…a chapter of Greyhound Pets of America, the largest greyhound adoption network in the world.
GPA-Greater Cincinnati is a 501(c)3 corporation organized completely by volunteers who are dedicated to finding responsible, loving homes for professional racing greyhounds who no longer qualify to compete at the racetrack”.
How you can Help?
We are always looking for greyt fosters.
They are the backbone of our organization without whom we could not bring up dogs
Placing a dog in a foster situation does so much to help transition the greyhound
to its new life.
401(grey) – It’s a greyhound retirement program. For a one time donation of $50,
the donor can name the dog they want to sponsor and we will thank them on our sponsor
page. Another way to donate is a repeating monthly donation.
Did you know
that a lot of companies have matching gift programs for
Check with your
HR Dept. to see if your company does and you can double your donation to us.
You wouldn’t be on this site if you weren’t at least curious about adopting a greyhound.
You may be well-versed in greys, or you have heard something about them, or you
are simply looking for a dog to adopt. In any case, let us offer a bit of information
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Covenant Village Rehabilitation Center
has gone to the greyhounds!
For quite a while now, Joan, Connie, and occasionally Cindy have been making twice
monthly visits with their hounds to visit the patients. Under the guidance of the
activities director, Karen, they go from room to room to say hello to those interested
in seeing the hounds. Many of these folks have dogs at home or have had dogs in
their lives at some point. Getting to love on the greyhounds gives them a great
feeling. We enjoy talking to them and hearing the stories they share about their
pets. Over time, we have gotten to the point of getting requests from the longer-term
patients and others who wouldn't want to miss our visits for anything! "Be sure
to bring the greyhounds to see me!" they will say. It has been so very gratifying
for all, and the hounds have been doing a tremendous job. We hope to continue this
enjoyable community service for a long time to come!