Effective 1 January 2019, pet greyhounds are no longer required to wear a muzzle in public. This is great news for greyhounds, but please don’t forget that greyhounds are still legally required to be on a lead in public.
Sally Waddell couldn’t live without a dog in her life. When her last dog passed away of old age in December, Sally and her partner agreed that they needed to find a new canine companion soon.
This festive period, the Chandler household warmly welcomed foster greyhound number six – Freddie. Meanwhile, the Phillips household fostered their second greyhound, Bill, for four weeks. The Chandler and Phillips households are good friends, so Bill and Freddie were often seen out and about together in Essendon – on walks and at the local “pet wash.”
A new record for the number of greyhounds adopted at a single event has fallen with 111 greyhounds finding new homes at the Greyhound Adoption Program’s three-day adoption event at Seymour (January 18-20).
The Greyhound Adoption Program’s three-day adoption event began with a bang at Seymour today with 70 of the 115 greyhounds up for adoption going home with their new families.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with delivering for much loved Greyhounds with funding announced today for the Greyhound Adoption Centre in Seymour.
Are you thinking about adopting a greyhound? Well, this weekend’s Adoption Bonanza at GAP’s Seymour headquarters is the perfect opportunity to see if adopting is right for you.
Did you know last year’s adoption bonanza saw a record 103 greyhounds find homes? In fact, the event only lasted two days because all of the available greyhounds were adopted by Saturday.
GRV CEO Alan Clayton talks about what’s on offer at GAP’s 3 Day Adoption Event starting on Friday 18 January.
The Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) will be waiving adoption fees at the upcoming three-day adoption event this Friday, January 18 to Sunday, January 20.