Hi, I have adopted two rescue greyhounds from Spain (galgos). Obviously, I don't 'work' them so they aren't working dogs...in fact it's difficult to find a place to let them off safely so they just get long walks most of the time. Rupert is now about 3 and Freya about 4. Rupert is very tall for a galgo and I think his metabolism is very fast. He is busybusybusy, easily excited and eats like nothing I have ever seen before (we have to give it to him in a 'slow down' bowl and even then in three portions). He seems to be always on the look-out and you can't leave a scrap anywhere. Freya is smaller, shyer and picky. I had great trouble settling their stomachs when they arrived - tried several, and found that the best thing was to soak the dried food because otherwise it seems to go straight through Rupert. Their tummies are now more settled. Lately I have been trying Wainwrights (as it was a reasonable price I'm afraid, although not exactly cheap), but I think Rupert has lost a bit of weight and it could have been a false economy. Greyhounds are typically skinny but he seems to be always hungry and is looking a bit bonier than usual. I have come to the conclusion that Wainwright's is probably junk. So back to the drawing board. I bought a small bag of Canagan today to see if they like it (Rupert likes anything) But it is very expensive - although the girl in the store assured me he would need less of it, so it might be comparable. However, I am wondering if the higher protein content will make him even more lively/exicitable. What do you think? He also seems to have a very 'scurfy' skin. Is there anybody who could recommend a good one that isn't going to cost a fortune? I have wondered about raw... but do you also have to add veg and additives? I work and don't have time to do a lot of extra cooking, nor do I have a freezer or space for one. Also, I wondered how you rate the foods here...what do you base it on? Thanks very much in advance.