About Greyhounds

Greyhounds are very clean, intelligent and big couch potatoes sleeping approximately 18 hours a day. Click below to learn more about this ancient breed.

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Adoptable Greyhounds

All of our Adoptable Greyhounds are in foster homes where they are learning about retired life. Enjoy reading about our current adoptable greyhounds.

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Adoption Application

ADOPTION APPLICATIONS ARE NOT BE ACCEPTED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

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Events

Want to meet some greyhounds? Greyhound foster dogs and ambassadogs would love to meet you! So come out and meet the dogs and their people!

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MEET BILL

Bill is a sweet, energetic, strong, lovable, goofy boy who loves walks and scouting for squirrels.   Click here for more information.


RESOURCES

Cat Training

Feeding Raw

Dog Parks

Additional Resources


EFFECTIVE 10/5/2020, GREYHOUND WELFARE IS NOT ACCEPTING ADOPTION APPLICATIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.



FUNDRAISER FOR FOSTER KATIE
OUR BROKEN LEG GIRL

Greyhound Welfare is pleased to share the news that a very special foster has entered our program. Katie, a young lady with a beautiful red coat, has a broken leg. Greyhound Welfare will pay for Katie’s medical expenses and rehabilitation. Once Katie is healthy and strong, she will participate in our program to be adopted by a Forever Family. As you know, GW runs on love, volunteer power, and the support of family and friends like you. Please consider contributing to our mini fundraising campaign to offset the cost of Katie’s treatment. Excess donations will be used for the benefit of all our foster dogs.  Financial donations can be made in one of two ways –

1 – Check made payable to Greyhound Welfare Inc mailed to
POB 27, Spencerville MD 20868

2 – Pay Pal Donate Button Below





Critical Time for Alone Training
With most of us staying at home due to Covid-19, we are spending a lot of time with our dog(s).  Although comforting for both human and pet, spending too much time together is prime breeding ground for separation anxiety and associated behavioral problems.  Please practice daily alone training with your dog(s).  Details HERE