Category Archives: Media Coverage

Illawarra Mercury – Greyhound Rescue kennels full and desperately seeking adoptive parents

The Illawarra Mercury, a tabloid daily (circ. 39K), covered a Dapto couple who adopted a male greyhound from GR. Greyhound Rescue are desperately seeking new homes for more than 50 dogs in their care, with their kennels now full. Spokeswoman Fiona Chisholm said the not-for-profit animal welfare group cannot take on any more dogs until […]

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Better Homes & Gardens – Why you should adopt a greyhound in April

Australian Better Homes and Garden Magazine (with a national monthly readership of 2,339,000) ran a small item about the greyhound breed.  

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The Wollondilly Advertiser – Time to say thanks to Macarthur volunteers

There is no doubt about it – Macarthur is home to some very generous volunteers. This week is a chance to recognise the efforts of those dedicated people. National Volunteers Week allows locals to celebrate and acknowledge the work of Macarthur’s volunteers. Campbelltown Meals on Wheels volunteer Sue Murrell has only been working with the organisation for […]

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Canberra Weekly Magazine – Couple recommend greyhound adoption

Canberra Weekly Magazine is a free magazine read by over 96,400 Canberrans. Greyhound Rescue (GR) says adopting a greyhound can change your life for the better. Yarralumla locals, Margie and Rob Cuttell, adopted Ellie (then six years old, now 10) from GR. They urge people to open their hearts and homes to this beautiful breed. It […]

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Camden Advertiser – Greyhound adoption month a big success

The Camden Advertiser reaches 20.7K readers and covers the areas of Cobbitty, Currans Hill, Elderslie, Ellis Lane, Gregory Hills, Harrington Park, Mt Annan, Narellan, Narellan Vale, Oran Park, Smeaton Grange and Spring Farm.  Annie the greyhound had been looking for her perfect human for the past few years – and in April she found her. […]

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Camden-Narellan and Wollondilly Advertisers: Greyhound Rescue bring happy hounds to Paws in the Park

The weekly Advertisers (Campbelltown-Macarthur, Camden-Narellan, Wollondilly) ith a combined circulation of 80,061 – all covered Greyhound Rescue’s invitation to the public to come and meet a greyhound at Paws in the Park event Residents interested in adopting or fostering a rescue greyhound will be able to experience ‘hound love’ firsthand on Sunday, May 6 at Camden Paws in the Park. Greyhound Rescue […]

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Macarthur Vet Group – This April ‘Adopt-a-Greyhound’

Macarthur Vet devoted their weekly column to Adopt-a-Greyhound-Month for two consecutive weeks. It appears in The District Reporter, an independent weekly newspaper  (circulation 16,900) covering Camden and Wollondilly.

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Inner West Courier – Newtown woman fosters greyhounds to redress family’s past in racing

The Inner West Courier, a News Ltd suburban paper, reaches 42,561 each week, covered two of our foster carers in Newtown. Greyhound foster couple Laurina and Michael Chilcott are a familiar sight to anyone who walks their pooch around Newtown. The Greyhound Rescue ambassadors can be found most days at Camperdown Memorial Park with their […]

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The Macarthur Chronicle – April is ‘Adopt a Greyhound Month’

The Macarthur Chronicle, a News Ltd surburban newspaper, reaches 75.849 readers each week and covered two of our adopters, the Fenatos, in its Campbelltown edition. April is ‘Adopt a Greyhound Month’ and Harrington Park adopters, Elisa and Alex Fenato, encourage people to open their hearts and homes to the lovely breed. The couple adopted greyhound […]

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2RRR, Let’s Get Local – Adopt-a-Greyhound-Month Interview

Community radio station 2RRR Let’s Get Local Show interviewed GR’s Peter Flann. Their signal reaches from Gladesville to Camden. Visit website »  

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