All the greyhounds we rehome are assessed to a high behavioural standard and come with a muzzle exemption in the form of a Green Collar. Additionally, all our greyhounds are sterilized, wormed, vaccinated and microchipped. If you would like more information on adopting, fostering or fostering with the view to adopt, we’d love to hear from you. You can reach us on 9445 5399 Monday to Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.

The greyhounds featured below are ready to find their forever home. Submit an expression of interest now or complete an Adoption Application.

Got questions? Head to our FAQ page or download our Foster Manual or Adoption Manual. Both booklets have been designed to answer common questions expressed by people adopting a greyhound for the first time.

Joel

Male, Two years old.

Did you know it’s my birthday next month? I’m turning two and I really hope I get to celebrate in a home with my new family.

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Jarbass

Male, Four years old.

I’m one of those pretty easy dogs who I think will fit in well with most families especially some children. I’m not even four yet (next month) but have the relaxed nature of a much older hound.

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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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Swift

Female, Four years old.

I’m a quiet girl who is equally happy shadowing you around or playing on my own with my toys.

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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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Liger

Male, Three years old.

Well there’s no mystery as to how I got my name is there? I’m big, I’m strong, I’m beautiful… and that’s kind of where the similarities to a tiger end. I am a friendly boy who just likes to be included in what’s going on around me.

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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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Oreo

Female, 18months old.

I think I’m as sweet as my name suggests and I hope my new family think the same!

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Gable

Male, Four years old.

I am still working on returning the toy during fetch but am getting pretty good at coming to my name, especially when there’s tasty treats involved.

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Dahlia

Female, Two years old.

As well as being good looking I have a friendly, outgoing personality and I love the chance of meeting new people.

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Chico

Male, One year old.

Have you ever wanted a greyhound puppy? If so I am about to make all your dreams come true! I only turned one a couple of months ago and still act like a goofy, uncoordinated, lovable pup according to the GAP staff.

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Smith

Male, Two years old.

I’m actually quite the snugglebunny and just love to shadow the GAP staff around looking for sneaky pats (hence my secret agent identity).

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