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Anne
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Female
73 years old
About Me
Adopted my first greyhound in October 1990. Then I was hooked on this wonderful breed. They kept my mom company for many years until she passed in 2001. My dear Maggie Moo was named after her as I adopted her exactly 1 year after my mom passed. I can't say how special she was to me! Lily joined our family (Flash & Bitzie) in April 2014. Over the years I have learned and shared so much information with greyhound friends (they are all very special).

Beryl
Member
Female
About Me

LOVE GREYHOUNDS, SEWING FOR THEM AND HELPING THOSE IN TROUBLE

75 years old, born in UK, currently have 2 greys, lost my dh in 2009. 



Dana
Member
Female
54 years old

Lisa Viens
Member
Female
About Me

I LOVE......My Greyhound, "Nephi".  He's my baby boy :) He brings my husband and I great joy everyday! And.....he loves the snow in Alaska. He enjoys running in it and bouncing around.

 

 



Maggie
Member
Female

Mary Z.
Member
Female
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Pat
Member
Female
About Me

I love, love, love Greyhounds!  I am a foster for Greyhound Welfare and I foster sit and just plain ole furbaby sit Greys.  I am owned by Jack and Odie at present.  Gus passed in September and Peach passed a few years ago.  I am what they call the "rehome" adopter!  I had to stop fostering because I got picked by all my furbabies. 

I can volunteer for your organization on occasion.



Terry
Member
Female
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Tiffany
Member
Female
37 years old
About Me
Was rescued by a greyt in 2012, I've never looked back!

Verna
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Female
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ellen
Member
Female

tiggersmom
Member
Female
About Me

Healing Touch Student, involed with Greyhounds for thirty years, Lives at Roo Ranch with six greythounds ranging in ages from 2,3.4.5,6 and 12. Specialize in Special needs hounds.

Phlosophy - Any thing worth having is well worth the work and the time it takes to develop the trust needed.



Dee Stevenson
Member
Female
65 years old
About Me

I had always wanted a greyhound but thought I would have to travel to Florida to get one. Then I met Hettie at Petco during a Meet & Greet. Needless to say I fell in love with the greyhounds she had there that day, went home, completed my application and waited to be matched up with the right hound. I had my heart set (or at least I thought I did) on a big, handsome, fawn colored male... but then I got a call asking if I would be willing to meet an older, very special greyhound. 

He wasn't anything like the big, strong, male I thought I wanted but it was love at first sight. This grey faced, older, black male and I immediately bonded. I was hooked and I believe he knew it. I think Hettie could see the instant connection I felt for this hound and knew we were the perfect match.

He settled in to my home with no problems what so ever and instantly made my home his home too. A year later, I agreed to adopt a friend for my sweet boy. They have totally different personalities but share the same sweet, gentle demeanor that wll greyhounds seem to possess.

I know this was to be about "me".... well, I am all about my 'boyz' and they are all about 'me'.



Donna
Member
Female
About Me

Hi, I am mom to my two rescued girls.  Sandy is a greyhound/lab mix who graduated from the cell dog program.  I am teaching her to be my mobility dog. I was told Haley is also a greyhound/lab mix but she is half the weight of Sandy.  I have sent away a DNA test kit to see just what makes that bouncey ball of fur so energetic.  I have had many different breeds over the years, Golden and Chesapeake Retrievers that I showed for awhile until I switched to rescued mix breeds of a Shar Pei/Bulldog, a terrier/Poodle mix, a Springer mix, and three chihuahua/maltese.  There is just something about the greyhound personality that I love.  The way Sandy soars around the yard at high speed then comes in to body slam me makes me laugh.. I got Haley to be her running and wrestling companion.  Haley was from Alabama and tied outside by herself her entire life.  When she became pregnant, she was dumped at the shelter.  Sandy and I are teaching her how to be an inside dog.  She is doing good but thinks that the wooden ornaments on the Christmas tree are fair game when they fall on the floor!



Donna Domenick
Member
Female
67 years old

Irma
Member
Female

ele
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Female
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isaace
Member
Male
65 years old

jeanne
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Female

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