Leah Brookes, the Greyhound Adoption Program’s Adoption Coordinator and social media sensation, has attributed the program’s continuing services to the versatility of the GAP team.
COVID-19 has created a fresh set of challenges for our sport, but the dedication and effort shown by or participants means we’re still racing.
The 2020 GRV Welfare Award has been bestowed on a stalwart of greyhound welfare and a name familiar with many greyhound fosterers and adopters: Dr Rebecca ‘Bec’ Goode.
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.
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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.