Available Greyhounds

Here are a few of the available greyhounds. Click the more link at the bottom for a complete list.

Sewickley Memorial Day Parade 5/25

Going Home Greyhounds will be participating in the Sewickley Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 25, 2015. Line up is behind St. James Catholic Church at 246 Broad Street, Sewickley (previously the location of the Post #4 American Legion) at 10:00am sharp. The parade route is approximately a mile long and winds throughout the town. Please wear a Going Home Greyhounds shirt. There will be a picnic after the Sewickley Memorial Day Parade at War Memorial Park in Sewickley. The picnic is for the hounds and humans representing Going Home Greyhounds in the parade.

Wooftrax Walk for a dog

The Walk for a Dog program is a dog-powered fundraising tool for animal organizations and rescues. Support Going Home Greyhounds simply by walking your greyhound! Go to Wooftrax and click "get the app" at the top of the page, install the free Android or iPhone app, and start taking your Walk for a Dog every day. Change the animal organization you are walking for to Going Home Greyhounds in the setup tab of the app for iPhone users, or in the settings menu for Android users

Amazon.smile

Everytime you shop through Amazon, a percentage of your purchases will be donated to Going Home Greyhounds. List Going Home Greyhounds as your preferred charity.
Click on http://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-2914530

Greyhound Clinic in Pa

Dear Greyhound Adoption group members. I wanted to share with you that as of December 2013, I will be seeing Greyhounds and other sighthounds at Metzger Animal Hospital, State College, PA. Initially I will limit the visits to medicine, surgery, and oncology patients, but we will be opening a Greyhound Wellness and Dental Clinic with the MAH Team in the near future.

Pay It Forward

Walk into the adoption kennel at Wheeling Downs, and see the walls lined with crates, stacked in two tiers. Each crate holds a greyhound—brindle, fawn, white with markings, black… One by one, those dogs come out of the crates for an “audition.” Each one is wonderful in its own way. One is happy and bouncy, one just wants to be cuddled, one has a injured leg but doesn't care, one has a tail that won't stop wagging…. And they all have those sad, pleading eyes. You want to take them all, but you have to pick just one because you don't have foster homes for more.

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