A couple of weeks ago, Andrew and Robyn welcomed two greyhounds into their hearts and home in North Ringwood.
“If I knew having a greyhound was so easy and rewarding, I would have adopted one much earlier,” says Shepparton local Tessa.
The beginning of our third week of fostering brought the realisation that Marshall would be leaving Megan and I and finding a fur-ever home.
For about a year, residents of the Kilmore area reported sightings of a greyhound roaming around and scavenging, with no apparent owner.
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We started the week with an introduction to my (Ben) mum and dads dogs, a spoodle (Harry) and a Toy poodle (Lucy).
Once we picked up Marshall we were instantly in love and weren’t sure how we were ever going to give him back.
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The GAP National Adoption Day, which will be held on Sunday 28 April 2019, allows for all GAP programs to come together to promote the re-homing of greyhounds and why they make fantastic pets.
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.