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We prepare newly retired racing greyhounds for life as cherished family members.
We give each of the greyhounds in our care basic training and teach them house manners. We firmly believe that providing a stable home environment is best for all newly retired greyhounds. All of the available dogs are treated as members of our family until they are adopted and we can focus on each dog's needs and provide individualized care as well as a detailed description of each dog's behavior and temperament.
Giving a newly retired racer individualized care, training and attention makes the adoption process easier on both the dog and their new family. We do whatever it takes to make sure the dogs are as healthy and safe as possible while they are waiting to find their forever homes. We rely on donations to help pay for the top quality food, supplements, veterinary services and other items needed to run our rescue the right way.
We are a non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (C) (3) organization. One hundred percent of all donations are used for the vetting, feeding and welfare of the greyhounds in our care.
Senior and Special Needs dogs have a very special place in our hearts. We have recently created a sanctuary program, taking in seniors and special needs dogs that are not easily adoptable due to advanced age and/or medical issues. They have a safe and comfortable environment to live out their remaining years and receive all the love and attention they deserve.
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