No, we are not the national chain of Greyhound buses, however GAP does have a new method of getting your new fur-ever friends to you during metropolitan Melbourne’s Stage 4 lockdown.
Join Kate and Leah for the inside story.
In January this year, Rodney and his partner Sean adopted Barney.
“They’re the easiest dogs really. They rarely have health issues and they are good pets."
A couple of weeks ago, Andrew and Robyn welcomed two greyhounds into their hearts and home in North Ringwood.
The Greyhound Adoption Program’s pre-entry assessments have returned to normal – albeit with social distancing protocols.
“If I knew having a greyhound was so easy and rewarding, I would have adopted one much earlier,” says Shepparton local Tessa.
The beginning of our third week of fostering brought the realisation that Marshall would be leaving Megan and I and finding a fur-ever home.
Chair and CEO express their enormous appreciation for GAP's incredible 620+ volunteer workforce.
The Greyhound Adoption Program continues to take in new dogs from participants and greyhounds are still being adopted into loving homes.