Victoria’s Greyhound Adoption Program held a National Adoption Day event at its Seymour headquarters yesterday with 50 greyhounds being re-homed to loving new families.
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Sam McClure is no stranger to adopting to new situations. As a sport journalist who is often in front of a live microphone or camera, he must be ready to react quickly to changing circumstances.
Ah, the pitter patter of tiny little feet around the house. The promise of something new and exciting, cute and cuddly.
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.
Chair and CEO express their enormous appreciation for GAP's incredible 620+ volunteer workforce.
There wasn’t a party this year, or a community day with a cast of thousands, but the 24th anniversary of the founding of Victoria’s Greyhound Adoption Program was still a significant milestone for the welfare of former racing greyhounds.
And that’s a wrap! The Greyhound Adoption Program’s annual three-day adoption event has come to an end for another year.
One of the reasons Victoria’s Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) is the most successful greyhound adoption organisation in the world is the attention paid to transitioning the former racing dog from kennel life to domestic life, through the fostering program.