Join us for our National Greyhound Adoption Day at the Meadows on Sunday 28 April. For details, click here.
The GAP National Adoption Day, which will be held on Sunday 28 April 2019, allows for all GAP programs to come together to promote the re-homing of greyhounds and why they make fantastic pets.
Sunny weather, free activities and more than 250 greyhounds featured at GAP’s Greyhound Community Day, which was held at the Sandown Greyhound Racing Club on Saturday afternoon.
This time we are heading back to the Sandown Greyhound Racing Club on Saturday 23 March. We can’t wait to celebrate all things greyhound with free dog washing, greyhound stalls, a BBQ, food trucks as well as a range of kid’s activities.
Due to the hot weather forecast for this Saturday 1 March 2019, we will no longer proceed with our adoption day in Seymour.
Most greyhounds easily transition to life in a home and are well-behaved pets happy to play by the rules, and then there are the mavericks and mischief-makers.
Cynthia and John Burns were excited to go to the GAP Adoption Weekend. They drove out to Seymour the night before from the Mornington Peninsula so they could be some of the first in line to find their greyhound.
It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Don Graham, a highly respected GAP volunteer, who passed away on Sunday 17 February.
For many years, visitors to the Seymour head office of Victoria’s Greyhound Adoption Program were greeted by a very handsome fawn greyhound called Dave who saw himself as very much in charge of the program.
You may have heard of our “Golden Oldies”, Zeta (14) and Tommy (11), who were struggling to find a forever home after being returned to GAP in October. Since they have lived together for a long time, the pair were inseparable, so Rose Streatfield, GAP’s Volunteer and Foster Coordinator, found it in her heart to foster them while they waited for a home.