Mission Statement of Greyhound Adoption of Greater Rochester, NY

Greyhound Adoption of Greater Rochester, NY, is a racing neutral non-profit 501(C)(3) all volunteer organization. We believe every greyhound retired from racing deserves the chance for a real home and loving family. Our goal is to bring hounds and homes together. 

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To that end, we will make every effort to provide information on not only the unique qualifications of greyhound adoption, but on realistic expectations as well ... to offer ongoing support and guidance to those families who have made an educated, responsible commitment to adopt ...and to hold the welfare and well-being of the greyhounds above all other considerations.

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  • Transport Completed Today Four new dogs have been adopted and one is pending; see info about them at Available and pictures under Photos shortly.[UPDATE] Dutch Riley is not cat safe; he has been moved under 'Available'
    Posted Aug 27, 2017, 3:15 PM by Erica Erkkila
  • Adoption news Oaks Quigley (Squiggy) has been adopted! Also, we had a transport come in today and there are now two cat friendly brindle girls in foster homes--see Available for more info!
    Posted Jun 11, 2017, 1:37 PM by Erica Erkkila
  • Updates We have a new memorial posted for Foley VanDemark. We're very sorry for his family's loss. :(  In other news, there are two dogs in foster and listed as Available. One is a courtesy listing for The Sighthound Underground; both are cat friendly boys. If they're not adopted before then, you can meet them at the annual GAGR picnic on Saturday June 3 at Black Creek Park in North Chili.
    Posted May 26, 2017, 7:01 PM by Erica Erkkila
  • New Dogs! Four new retired racers have arrived in Rochester today. Two have been adopted and the other two are Available.
    Posted May 7, 2017, 1:09 PM by Erica Erkkila
  • Applications; Discussion Group; Memorials GAGR got in three new dogs over this past weekend; two were adopted immediately and a third is pending adoption (see Available for details). Ruby is still available to a non-cat (or possibly cat workable) home. Remember, if you're looking for a new family greyhound, your first step should be to put in an application at Volunteer & Adoption Forms. The same goes if you wish to try fostering for the group. Remember--GAGR does not run a kennel. We can only ask for as many dogs as we have approved applications and foster homes available to take them in. If nobody applies or volunteers to foster, we don't get any new dogs. There is never going to ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2017, 7:05 PM by Erica Erkkila
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