Australian Entertainment Co and The Greyhound Adoption Program partnered up to deliver a Mardi Gras celebration like no other on Saturday the 6th of March, with a crowd of over 100 people attending Mardi Gras Drag Brunch in St Kilda.
Over the coming days via our social media pages, we will look back on the past quarter-century to see just how far GAP has come whilst also paying tribute to all the volunteers and employees whose tireless work has made GAP what it is today.
Ah, the pitter patter of tiny little feet around the house. The promise of something new and exciting, cute and cuddly.
Motor racing fanatics would be very familiar with the name Garth Tander. Garth and his family recently added a GAP greyhound to their family.
To say the GAP van has clocked a few extra kilometers would be an understatement...
It took the family two years to consider adopting a new dog following the death of their beloved Kelpie/German Shepherd cross who lived to the ripe old age of eighteen.
In January this year, Rodney and his partner Sean adopted Barney.
“They’re the easiest dogs really. They rarely have health issues and they are good pets."
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.