Fostering a Greyhound
Are you a current greyhound or dog owner who has room in their heart and home to add another dog on a temporary basis?

Have you thought about adopting a greyhound, but you're not completely sure about whether a greyhound is the right breed for you?

Are you interested in adopting a greyhound, but not quite ready for a permanent commitment?

If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, please consider becoming a foster parent to one of our deserving hounds.

GPAD does not have a kennel, so all of our dogs go into foster homes before going to their forever homes. Foster families teach the dogs how to transition from the racetrack or farm to becoming a loving family pet. They are the key to our adoption program – we can only bring in as many dogs as we have foster homes for. All of our foster dogs have been spayed or neutered before they arrive and are up to date on all immunizations.

If you are interested in becoming a foster family or just want to get more information about the process, please contact:

Gail Rys
President & Foster Coordinator
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(302) 731-2668