The Melbourne Royal Show is back on, and GAP is getting its show on the road!
For about a year, residents of the Kilmore area reported sightings of a greyhound roaming around and scavenging, with no apparent owner.
We started the week with an introduction to my (Ben) mum and dads dogs, a spoodle (Harry) and a Toy poodle (Lucy).
Greyhounds have an extensive and prestigious past that you may not be aware of. Here are some historical findings we have made that might surprise you!
Once we picked up Marshall we were instantly in love and weren’t sure how we were ever going to give him back.
All of us at GAP are saddened by this news, as the Royal Melbourne Show is an event that our staff, volunteers and greyhounds love attending.
No.1 They need a lot of physical exercise. This is the biggest misconception of all!
“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.
Considering the current situation surrounding canine gastroenteritis in our kennels at GAP, and COVID-19, the decision has been made to cease pre-entry assessments until further notice.