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ADOPT A GREYHOUND

Greyhounds make wonderful pets, welcome one into your home today.

FOSTER A GREYHOUND

It costs nothing to become a Foster Carer and you will be helping a retired racer transition to pet life.

WHY ADOPT A GREYHOUND FROM US?

Great pets

Greyhounds make great pets, they are quiet, well mannered, and very easy to live with. They are friendly, lazy, calm, affectionate, clean, loving, trusting, good-natured and very social.

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Low maintenance

Greyhounds require less exercise than people think, they also have very little odour and shed minimally. Head to our FAQ page for more greyhound myth busters!

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Green Collar

Once you have been issued a Green Collar your greyhound will not need to wear a muzzle in public. We are the only rehoming group in WA able to issue a muzzle exemption in the form of
a Green Collar.

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Twice as fun

Greyhounds love the company of other dogs. If you are looking for a companion for an existing dog, a greyhound is the perfect addition to your family.

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“From the moment we messaged GAP they were quick to respond and answer all my quirky questions and requests. Five months on and we couldn’t be happier. She is the perfect companion to our small elderly terrier too! We would highly recommend welcoming a greyhound into your home and hearts.”

Dianne Smith, adoptive owner of Zarni

“GAP have supported our family through two adoptions for our two beautiful greyhounds. The love and care they have for each dog is incredible. Every success can be attributed to their wonderful staff, volunteers, programs and foster carers.”

Kelly Cracknell, adoptive owner or Lorelli and Winston

“You have given us a beautiful grey in Bear! We love him to bits and he’s fitted in perfectly with us. He surprised us with how quickly he adapted to us and our routine. He was toilet trained in a couple of days and has been friendly and gentle with children, adults and the many animals he’s met in the two weeks we’ve had him.”

Jill, adoptive owner of Bear

GREYHOUNDS READY FOR ADOPTION

Lachy

Male, Five years old.

Do you want a greyhound with a bundle of energy and personality? Well if so I’m certainly the dog for you! I’m great with other dogs of any shape and size and am not too fazed about interacting with them.

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Kira

Female, Three years old.

Do you want a dog with personality plus? If so, I’m the dog for you! I have energy to burn so would be better suited to a more active household who are happy to take me out and about with them.

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Smeagol

Male, Two years old.

I’m a very responsive hound and I’ve heard the GAP staff remark about how easily they think I’ll be to train as I already come to my name most of the time and I just lovveeee doing things for treats!

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Ty

Male, Three years old.

I have had a great time playing with all the other younger dogs here and would need my new home to have a playful, preferably slightly larger breed dog for me to play with (sometimes I forget my own size!).

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Andy

Male, Three years old.

I’m a big, gregarious boy who just adores getting to know new people.

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Princess

Female, Three years old.

I’m a very sweet natured, gentle greyhound who I think would fit well in most households.

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Dezzy

Male, Two years old.

I’ve heard the GAP staff comment they think I’m one of a kind, and since they mean it in a good way, I’m okay with that. I’m quite the active dog you see (especially for a greyhound) and seem to always be on the go.

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PJ

Male, Three years old.

I’m an excitable boy who just adores people and loves coming up for head scratches.

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Jaffa

Female, Under two years old

I’ve had a bit of a different upbringing to most greyhounds in the fact I haven’t really gone through the motions of being trained to race so am a bit of a ‘wild card’. I think with the right helping hand that I would be an awesome family member, I just need someone willing to give me a chance.

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Stocky

Male, Four years old.

I am a very affectionate boy and will always come up for a cuddle whenever I can.

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Nordic

Male, Four years old.

I think I’d be really well suited to someone who works part time or a household where people are in and out. I don’t think I need somewhere there most of the time, but sporadically would be nice!

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Mia

Female, 18months old.

At only 18months I’m still quite puppy like in my behaviour and would love if my new family could keep up my training.

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Mardy

Male, Five years old.

I’m a pretty laid back dog who isn’t fazed by too much and I think I’d fit well in most households. I’m confident enough to live as the only dog but would of course prefer if my hoomans were home more than not.

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Spook

Male, Three years old.

I was hoping to be adopted by Halloween but I’m sure there’s still some ‘spooky’ lovers out there! I’m a tall, leggy boy who I think would adjust well to living in most households.

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Pete

Male, Five years old.

I’m one of the smallest male greyhounds that has ever come through GAP and I am frequently called ‘adorable’ and ‘a pocket sized greyhound’ by the GAP staff. Being a bit older I’m a settled, calm boy and have impeccable lead manners.

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Wilson

Male, Under two years old.

I’m a happy, friendly boy who doesn’t turn two until New Years Day (imagine the party I’m going to get!!). For a puppy I’m really well behaved and have learnt a lot since being at GAP.

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Barrio

Female, Two years old.

I’m only a small girl and can be a bit shy in new situations. In saying that when I gain my confidence I’m very playful and outgoing so I wouldn’t mind being paired up with a like-minded dog.

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Ziggy

Female, Three years old.

For a young dog I’m pretty chilled out and easy going. I am happy enough keeping myself occupied with my toys but am equally content to have my humans around me.

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“From the moment we messaged GAP they were quick to respond and answer all my quirky questions and requests. Five months on and we couldn’t be happier. She is the perfect companion to our small elderly terrier too! We would highly recommend welcoming a greyhound into your home and hearts.”

Dianne Smith, adoptive owner of Zarni

“GAP have supported our family through two adoptions for our two beautiful greyhounds. The love and care they have for each dog is incredible. Every success can be attributed to their wonderful staff, volunteers, programs and foster carers.”

Kelly Cracknell, adoptive owner or Lorelli and Winston

“You have given us a beautiful grey in Bear! We love him to bits and he’s fitted in perfectly with us. He surprised us with how quickly he adapted to us and our routine. He was toilet trained in a couple of days and has been friendly and gentle with children, adults and the many animals he’s met in the two weeks we’ve had him.”

Jill, adoptive owner of Bear

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