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Adopt A Greyhound

Every greyhound needs a home, but not every home needs a greyhound. We do not adopt our greyhounds as first come first served; but rather, we make an educated and conscientious attempt in matching the right dog with the right home.

In an effort to match each greyhound with his or her best possible home, Arizona Greyhound Rescue has a multi-step adoption process that allows our volunteers to get to know potential adopters, and to provide the information and support necessary to ensure a successful placement. Read more about the adoption process

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Foster A Greyhound

Arizona Greyhound Rescue is in constant need of foster homes for Tucson greyhounds while they await adoption.

Short-term and long-term foster possibilities are available

Supportive foster network

Approved medical care and supplies provided

Read more about the foster process,
call (520) 886-7411
or email
foster@azgreyhoundrescue.org

Be a Mentor

What does the mentoring program accomplish? It is an attempt to ensure a successful and lasting adoption by providing support, resources, and information to new adopters in the first critical days and weeks of a new adoption. Read more about our mentor program


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Adopted Hounds (361 - 390)

We have adopted 46 hounds to date in 2016!

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Star12/09

Born: Aug/2006
Color: Red Fawn
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I'm one happy outgoing tail wagger that loves to play with other dogs. They call me Star. I'm very affectionate and enjoy being around people, so petting me is a must to keep my tail wagging. I'm also cat tolerant so kitty and I will make a good twosome. We might even do a little soft shoe shuffle close to dinner time so you will give us extra treats. I'm in great physical shape, weigh 81 lbs. and have a hearty appetite for premium chow. I love to snooze on my back with my legs splayed - we greyhounds call that roaching - it means we are contented and relaxed. So if you're looking for a well adjusted roaching greyhound, I'm your boy.

Bebe

Born: Nov/2002
Color: Fawn
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Bebe is a sweet, loving dog to everyone she meets. She loves to play and would do well in a home with respectful children. Bebe is oblivious to loud or unusual noises and, when left alone for a couple of hours, is well behaved in the home so she is not crated. Her foster Dad says that Bebe does not bark and is house trained and savvy with the doggie door. A ride in the car is one of her favorite things with walking a close second. She pulls a little on the leash and her prey drive makes her alert to small critters so she probably is not compatible with cats or tiny dogs. While Bebe doesn't always respond to her name, she will come when her foster Dad whistles or if she sees that he's calling her. Bebe has learned the commands: 'No,' 'Lay Down,' and 'Outside.'

Sketch

Born: 1/2005
Color: Super dark Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My name is Sketch. I enjoy walks, riding in the car and smiling. I smile a lot because I am an exuberant and happy hound! I am house trained and know how to use a doggie door. I do best with company, so ditto to what my buddy Donnie said!

Donnie

Born: 10/2003
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
Hi. My name is Donnie and I enjoy walks, hanging out with my human friends and being coddled. I'm also house trained. And I will tell you that Sketch is my buddy and we would love to be adopted together! You have room in your heart for two hounds, right?

 

 

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