Ruby (homed)

Ruby is just two years old, is other dog friendly, child friendly and loves to play. Her ideal home would have another dog and children but would also make a good friend for another greyhound. She is a bit shy to start with but soon gets to know you. Ruby is currently in foster home with other dogs.

  • DOB: 28.12.14
  • Located in Sydney
  • Adoption cost $350
  • Desexed, microchipped, heartworm tested and treated
  • Other Dogs: Good
  • Children: Good
  • Cats: Not tested
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Candy

Hi I’m Candy, and when I get excited you would think I’ve been eating candy! Being white I will need an outdoor area that is covered to protect my skin in Summer if I am left outside during the day. I am good with kids, and ok with other houndies. What I’m looking for is someone with a yard, and a good walking partner. I like to get out and move and do stuff. I’m still a houndie that enjoys a nap but I’m not the sort that will be okay left in an apartment by myself with only a short stroll in the morning. I need toys to keep me busy, and exercise to keep me occupied. I could be your new personal trainer, how about it? I could be your new personal trainer, how about it? Contact info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

  • DOB: 21.12.12
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Other Dogs: Tolerant of other dogs, not small dog tested yet
  • Children: Good

Candy is kindly sponsored by Rose, Jillian, Jennifer, Jenny, Zoe, Edina & Matt.

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Sam (on trial)

I am Sam, AKA Sammy Seal, and I’m looking for a home where I can be treated as the king I am. I prefer to have a kingdom of one so at present I would be better without other doggies to compete for attention. Smaller humans are ok, as long as they’re a bit older and understand that sometimes I like my space! I am super playful and love my toys, so when I arrive at your palace make sure you present me with lots of tokens of your adoration. If you have the Castle fit for me get in touch with the volunteers info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

  • DOB: 01.06.12
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Other Dogs: I am better with my own company
  • Children: Best with kids over 10
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Joe Dirt

 

Joe Dirt is kindly sponsored by Chris.

Hi I’m Joe Dirt, brother to Alexander the Greyt. I love meeting new doggy friends and playing with them. I’m good with kids so if you there are tiny humans at your house I’m alright with that. I’m as cute as a black button and so snuggly and friendly. So what if I do the occasional bit of landscaping and sit in it to cool off? Give me a sandpit and I’ll landscape that. Now I may be a hill billy compared to my sleek brindle brother but everyone knows black goes with everything anyway – pick the underdog and I won’t disappoint you! Contact info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

  • DOB:22.09.12
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: Not Tested
  • Other Dogs: Friendly
  • Children: Friendly
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Alexander the Greyt (Homed)

Hi I’m Alexander the Greyt. I’m the class clown, a goofy loveable giraffe on roller skates that you will fall in love with instantly! I adore tiny humans – they are great fun and I would love to have some of those in my new family. My favourite toy is my red dumbbell which I carry around everywhere, but I would be really happy if there were more toys at your house. I am super friendly and get along with other dogs really well. If you have a couch for me at your place get in touch with the volunteers info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

  • DOB:22.09.12
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Other Dogs: Friendly
  • Children: Friendly
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Rupert

Rupert is kindly sponsored by Jaci, Rob & Max.

 

Hi I’m Rupert, and I’m looking for a home that keep me in style. I like to dine alone, so not kiddies that will disturb my degustation time thanks! I am good with other greyhounds, and I love the ladies but I have yet to meet other breeds. I have the best buns of steel you will ever see and I’m not afraid to show them off. Seriously, I need to be in GQ or something, maybe you can be my agent? If you want a lean, clean, roaching machine I may be the hound for you.  Get in touch with the matchmakers info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

  • DOB: 26.02.13
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Other Dogs: Greyhounds good, other breeds TBC
  • Children: Older children best

Rupert is kindly sponsored by Jacki, Rob and Max 

 

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Reece (homed)

Hi I’m Reece. I’m just a really nice boy, the kind of boy a girl doggy would take home to meet her pawrents! I am great with other dogs and very friendly. Small humans are ok by me, so if you have some of those at your house I can live with those. After I have got over the excitement of going for a WALK (yeah, yeah, love those give me lots of those) I am good on lead. I’m also a really gentle eater and nibble softly out of your hands if you give me a bikkie. If you think I could match your family get in touch with the matchmakers info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

 

  • DOB:16.4.13
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: not tested
  • Other Dogs: Good
  • Children: Good

 

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Ziggy (homed)


Hi, I’m Ziggy! I can be a little timid at first, but once I get to know you, I’m friendly as can be and I’ll even flash you one of my dazzling smiles! Once I come out of my shell, you’ll be able to see my quirky personality shine!  I love to give you grins if you say cheese, it may look scary but I’m just so HAPPY to see you! When I’ve finished my meal I like to take my bowl somewhere else – I’d put it in the sink for washing up but I just can’t reach it! Did I mention that I’m great with kids too? As long as I have my own quiet space where I can get used to being in a home.

If you think I may be your perfect match get in touch with the volunteers info@greyhoundrescue.com.au

  • DOB: 30.7.15
  • Microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Located in Sydney
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Other Dogs: Good with dogs of all sizes
  • Children: Good

 

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Volunteer of the Month – March

Dicken

No doubt about it, we wish there were more people like this in the world!

Meet Dicken. He is the sort of person that goes about his volunteering work quietly in the background, doing his thing. He’s the sort of volunteer that when we find mysterious but much needed items at kennels that seem to have come from thin air (buckets, bags, etc) it’s a bet Dicken is behind it because he never makes a fuss about his contributions! Thank you Dicken for everything you do!

1.When and how did you first get involved with GR?
I started volunteering at the current kennels about 18 months ago. I came across GR when I was looking for a greyhound to adopt a few years ago and used to help out at the previous GR kennel which was smaller and as well equipped as the current one.
 
2.Do you have any greyhounds or dogs of your own?
I used to have a greyhound but sadly it passed away about 20 months ago. Before that I had two golden retrievers. I’m looking to adopt another one hopefully in the very near future (a greyhound of course).
 
3.What do you find most challenging about GR?
I guess the most challenging part of GR is to change people’s misconception about greyhounds. Many people still think greyhounds are vicious animals because they are muzzled when they are out in public or when they race and because of that some people don’t see greyhounds as family pets. But gladly due to the recent publicity of greyhound racing and the on-going education from animal charity groups such as GR, more and more people now realize greyhounds can be wonderful family pets.
 
4.Why do you support GR as opposed to other rescue groups?
I was researching greyhounds a while ago when I was looking to adopt one and came across GR and was really impressed by the effort and determination of Peter and Janet (founders of GR) in saving abandoned greyhounds. Being a small non-profit charity organization without any government subsidies they rely heavily on help from volunteers and sponsors/donors.
 
5.When your friends or family find out that you volunteer what do they say or ask?
They are really supportive and love to know more about greyhounds. Some are even considering greyhounds as they next pets!
 
6.What would you tell someone who is thinking about volunteering
You won’t regret it. Thinking about what the dogs went through before they arrive at GR and seeing the transformation the dogs make at GR will bring a smile to your face and your heart.
 
7.What do you do when you aren’t volunteering or working?
Chillaxing and sleeping.
 
8. What might someone be surprised to learn about you
I love coffee. I may have 6-7 cups of ristretto a day and still manage to fall asleep on the couch by 8PM!
 
9. If you could use three words only to describe greyhounds, what would they be?
Lazy, easy-going, funny.
 
10. And lastly, who is your favourite kennel kid at the moment and why!
They’re all my favourites but if I really have to pick one it’d be Humphrey. Whenever he sees you he can’t wait to jump up to give you lots of kisses on your face (and muddy paw prints on your shirt on a rainy day).
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Upcoming Events

Our volunteers are often out and about in the community – check here for events coming up through the year!

2017 Events

Check back often to see what’s coming in 2017

August

Saturday 5th – Sunday 6th: Dog Lovers Show Sydney
Royal Hall of Industries and the Hordern Pavillion

More info closer to the event!

October

Sunday 22: Mosman Pets Day Out
Mosman Square and Village Green
10am – 2pm
This is a free event. More details closer to the event.

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