Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Adoption & Rescue Adoption & Rescue

Adoption & Rescue

These links will take you to some of the many groups that support Greyhound adoption and rescue.

The Greyhound Project

The Greyhound Project would like to show you how retired racing Greyhounds become wonderful pets. We have assembled tons of information to help you learn more about them so please take a moment to explore our site. Hopefully, you'll join the thousands of people who have discovered that their adopted friend is one of the nicest and most affectionate pets they've ever had!

Greyhound Pets of America

The purpose of Greyhound Pets of America(GPA) is to find responsible loving homes for Greyhounds, to acquaint the public with the desirability of Greyhounds as pets, and to inform them of the availability of Greyhounds for adoption.

Central Illinois Greyhound Adoption

Central Illinois Greyhound Adoption (CIGA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, staffed by volunteers and funded by donations, grants and sales. We are a support group that moves greyhounds from the Mystique Greyhound Park & Casino in Dubuque, Iowa to adoption groups in the United States and Canada. We also take in broken leg or otherwise injured greyhounds, rehabilitate them and when ready, most are adopted thru Greyhounds Only.

Midwest Greyhound Adoption

Midwest Greyhound Adoption is a local not-for-profit, organization from Sugar Grove, IL founded in 1991. We are comprised of 100% volunteers, dedicated to the rescue and adoption of retired racing greyhounds.

Italian Greyhound Rescue of the Midwest

Rescuing the little guys!

The Greyhound Alliance

The Greyhound Alliance is dedicated to greyhound welfare, facilitating greyhound rescue and adoption, and furthering education and support for greyhound owners, potential adopters, and the community at large. Whether through education, fundraising, or more hands-on efforts like transport and placement, we are committed to doing our part.

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