New Dogs Arrived - More Coming Soon!
When you adopt a greyhound you save the lives of two, the one you take
home and the one you've made room for in one of our foster
WELCOME TO ALL OF OUR VISITORS!
Are you seriously considering greyhound adoption? This is a wonderful
place to start…by ooh’ing and ahhh’ing
over these magnificent animals.
Please keep in mind that this listing is a partial glimpse of the
available greyhounds looking for their comfy couch. Their profiles
consist of preliminary information and can change after they are in
foster care. Our Placement Coordinator has the most up-to-date
information and has the responsibility of matching greyhound to family.
If you have any questions about our adoption procedure, please contact
our Placement Coordinator, Christine Guth, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
greyhound adoption does not fall into the “doggy in the
window” category. There is a lot more to greyhound placement
than falling in love with their photograph or the brief description
on a picture for a larger view.
||JOKER –Joker is a brindle male who was born March 2010 Joker is 70 lbs. He is very playful and active. Joker loves to take long naps in the sun.
||KNOME –Knome& is a 3 year old, 60 Lb. Faun colored female who just loves to “Fluff and Cover”. She walks well on a leash, but has a high prey drive so she is not for a family with cats. She likes to be around other Greyhounds and other larger dogs. She does short length steps well, but full 2nd story ones will take time. She injured her back in her last race Jan 2014 and was treated, but currently still needs to be lifted into a vehicle and does not seem to fully enjoy car travel or tightly packed crowds.. Although she will probably have a permanent limp, she is good with children and is a very loving dog. Knome would love to get her forever family soon.
||MEAD – Mead aka Missy is 6 years old and has a healed broken leg and has not had any issues with recovery. She is cute, sweet and funny! She enjoys being with her foster family who have another greyhound. She is not going to be able to live with small animals including cats. Mead is working on all this new "retirement" stuff including trying to take a nap in every corner of her foster families house. She can't believe how many stuffy toys she gets to play with..