We all know that greyhounds have quirks: smiling, roaching, and rooing are just a few of the things that we love about our hounds! But greyhounds also have some unique medical idiosyncrasies that you should know about and share with your vet. We think this handbook is a great resource from Greyhound Adoption of Ohio, Inc. and the Greyhound Health Initiative. Check it out here.
Check out our newest edition of In the Loop, the Greyhound Options newsletter! Check out our adoptable dogs, and catch up on the activities of our Board, plus hear about our spring event, Spring Fling, from Zorro the greyhound! Catch a peek below, or read the whole thing here.
Melody is a 3 year old red female who came to GO in February. She is small and sweet, a big smiler and someone who enjoys having people around. She seems to be cat workable.
Zang is a 7 year old former brood mom who came to GO in February. She is very easy-going and quiet, likes her toys and gets along with all the other dogs in her foster home. She does not seem to be cat workable.
Lexington is a 6 year old black tuxedo male who came to GO in February. He is used to home life and is interested in everything around him. He is confident and smart and does not seem to be cat workable.
Skate is a 2 1/2 year old red male who came to GO in February. He is easy-going and playful. He is getting along with other breeds of dogs in his foster home and seems to be cat workable.
Torque is a 3 year old brindle male who came to GO in November. He has a touch of arthritis in his back leg due to a previous injury but walks and runs with no problem. He is gentle and sweet with an easy-going personality. Torque seems to be cat workable.
Hootie is a 3 year old lively, bouncy red brindle female who is enjoying every minute of her retirement. She would love company in her new home along with some canine companions to play with. She is very affectionate and easy-going and does not seem to be cat workable.