There were plenty of smiling faces and wagging tails at the Greyhound Adoption Program’s Seymour adoption day on Saturday, but few tails were more ‘waggier’ than those on the end of four greys that have been with GAP for an extended stay.
Most greyhounds easily transition to life in a home and are well-behaved pets happy to play by the rules, and then there are the mavericks and mischief-makers.
Last weekend, Peita Duncan, GRV’s Deputy Chair, joined Simone Fisher on RSN’s Talking Greyhounds to discuss the fantastic results from the GAP’s 3-Day Adoption Event.
The Lokuge family usually goes away for the holidays, but this year they decided to stay home. They saw GAP’s request for people to foster lonely greyhounds over Christmas and thought it would be nice to spend their holiday season with Bruce.
GAP's first event of the New Year isn’t just an Adoption Day, it’s an entire weekend! Join us January 18 to 20 from 10am - 3pm at the GAP headquarters in Seymour where over 100 greyhounds will be available for adoption.
Shepparton’s first greyhound Adoption Day was a success with 13 greyhounds finding fur-ever homes on Sunday, December 2, 2018.
Adoption Day is around the corner and there will be around 30 greyhounds looking for new homes in Shepparton on Sunday, December 2 from 11am to 1pm.
The first Shepparton Greyhound Adoption Day will be held at the Shepparton Greyhound Racing Club on December 2, 2018 from 11am to 1pm. It is expected that 30 greyhounds will find forever homes at the event hosted by GRV’s Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP).
Fostering is a rewarding way to help greyhounds transition from racing to retirement. One of GRV’s key goals is to re-home racing greyhounds through the Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP).
The GRV’s Community Day held at the Meadows on 18 November welcomed hundreds of greyhound pet owners and their dogs. The event festivities included kids’ activities, a complementary BBQ and lots of dog-related booths and resources.