The Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) is committed to finding the right home for all our greyhounds.
For the first time, the Greyhound Adoption Program has held a Foster Care event in conjunction with the Sandown Adoption Day.
Entering retirement life can be very daunting for a greyhound. Many of our greyhounds that come into the program after racing need some extra help in a home environment before finding the perfect couch for them to spend the rest of their retirement.
The GAP volunteers and foster carers are one in a million and to celebrate their hard work and dedication we treated to them to a day at the Melbourne Aquarium as part of National Volunteer Week.
Coursing trainer, Sean Lithgow, often re-homes his greyhounds through GAP. A few years ago, a couple who had adopted one of his greyhounds messaged him online. Their greyhound wasn’t responding to his name – Jon Snow – so they wanted to learn more about him.
The GAP Café, located at 477 King Street in West Mel-bourne, has a new manager.
A huge build-up to Australia’s second-ever National Greyhound Adoption Day has come to fruition with 71 greyhounds being adopted into Victorian homes after a wonderful day at The Meadows Racetrack.
More than 70 people and their pet greyhounds gathered at the McCrae Lighthouse on 7 April to honour Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) great, the late Don Graham.
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.
Rose Streatfeild is the GAP Volunteer and Foster Coordinator for GRV’s Greyhound Welfare and Rehoming Department, and she is known to go above and beyond the call of duty to help these beautiful dogs find homes.