Links and Resources
AGA's handbook contains helpful information about fostering or caring for your adopted retired racing greyhound. This handbook is a must-read for anyone interested in adopting a greyhound and is also a valuable resource for addressing new or unfamiliar situations that may arise with your newly-adopted hound.
We encourage you to download a copy by clicking on the link.
Submit our form to have the dog listed on the Helping Lost Pets website. A free flyer will be created for you to use. Our volunteers will also post the dog on our Facebook page and send you an email.
Helping Lost Pets is FREE to use and when you list a pet as Lost or Found, our members in your area are alerted. We also partner with many amazing volunteer groups across the country that will share your listing on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
Greyhound Data provides information about greyhounds from all over the world with pedigree information drawn from the last four centuries.Online are 4,160,561 race results and 2,197,073 greyhound pedigrees.
The mission of The Greyhound Project is to promote the welfare and adoption of greyhounds by providing support and information to adoption organizations, adopters, and the public.
The Greyhound Health Initiative (GHI), a non-profit organization established in 2014, is committed to improving the health of sighthound dogs worldwide through education, research, and accessibility for owners, adopters as well as veterinarians.
The TGA works with several adoption agencies in Texas by providing money through grants, helping find homes for the retired dogs and making sure that all greyhounds are treated humanely.
Retired Racing Greyhounds for Dummies by Lee Livingood
Adopting the Racing Greyhound by Cynthia Branigan