The Greyhound Adoption Program held an adoption event in Seymour today which resulted in 46 greyhounds finding loving new homes.
GAP regrets to advise that our facility in Baxter is closed until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
People use many words to describe their pet greyhounds; lazy, silly, gentle, loyal; but we’re adding another to the list: ‘regal’.
GAP’s first ever twilight adoption session, held last Friday in Seymour, exceeded expectations, opening up the possibility of more events being held in the later time slot.
The Greyhound Adoption Program is excited to announce that we will be hosting our first ever twilight Adoption Session on Friday 8 November.
The company of a canine for retired people can be a godsend. For some it’s a chance to apply gallons of love and affection for the same return; others a distraction and reason to be more active, and for some a tremendous way to meet people and widen social circles.
The Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) and Corrections Victoria are celebrating the 400th greyhound to be fostered at HM Tarrengower Prison.
More than 300 people attended today’s Adoption Day at the Sandown GRC in Springvale, in what was yet another successful event for Victoria’s Greyhound Adoption Program.
For most who make the annual pilgrimage to the Royal Melbourne Show, it’s an adrenalin-filled atmosphere full of noise, colour, screaming, fairy floss and showbags. People everywhere, offers of everything from blow-up hammers to mattresses designed by nuclear physicists; it’s all go, go, go.
When it comes to pulling a crowd, it’s pretty much established the order is 1) The Queen, 2) A greyhound and 3) The Rolling Stones.