The Greyador looks like someone took a picture of a Greyhound and photoshopped a Labrador Retriever's head onto their body. Funnily enough, there's a good reason that Greyadors resemble those two breeds so much; you see Greyadors actually are part Greyhound and part Lab, genetically speaking. So the reason these dogs have the lithe and slender bodies of Greyhounds while also having a slimmed down version of a Lab's head is that they are hybrids. Greyadors were bred with the intent of possessing the best traits of both of their parent breeds. As a result, these dogs can learn to excel in many of the same kinds of activities that their parents can.
One of the big reasons humans and dogs get along so well is that both species tend to bring out the best in one another. The Greyador is a dog that's very spry and active, meaning that the sorts of activities you'll have to do with this dog will bring out your inner athlete. Beyond that, Greyadors are very perceptive and amicable dogs, meaning that they'll also help bring out the best version of yourself in terms of your mental and social ability. Caring for a Greyador is an experience that's bound to take you out of your comfort zone but to your benefit, as opposed to your detriment, as you'll have to adapt and grow as a person with this kind of dog.