Thinking about adopting a greyhound? You've come to the right place.
Most of our available dogs come from the dog track in South Tucson. Although some retired race dogs are from Mexico. It's not important where they come from. What is important is where they go. Our job is to find these deserving dogs forever homes.
The dogs on this page are either at our kennel or in foster homes. Before any dog can be adopted they have to be spayed or neutered and cat tested for living in homes with cats. Dogs spend a few weeks or more in a foster home learning the ropes of home living and interacting with family members.
You can start by completing an adoption application and meeting the hounds at Meet & Greets around town (link to calendar). Do your research to determine if a greyhound is the right pet for you/your family.
If you're not sure a greyhound is right for you, consider becoming a foster home (foster application link) to find out.
Born: 9/06/11 Color: Red Brindle Gender: Male Housed where: Foster Cats?: Unknown Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:I'm Downey. I dislocated my shoulder when I was racing other greyhounds. My doctor at VSCOT popped it back into place and gave me a cool looking sling. I gave them kisses in return, but I think they're still going to want money from Jackie's Fund.
The vets at VSCOT are awesome doctors and surgeons, but not the greatest photographers. I'm MUCH cuter than these photos indicate.
Born: 1/01/13 (?) Color: Black Gender: Female Housed where: Foster Cats?: Yes Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:Aura is a "greyhound mix" who was turned into PACC. SA GREYS partnered with PACC to foster Aura, and find her a good home.
I'm Aura. I just moved into a foster home where I live with a male greyhound and kitties. I like my new foster dad and foster siblings. Everyone keeps telling me I need to put on some weight before I get adopted, so I'm going to focus on carb loading. I'll be ready to go home with you in no time!
Born: 7/21/12 Color: Red Gender: Male Housed where: Foster Cats?: Unknown Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:I'm Diesel. I broke my leg when I was racing other greyhounds. Auntie Liz picked me up right away and took me to VSCOT to see the dog doctor. At first I thought the doctor was going to be a dog! I was relieved when the doctor was a person, and I was just confused. I had surgery on Friday so I should be better soon. (Thanks Jackie's Fund contributors!)
I tried to play with a fluffy dog in the lobby at VSCOT but Auntie Liz wouldn't let me, so I just lay down and pouted. I'm hoping my foster family will let me play with other dogs once my leg is healed. If my leg looks good tomorrow, I get to leave VSCOT and start my life as a pet. YAY!
Born: 8/1/12 Color: Black Gender: Female Housed where: Foster Cats?: Unknown Small Dogs?: Yes Status: coming_soon
About me:I'm Crystal. Well, I'm actually not crystal, I'm just named Crystal. My foot broke like it was crystal. The nice doctors at VSCOT are going to put my foot back together on Wednesday. Thanks Jackie's Fund!
The good news is I got to move into foster right away because I broke my foot. So far, it's fun. I have two boy greyhounds and a girl whippet to hang around with, and a orange, fuzzy thing they tell me is a dog. I'm not really sure about that, but whatever she is, she seems nice. The best part of foster is the people. I want to be with that all the time. They give pets, walk me around the yard, and give me yummy food. I think I'm going to like being a pampered pet.
Born: 1/21/13 Color: Light Brindle Gender: Male Housed where: Kennel Cats?: Unknown Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: pending
About me:I'm Keeper and I"m a keeper. Everyone says I'm "striking." I'm not sure what that means, but they say it in a happy voice so I assume it's a good thing. I'm only one year old and love to play with my toy during turnout. I also like getting soft pets. I'm super excited to find my forever family so I can chase toys and get soft pets any time I want!
Born: 9/20/10 Color: Red Brindle Gender: Male Housed where: Kennel Cats?: Unknown Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:I'm Peyton. Picasso, my brother, had a "happy tail," so he had to move into foster right away. His tail healed and his foster family decided to keep him forever. I have taken the first step in following his lead. I am banging my tail against the kennel walls as hard as I can, and I've developed happy tail. (It wasn't difficult because I'm a really happy guy and I have a long tail.) Next step, foster home!! Come get me. I'd hate to lose my beautiful tail...