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: 3/20/12 Color: Red Gender: Male Housed where: Foster Cats?: Yes Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:I'm Timber. They tell me I look like a fox and if I was a girl, they would have named me Foxy! Thank goodness I'm a boy dog! I'm having fun in foster so far. There are lots of other dogs here and so many new things to see.
I met some kitties today and they seemed nice. The lady seemed really happy that I liked the kitties and said I'm find a forever home really quickly. Yay! I generally like everyone and everything so it wasn't hard...
Born: 10/21/12 Color: Brindle with White Gender: Female Housed where: Foster Cats?: Yes Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:Auntie Liz picked me up at the track earlier this week and drove me to a lady's house. I've never seen a house before so it was really interesting. There were a bunch of other greyhounds and I got to play in the yard.
The other greyhounds told me I will move into a different foster home soon and then a forever home. I'm really excited about living in a house, spending time with people who pet me and play with me, and exploring the world outside the track!
Born: 9/26/11 Color: Brindle Gender: Female Housed where: Foster Cats?: No Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: coming_soon
About me:I ran as fast as I could during a race, then something in side me twisted the wrong way and I got really sick, really fast. My kennel person drove me to the doggie emergency room and SA GREYS agreed to take care of me.
I had surgery to remove my spleen and tack my stomach in place so it can't twist again. I feel great now and am having fun running around the house with my foster brother and sister greyhounds. I can't wait to have my very own forever home and people!
Born: 5/12/11 Color: Red Gender: Male Housed where: Foster Cats?: No Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: available
About me:I'm Astro. I pulled a muscle so I had to stop running races. Now I'm just relaxing in a foster home, practicing to be a good pet. So far I really like retirement. I'm napping a lot so my leg will heal quickly. I want to be able to run and play with my forever people, so I'm being good now. I'm going to have my no puppies surgery on January 23, so I'll be rested and ready to go home with you on the 24th. You'd better fill out the adoption application now. From what I hear, I really cute....
Born: 9/23/11 Color: Black Gender: Female Housed where: Foster Cats?: No Small Dogs?: No Status: available
About me:My new pet name is Raven. I LOVE being a foster dog! When my foster mom is at work I play with my new toys and nap on a doggie bed. My foster brother, Walter, keeps me company. When my foster mom comes home, I wag with all my might because I like spending time with her. She says I'm a sweet girl and I'll find a forever home in no time. I'm having my no puppies surgery this week, so I'll be available soon...
Born: 11/01/12 Color: Black Gender: Female Housed where: Foster Cats?: No Small Dogs?: Unknown Status: available
About me:My new name is Holly. Noel and Joy probably already told you, but I'm the wild child. I LOVE running at full speed, chasing toys and playing tug-of-war.
There's a rumor that once we go to a foster or forever home, we get to go for long walks and to run around in dog parks. Yippee!! I'm ready to roll, so come on down to the kennel and get me!