Adoption

Watch for breeds/organizations to be added as time permits. This is a time consuming exercise, so we have started with the two we know best…

Greyhound Adoption

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An issue near to our hearts. It’s no secret that we are partial to Labs and Greyhounds.  Both breeds are easygoing, sweet, and relatively easy to live with as far as large dogs go. This is not to say that we do not appreciate all breeds – it’s just not possible to have one of each.

That said, there is something about Greyhounds that is different. Many Greyhound owners will tell you the same, and struggle for the words to define that difference when asked to do so. Words like sweet, kind, and gentle are often used in conversations about them. All are accurate. What really sticks with me, though, is a very real sense of innocence in the majority of these dogs.

This innocence is not something you glean from pictures or the written word. It is necessary to spend time in the presence of these noble, loving, and incredibly grateful animals in order to understand. That said, the objective of this undertaking is rather simple: to facilitate more meetings between Greyhounds and potential adopters. The best method we know is the sharing of information, and our first task starts with this thread.

Below you will find a list of links to rescue organizations. There are many sources of such links available online. Often, for political or philosophical differences, these lists exclude certain organizations in favor of others. While it is understandable that some in the animal rescue community do not see eye to eye, it is not our desire to judge individual rescue organizations. We simply hope to build the most comprehensive and up to date list of Greyhound rescue links available, politics aside. A big picture approach to an issue worthy of it.

Rarely do we ask anything from our readers – but in this case, we do ask this: if you know anyone with a Greyhound, please share this with them. They may have adopted from a great rescue org that just has not made it on to our list yet. Or perhaps the next person they pass this along to will offer up another worthy suggestion for the list. Watch the list grow in the coming days and weeks!

Help us to help these wonderful dogs if you have any information that may be beneficial. Please leave a comment with suggested links (you may do so easily and anonymously if you prefer). We’ll collect these links and continue to add them to the list. Links to articles on health and behavior will be added to this post as time permits, so please feel free to leave suggestions. If you hear of any organizations that have been found guilty of abuses, of course we would like to know. Please also let us know if you discover broken links – this list has been assembled quickly, in the wee hours of the night, under conditions of severe sleep deprivation. :)

Please help in any way that you are able. I know with certainty that these magnificent animals would thank you if they could.

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

 

California

 

Colorado

Connecticut

D.C.

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

(Served by groups in surrounding states)

Please submit your link.

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

 

New Mexico

 

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oklahoma

 

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

 

South Dakota

 

Please submit your link.

 

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

 

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Please submit your link.

International Rescue Links

 

Australia

 

Belgium

Brazil

 

Canada

France

Germany

 

Holland

 

Ireland

 

Italy

Korea

 

Netherlands

 

New Zealand

Scotland

 

United Kingdom

Labrador Rescue

America’s favorite breed has earned its standing with good reason. Labs are even tempered and good natured, athletic, rugged and loyal to a fault. And they are adventurous – they travel well and love new places and faces. Are they perfect? Nope. Be prepared to donate some furniture to the teething stage unless you can supervise full time, because these dogs love to chew when they are young. Also keep in mind that they are known for retaining puppy habits and behavior up to the age of two, so your new Lab may take a while to blossom into the calm, easy dog that you have come to know as you’ve met other examples of the breed. That said, for anyone who loves to spend time outdoors, this is a wonderful companion breed.

Because they are so popular, Labs are also frequently dumped. The aforementioned lengthy puppy stage requires more patience than many are able to muster, and it’s not uncommon to see young Labs taking up space at shelters all over the country. Sadly, the popularity of this breed also works against it.  The good news is that if you can find a young Lab in a shelter, chance are many of it’s puppyhood antics are behind it. In other words, don’t buy a Lab puppy – adopt one and let someone else do the hard work for you. Your shoes and sofa will thank you!

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We’ll also thank you if you have recommendations to add to the list below. It’s fairly comprehensive, but I’m sure there are other great Lab rescues out there. If you know of any worthy organizations that are not included, please leave a comment with the name, state and a link and we’ll get them added as soon as possible.

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

 

California

 

Canada

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

 

Florida

 

Georgia

 

Hawaii

 

Idaho

 

Illinois

 

Indiana

Iowa

 

Kansas

 

Kentucky

 

Louisiana

 

Maine

 

Maryland

 

Massachusetts

 

Michigan

 

Minnesota

Mississippi

 

Missouri

 

Montana

 

Nebraska

 

Nevada

 

New Hampshire

 

New Jersey

 

New Mexico

 

New York

 

North Carolina

 

North Dakota

 

Ohio

 

Oklahoma

 

Oregon

 

Pennsylvania

 

Rhode Island

 

South Carolina

 

South Dakota

 

Tennessee

 

Texas

 

Utah

 

Vermont

 

Virginia

 

Washington

 

Washington D.C.

 

West Virginia

 

Wisconsin

 

Wyoming

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    May 20, 2010 10:32 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Monica Hoffman

    http://www.greyhoundconnection.org/

    Our family adopted our two greyhounds from Greyhound Connection of San Diego. All of their dogs spend time in foster homes before being adopted. Our home was inspected for suitability and we were interviewed prior to the adoption. We love our expanded family!

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  • June 3, 2010 10:00 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Jessica Lantagne

    I am President of Fasthound Greyhound Adoption Inc located in Central Oklahoma. We founded our group in July 2005 because we love greys and wanted to bring greyhound awareness to the less populated areas of Oklahoma. We, as a group, take a neutral stance regarding the racing industry and we have no political agenda. Our main goal is to find wonderful homes for each greyhound we bring into our group. We live by the motto that “Saving one greyhound won’t change the world but it will change the world for that one greyhound”. Greys truly are wonderful dogs. Until you have one you won’t fully understand just what it means when we greyhound owners say our dogs are different. They are lovely animals and are so deserving of a good home in their retirement years!

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    June 12, 2010 12:11 amPosted 3 years ago
    Alyssa

    I think greyhounds are great dogs, and would love to have one someday…if I were approved by a rescue. I contacted a greyhound rescue three different times by email over six months ago and still have yet to hear back from them. And please explain why one rescue says no kids, another says you have to have a fence, another says you can be approved without a fence if you are willing to walk the dog a lot, another says you have to already have a dog, another says you have to own your home and to not be away from home for more than 6 hours at a time, and another says you have to agree to brush the dog’s teeth every day…. I love dogs, already volunteer at my local shelter and just successfully did my first (of many to come hopefully) pull and transport but I realize I am not ready yet to have a dog. When that day comes I will have better luck just getting a dog from the local shelter. When I hear a new story about another person that deceived rescue groups into letting them adopt or foster and then bad things happen to the animals, I understand the greyhound groups’ need to protect these dogs. But, they never even gave me the benefit of a doubt. Not even a chance to become a foster home, or send a donation or become involved in some other way. Nothing.

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    • June 12, 2010 8:23 amPosted 3 years ago
      Lou

      Alyssa — where do you live? our organization has adopted greyhounds out to families more than 150 miles away from our home site.

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    • June 12, 2010 9:56 pmPosted 3 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      This is precisely why I am seeking more links – the more choices you have, the less likely you are to hit a wall. I have had similar experiences and share your frustration, but the two groups I have adopted from have been remarkable…

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      June 21, 2010 12:47 amPosted 3 years ago
      Bev Doan

      Hi Alyssa,

      I certainly can’t speak for all greyhound rescue groups but, in general, there a few things that don’t change much. First, most gh rescues are 100% volunteer operated. In addition to volunteering with their greyhound group, most have families, jobs, and/or other personal obligations. They may not always be readily available to respond to inquires. Secondly, most adoption groups have adoption and volunteer applications on their sites. While emails may slip through the cracks, completed applications rarely do. Each group develops their own criteria for adoption, based upon their experiences and preferences. There are hundreds of independent greyhound adoption groups and track adoption groups across the country, as well as nearly 60 Greyhound Pets of America chapters. Most groups have fairly comprehensive web sites that explain what they require, and what you can expect. Most groups operate in a professional manner. It’s up to each potential adopter to do their research, and decide who to adopt from. Ask people you meet who have greyhounds where they adopted from, spend some time on the Greyhound Project web site, pick up Greyhounds for Dummies by Lee Livingood, and Cynthia Branigan’s Adopting the Racing Greyhound. When you are ready to actually adopt you’ll be better informed about what to expect and how the group you’ve chosen operates. Good luck. Adopting a retired racing greyhounds can change your life!

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  • June 12, 2010 11:43 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Gail Rys

    Just found you – what a terrific website! Please add our greyhound adoption group to your list. We have been in existence for four years now. We are Greyhound Pets of America – Delaware Chapter. We’re small, but committed and answer all inquiries right away.

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    June 15, 2010 12:22 amPosted 3 years ago
    Alyssa

    Dear Lou and Life With Dogs:
    I live in central Ohio. I realize I am not ready to adopt yet, and I would have been okay with that answer from a group. The group that I contacted was a Greyhound Pets of America chapter, but I am not going to out them here. Perhaps the emails were accidentally deleted, or they figured since I do not fit the profile of an adopter it was more important to devote precious time and resources where they were more useful. I certainly have a dubious past. I became homeless and had to surrender two stray dogs I had trained and loved for months to a shelter. I will not forget this and will not let it happen again. I asked for help to keep from having to surrender the dogs to the shelter but no one could help me. One of them found a new home before I did. The other one had heartworms and was put to sleep. Now I live in a nice cozy house with my boyfriend and four cats in the country on 2 acres and take an hour long walk every day–by myself. We both work too much to have a dog, but some of the neighbors dogs follow me when I am walking (it makes me sad) so I miss having a dog. Some day I hope to have a job much closer to where we live with regular (set) hours and then I’d like to get a dog.

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  • June 16, 2010 8:51 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Tony Neetz

    We adopted our boy Comet from American Greyhound in Northwest Indiana. American Greyhound is a wonderful organization that works very hard to rescue, foster and find homes for these wonderful dogs. Please include a link to American Greyhound in your list of Greyhound Adoption Groups above. Thanks for a WONDERFUL website!

    http://www.americangreyhound.org/

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      August 13, 2010 1:36 pmPosted 3 years ago
      Gabi

      Tony is absolutely correct. We adopted our 3 boys from American Greyhound and I could not be happier. Whenever I needed help or had a question they were always there to help! I got involved with the group 3 years ago, fostered, adopted, volunteered and now I am the Vice President. I never volunteered for anything before this and I have to say this changed my life. I love doing what I do. It is the most rewarding feeling looking into those greyhound eyes and knowing that I saved a life. We are always looking for volunteers and foster homes. If you live in NW Indiana, please check out our website http://www.americangreyhound.org for more info!
      Gabi and the boys, Trojan – Lowell – Rollins

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    June 27, 2010 3:35 pmPosted 3 years ago
    David Robinson

    I am a member of http://www.glohw.com/
    Hamilton and area Southern Ontario.
    Here is my albums on Webshots with several thousand Greyhound Photos from GLOHW events. Plus photos from dog events I have been to.

    http://community.webshots.com/user/wolfdkr

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    July 4, 2010 8:24 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Sue

    Hi there, just discovered your site, it’s awesome! Here is a link to the New Zealand greyhound re-homing site http://www.greyhoundsaspets.org.nz which is where I got my beautiful Beryl from about 3 months ago. And also a link to a New Zealand blog about the re-homed ex-racers http://www.greyhoundsnz.blogspot.com
    Cheers,
    Sue, Frankie and Beryl

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    • August 2, 2010 4:44 pmPosted 3 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      We had them in our list already – but thank you!

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  • July 6, 2010 12:56 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Judy Currier

    Mr. Buggers – please add us to your list of greyhound adoption groups. We are GPA las Vegas and are located in Las Vegas Nevada.
    Thanks so much and thanks for all the laughs.

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    • August 30, 2010 3:05 pmPosted 3 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      Added! :)

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  • July 9, 2010 11:47 amPosted 3 years ago
    Donna Deskin

    Nigel mah gud buddee and brudder

    Cood we get added to the Canadian list?

    I will let Momma type the name of owr groop

    The League of Extraordinary Greyhounds
    and we’re located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    http://www.t-legs.com

    Tanks buddee!!
    Joe T. Reporter

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    July 10, 2010 12:37 pmPosted 3 years ago
    JBerry

    We adopted our two girls, Joy & Red through GPA – Central NH Chapter http://www.gpa-cnhc.org/

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    July 23, 2010 5:10 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Carol Wilkinson

    I have 2 greyt organization. I got Rosie from Greyhound Options. Contact Clair Sygiel at greyhoundoptions.org. They are located in Ware, MA

    Tubby came from Colonial Greyhounds in Williamsburg, VA (He’s my southern gentleman). Contact is Susan Arruda at colonialgreyhounds.com

    If you need additional info, let me know,

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  • July 30, 2010 9:02 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Life With Dogs (Author)

    All new suggestions added. Thanks – and keep them coming!

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  • August 4, 2010 10:43 amPosted 3 years ago
    Jim Burwell

    You have a great site. We are also nominated for the Petties and I came to visit your site.

    As a lover of and owner of 5 greyhounds, (just lost our last one to the Rainbow Bridge on May 15th) we will be happy if you are the winner.

    Anyone who can so wonderfully explain the soul of the greyhound as you have is top notch in our eyes. Good luck!

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  • August 7, 2010 1:04 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Michelle

    My name is Michelle Day. My greyhound adoption group is GPA Tri-State and we cover Southern Indiana, Southern, Illinois and North Central Kentucky. Our website is http://www.gpatristate.org. I am owned by 3 greyhounds of my own.I always have a foster and sometimes dog sit for dogs in our group. I am also an adoption rep and secretary for our group. Please feel free to add us to the list! Thanks for all you do!!!

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    • October 3, 2010 11:22 amPosted 3 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      Added, thanks!

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    September 7, 2010 9:57 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Maren

    I found you blog this evening with the links to greyhound adoption agencies. I adopted my wonderful boy from Greyhound Adoption of Ohio, but wanted to point out a few others I also considered along the way.

    Team Greyhound Adoption of Ohio
    http://www.teamgreyhound.com/
    They work with the Ohio correctional system and all dogs spend approximately 90 days in prison with a handler learning basic obedience skills. There are several chapters located throughout Ohio.

    Central Ohio Greyhound Adoption
    http://www.centralohiogreyhound.org/
    Central Ohio only.

    I’d also like to add this site for Scooby Medina in Spain. They work with Galgos (Spanish Greyhounds) and other animals in need. I’ve met a couple of Galgos that have been re-homed to the US and they are just as good natured as the greyhounds we normally see.
    http://www.scoobymedina.org/en/index.html

    Thank you again for your great site.

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  • September 21, 2010 9:28 amPosted 3 years ago
    Brown Dog

    My Humans LOVE Greyhounds, but thank God, they love Chessies better!
    I’m doin’ the Adopt the Less Adoptable Week and it’s all about Chessies…a new one everyday so far…I give you links to Chessie Rescue for info as well as links to needy dog I feature on PetFinder or CBRRescue. Y’all come by now and learn more about us Chessies this week.

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  • October 8, 2010 10:11 amPosted 3 years ago
    Brittaney

    Could we please be added to your list? We are located in Louisiana, but also work in Mississippi & Alabama.

    We are It’s a Grey Area Greyhound Adoption, Inc.
    http://www.itsagreyarea.com

    Thanks!
    Brittaney

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    • April 19, 2011 3:30 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      Sure – sorry it took so long, this was missed!

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  • February 6, 2011 12:06 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Brian

    Come visit the Cabarrus County Humane society Lots of dogs to choose from

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  • February 11, 2011 10:53 amPosted 3 years ago
    Reba

    Have you ever noticed how Greyhound adopters always refer to their dogs as “my boy” or “my girl”, never as “the dog” or “it”? I have shared my life with many different breeds of dogs, but Greyhounds are SPECIAL in a way you just have to experience to understand. I have never met a breed of dog so responsive to human interaction.
    Just wanted to let you know that unfortunately your link to our group is incorrect. You have it as http://www.freedomgreyhoundrescue.org/index.php?pr=Home_Page (which goes nowhere). Would you please correct it to just http://www.freedomgreyhoundrescue.org. Thanks so much! You have a beautiful website! Keep up the great work!

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    • April 19, 2011 3:28 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      Fixed, thanks for catching that! :)

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  • March 10, 2011 9:34 amPosted 3 years ago
    Leslie Town

    So happy I found this site and even more thrilled that the first link I click on is about Greyhound adoption!!
    There are not enough words to describe how wonderful my Greyhound, Frankie is, and the Greyhound breed in general. I actually feel privileged to be able to share my life with one of these incredible creatures and I would love to see more make their way into Canada for adoption. As we have no tracks here all our rescues come from the U.S.
    I would like to give you the link to the adoption agency we got our greyhound from here in Ontario, Canada, Needle-Nose Greyhound Adoption: http://www.needlenose.ca/index.html

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    March 27, 2011 12:21 amPosted 3 years ago
    Jess D.

    Thank you for sharing this! I actually found your website when researching Greyhound adoption. My boyfriend and I are buying our first house in a month and will be visiting Greyhound Friends in MA to see about adopting as soon as we’re settled! : )

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    March 27, 2011 4:21 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Victoria J.

    I have adopted 4 greyhounds thru Greyhound Pets of America-MN chapter. they are a wonderful greyhound adoption group not listed under Minnesota. I would appreciate having them added! Thanks! :)

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    April 17, 2011 12:46 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Grace Pauley

    HOW do I add our Greyhound Rescue group, North Coast Greyhound Connection (NCGC) of Freemont, OH!! We soooo need to put our group out there so we can also help these AWESOME dogs find there FOREVER HOME!!
    I have a BEAUTIFUL, 40mph couch potato, Daisy, that we are BLESSED to have. She is such a GREYT addition to our home!!

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    • April 19, 2011 3:34 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Life With Dogs (Author)

      It’s already there. ;)

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    April 17, 2011 1:21 pmPosted 3 years ago
    Grace Pauley

    I just saw that our group IS on there!! TYVM for doing this site to help out ALL of the different rescue groups!! You guys ROCK!!

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  • April 19, 2011 3:35 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Life With Dogs (Author)

    All updated, thanks for the recommendations!

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  • May 7, 2011 1:03 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Jane

    Love your site. We have adopted greyhounds for more than fifteen years, now. We have two greys, Crown and Bunny, who we love dearly. The organization that we adopt from is a blood bank, as greyhounds have a universal blood type. After being rescued they spend time donating blood and then are adopted out. Most do not receive fostering. Hemopet greys do “extra work,” before they get their forever home. They are located in Southern California, specifically, Garden Grove.

    There are not enough adjectives to describe this breed. Loyal, loving, gentle, sweet, lazy (!), low maintenance, majestic, fast, stunning, smart, graceful, adorable, are just a FEW words that come to mind…

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    December 28, 2011 2:15 amPosted 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    If anyone knows or has any English Bull Terrier Puppies…..please let me know, I prefer a female… my husband is looking for one…. :-D

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  • January 20, 2012 10:37 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    https://www.facebook.com/RussellRescueInc

    We are Russell Rescue, the facebook page for PA, NJ, DE, and MD is above.

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    January 26, 2012 2:29 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Sue Binder

    I adopted our three Greyhounds through JoAnne Bednarz. JoAnne works for the Ne. Humane Society, and GH’s are her specialty. I’m sure she has placed hundreds of hounds from Bluffs Run GH Track.

    She can be contacted at 402 444-7800 Ext. 261 or Email [email protected]

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  • February 25, 2012 11:42 amPosted 2 years ago
    GPA Cincinnati

    This is a greyt site. We’d love to be a part of it. We are Greyhound Pets of America, Greater Cincinnati, Inc. but we’re known as GPA Cincinnati. We’re located in northern Kentucky but we do events in Ohio and Indiana also. Our web address is http://www.gpacincinnati.org .
    Taking care of this site takes immense dedication. Just know that everyone listed here appreciates it, probably more than you will ever know. Thank you so much for helping us help this wonderful breed.

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    March 28, 2012 11:35 amPosted 2 years ago
    Lingy

    hi there……i really love greyhound….but cant find it in Hong Kong :( …..is any possible to send greyhound to Hong Kong….? Hope anyone can help for this……

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    April 26, 2012 10:15 amPosted 1 year ago
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    i must just be a extremely lucky person. my sweet jack is a lab/greyhound mix. hes sweet, energetic, playful, and entirely too smart. :)

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