitis (Atopy)
Greyhounds are affected less frequently than most large breed dogs, but when affected it is usually quite severe.

Common allergies are: 
  • Food Allergy
  • Trees, grasses, smut, weeds, etc.
  • Indoor Antigens (Kapok, Feathers, House dust, etc.)
  • Flowering Shrubs

Less Common Conditions
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Otitis Externa, Greyhounds have less ear problems than most large breed dogs

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If you are interested in adopting a Greyhound please visit the Mid-south Greyhound Adoption website.
Dusty - Available for adoption since Feb 2014
Kendra - Available for adoption since May 2014
Tex - Available for adoption since Jan 2014