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.


Behavior Legend

Companion This icon indicates this greyhound would prefer to live with another canine friend.

Homebodies This icon indicates that the greyhound would prefer your companionship most of the time.

Livestock This icon indicates the greyhound has spent time living with livestock and could be tolerant to a farm like environment.

Only Dog This icon indicates the greyhound would prefer to be the only dog in the home.

Over 5 This icon indicates that the greyhound prefers to be around children over the age of 5.

Workers This icon indicates we believe this greyhound would cope of with a full time working family.

Cats This icon indicates the greyhound has met or lived with cats previously and may be cat tolerant.

Under 5 This icon indicates this greyhound has either lived with children under five before or we believe it would cope well with younger children in the home.


Male, 27/11/2015

I’m a homebody kind of guy and would prefer a home where someone is there most of the time – I don’t think I could cope being left alone for long periods. I am a little picky with my doggy friends but pending introductions can be fine living with them (I am currently living with several other greyhounds).

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Female, 23/02/2018

You can tell from my playful antics that I’m only a puppy and would love a family looking for a younger dog to train and grow up alongside. I think I would do best in a home with another medium to large sized dog to play with or could be okay if someone was home most of the time.

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Female, 22/02/2017

I’m a young girl who would do really well in an experienced household who want a puppy to train and grow up with.

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Male, 19/10/2016

I know I have a tough name… but I’m actually a bit of a cuddly sook and absolutely adore spending time with my human friends.

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Male, 25/06/2015

I’m a sweet boy who would need a quieter home as I can become overwhelmed in noisy, bustling environments. I can take a little while to get to know people but I promise my sweet, cuddly personality is certainly worth the wait.

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Male, 06/01/2018

I’m big in size and personality and have a really outgoing, friendly, ‘I love everyone’ demeanour. I don’t turn two until the new year so I’m still only really a puppy and am still learning my lead manners and how to walk appropriately (I don’t realise how large a puppy I am!).

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Male, 09/01/2013

I’m a butler in every sense of the word, I’m a gentleman, suave and in my opinion quite regal looking. I am pretty confident in my own company so don’t mind going as the only dog and think with the right enrichment and set up I could be okay with a working family.

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Male, 28/10/2015

Meet me you must, adopt me you will.. I’m an absolute sweetie pie of a Jedi and while it can take me a little while to get to know people once I do I am full of cuddles and kisses (especially if there is treats).

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Male, 11/09/2017

At just over two years old I’m at that great sponge ‘teach me things’ stage so would benefit from a household whom are happy to work with me while I adjust to a home environment.

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