Jeramiah, racing name Shinnagh Brae, is a beautiful 4-year-old boy who just arrived from Ireland and is looking forward to retirement.Jeramiah is a sweet, quiet boy of low to medium energy. He is outgoing, although perhaps cautious at times. He likes to give little kisses and get his ears scratched. He can be very playful with his toys.
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Dog Parks and Fun Runs
Saturday 03/2/2024 11am – 1pm
Weber’s Pet Supermarket, 2280 Hunters Woods Plaza, Reston, VA
Foster Dogs Attending: Jeramiah
Saturday 03/16/2024 11am – 1pm
Unleashed-Petco – 3134 Olney Sandy Spring Rd, Olney MD
Greyhound Welfare is not accepting adoption applications from homes with cats.
RETIRED NOT RESCUED
Racing Greyhounds do not need rescuing. When they retire, racing greyhounds are ready to be adopted and settle into their forever homes. Please respect these highly trained athletes for their accomplishments and don’t refer to a racing greyhound as needing to be rescued. They need to be adopted.
NGA Certificates Available for Your Hound
If you own an ex-racing greyhound, your dog has papers! You can now register your greyhound with the officIal North American greyhound registry, The National Greyhound Association. A portion of the purchase of each certificate goes to a greyhound adoption group of your choice. This is a win-win for everybody in the world of greyhound adoption.