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.

Julien

Male, Two years old.

I am so people orientated so would need my ‘furever’ home to have someone home more often than not or another doggy friend for company.

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Happy

Female, Five years old.

Hi I'm Happy! “Because I’m Happy…” I certainly suit my name as am a happy go lucky boy who has made many a friend at the GAP kennels.

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Goldie

Female, Five years old.

I just love having people around so would prefer a home with someone who doesn’t work hugely long hours or if they do they’re happy to spend some quality time with me when they’re home.

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Dozer

Male, Eight years old.

I have the calm, cruisy nature of an older dog though and am happy just shadowing my human friends around.

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Tinker

Female, Five years old.

For my age I am quite youthful so would suit a family after a more active dog (in true greyhound fashion I still sleep a lot!) and I would love a medium to large sized doggy friend to continue my socialisation.

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Tails

Female, Two years old.

I am confident enough to be re-homed as the only dog with someone home often or could alternatively have another doggy friend for company. I would love if my doggy friend was as playful as me, I sure do love playing!

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Ford

Male, Four years old.

I look forward to joining a household who are happy for be to become part of their family and be included in their everyday activities.

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Penny

Female, Four years old.

While I can be shy in new situations it doesn’t take me long at all to come out of my shell and show my affectionate, loving personality.

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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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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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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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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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