Available Dogs

*As of 9/4/2020 we have limited openings for new adoption applications* 

With all of the changes happening there are just not that many Greyhounds available for adoption.  However, we have been able to get enough dogs to whittle down our wait list enough to start accepting some applications.  That being said, we are limiting applications to people who have previously adopted greyhounds or have greyhound experience (a great way to get greyhound experience without owning one is to volunteer! We always need help out at our kennel).  In addition, people who own a home with a fenced yard and have at least some large dog experience can now submit applications.

There will still be a bit of a wait as most of the dogs have not been vetted yet, so please be patient as it still could be a month or two before we can match you to the perfect hound.

We thank you for your interest in these amazing hounds and we hope to continue to find homes for retired Greyhounds from Ireland once the COVID restrictions have been lifted on flights to the US.

 

Welcome to our Adoptable Dogs Page. This is not a complete list of all our dogs, but a representation. Some dogs may not be listed on the site yet because they haven’t been to “picture day”. Or, they may not be listed if their medical procedures such as spay/neuter and dental have not been completed. The best way to get to start the adoption process is to complete an adoption application.   Our priority is finding the perfect home for each individual dog, so by learning about your situation (home, lifestyle, kids, other pets, etc.) we are able to make a better match.

We do ask for your patience as the adoption process can take a minimum of 4-6 months.  The demand for adopting currently far exceeds the supply of available retired Greyhounds, so we do have a waiting list for the dogs we are able to bring into our program.  As we focus on finding the perfect home for each dog, the wait may be longer depending on your particular situation (i.e. apartment living, must be an only dog, must be able to live with other dogs, cats or other pets, children, etc).  Adopting a Greyhound is well worth the wait!