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Elton

I’m Elton (after Elton John you know) I can be a bit shy at first meeting new people, so don’t go breaking my heart and overlook me! I am gently playful and give the best cuddles around. I believe that everything worth doing takes time (napping, eating, making friends) life wasn’t meant to be rushed.  […]

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Harvey

Hi I’m Harvey, and I’m a nice bloke! I’m great with kids, I’m other dog friendly, happy to entertain myself (I would be ok in a unit) but happy to be social too! I keep a pretty clean kennel, and  affectionate to boot. I’m the sort of fella you would take home to meet your […]

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Caesar (homed)

Hi, I’m Caesar and I’m looking for an empire to call my own. It doesn’t have to be a  palace, a few couches perhaps for me to recline on and somewhere to dine, and a good yard for me to run around in. I’m a lean, clean, roaching machine that needs a bit of room […]

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Juliet (homed)

Juliet is kindly sponsored by Danielle, Carol, Kendal,  Nicole, Clyde, Deb & Jack. Family, family, wherefore art thou family? Deny me not walkies and give me your name,  thou wilt not resist my love and I’ll no longer be a captive! I’m Juliet, the only tragedy about me is that I haven’t found a family […]

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Future Vet Kids Camp

Scott is a vet who lives in Toronto and for the last six years has come to Sydney in January to run a Summer Camp for children interested in becoming a vet. Scott is a very inspirational person and some of his initial students are now in University studying Vet Science. Since the inception six […]

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Behind the Scenes – What Makes a Rescue Tick?

It takes an army of people volunteering an enormous amount of time to keep a rescue running, and GR is no different. The happy photos on social media, the cute houndie knick knacks in our online shop, and the fun we have at events disguises a hive of activity, blood, sweat, and tears. We would […]

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Sponsor of the Month

On average, it costs $1100 for GR to home a greyhound. This includes basic vetwork, kennelling, food, and flea and treatment costs. Without our sponsors and donations, Greyhound Rescue could not possibly do the work it does. We are tremendously thankful for them, because they really do help us save lives. This year we would […]

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Volunteer of The Month

Our volunteers are the very backbone of what we do at GR. Without them, we could not possibly save and rehome as many greyhounds as we do. While every single one of our volunteers is important no matter how much they do whether hands on with the dogs or behind the scenes, every month we […]

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Melly (homed)

Melly is kindly sponsored by Andrea, Fred, Jade, Iain, Jane & Silvia.   I’m Melly and I’ve just turned 8. I’ve had a few pups in my time, but those days are over and I’m looking for somewhere I can gracefully retire -or maybe un- gracefully as I’m a bit cheeky! Because I’ve had so […]

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Carlie (homed)

I’m Carlie, and although I’m heading towards my senior years I am the sweetest hound you could ever meet, so please don’t pass me by! Not only will I love you all of my days, but I can still be very useful. I hear there are lots of homes that don’t have couch ornaments to […]

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