Dock diving is the last water based activity that we feel is really worth giving a try. You'll essentially be prompting your dog to play fetch in the water, as you'll ask them to dive into a body of water so that they can chase after an item you've just tossed into it. Balls and dog toys are great items to use for this activity, as they're very buoyant and easy for your dog to bite onto while they're swimming.
Boating is one of the activities that your Galgo will be able to try out once they've learned how to swim. This activity is very chill and laid back as it consists of taking either a paddle boat or a motorboat out to sea, then simply sailing or rowing through the ocean while enjoying nature's splendor. Once your dog knows how to swim, take them along with you on a boating trip so that they can get in on the action as well. Of course, both of you must wear life vests.
Spanish Greyhounds aren't just graceful and nimble on land; the sleek shape of their bodies allow them to swim gracefully through the water once they've learned how. Once your Spanish Greyhound gets the fundamentals of swimming down, they'll also be able to participate in a wealth of water-based activities. We absolutely couldn't recommend this activity enough as it's a great way to beat the heat while also burning fat in the process.