The new Melrose Drive, Tullamarine location means that people no longer need to drive out to Seymour, making GAP more accessible to those that reside in, or near the city.
“Ronnie came into our lives at the GAP adoption Day in January. He is absolutely the centre of our world and the best thing to have happened to us” said Yvonne.
Lisa was already well acquainted with the greyhound breed prior to heading to GAP Seymour earlier this year.
A chance encounter with the GAP stand at the Royal Melbourne Show back in 2017 was to forever change Katrina’s life.
GAP has seen a huge increase in interest regarding our fostering program lately, which we are delighted about.
Though they haven’t been together for long (just two months), Seth the greyhound has well and truly cemented himself into Holly’s life in North Bendigo.
Otto the brindle (pictured) has come a long way in a short time since he was first adopted in January by Liz from Thomastown.
Aleesha is no stranger to the greyhound breed, as her father trained and raced them when she was a child, so when she discovered the GAP program as an adult, she knew she needed to look into adopting her very own long-legged friend.
Dear all, for your safety and ours, the GAP Seymour facility will be closed to the public until the threat of Covid-19 abates.
During these trying times something we could all do with more light and cheerful stories, and we can count on greyhounds to fill the void easily. Every greyhound owner has a story, but how many have a sports fan?