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Brittie

Do you enjoy spending time with bouncy, bubbly people? Maybe you have a family with some bouncy youngsters (only 10 years old or over) on board? Or maybe you’re a bubbly soul yourself, looking for a kindred spirit? If so, Brittie is the greyhound for you! Brittie is the queen of bubbliness and bounciness, brimming over with love and joy. Brittie loves her walks, and bounces along on her lead, getting extra-excited when she says hello to her friends. She gets along okay with her sighthound foster siblings but isn’t a fan of little dogs, and would be happy as an only dog with attentive humans. Brittie is brilliant at climbing stairs (she persisted despite a few tumbles), toileting in the right place, riding in the car and not escaping. She’s getting braver around new people and the big horse next door, but isn’t likely to go well with cats. Brittie has pannus which is easily managed with daily eye drops, and a hilarious overbite that makes her dopey grin even more adorable. Brittie loves being indoors with her people. She’ll sneak onto her foster carer’s child's bed and stay there quietly until she gets found! Brittie can’t hide for long though, with her happy, waggy tail going thump-thump-thump against the walls. This darling girl is bursting with joy to share with the lucky family who adopts her. To find out more, please email us at gumtree.greys@gmail.com or complete our online adoption enquiry form: http://gumtreegreys.com.au/gumtree_greys_adoption_enquiry
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Rodger (Adoption pending)

Rodger loves nothing more then hanging out with his humans whether it's doing chores around the house or chilling out watching tv. He's starting to really enjoy his walks and getting better at walking on lead, he's very gentle and is starting to pick up training very well. Rodger is a happy kind boy and would suit a family much the same. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest!They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Buffy 0421 495 220 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Puppy (Adoption pending)

Puppy is gentle, affectionate, relaxed and easy going. He is great with children and would be a perfect addition to any family, young or an elderly couple. He loves his walks to the local café where he is friendly with strangers. He is a real chatterbox when he’s excited and loves to be around people. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest!They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Buffy 0421 495 220 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Andy

Andy has been in foster care for a short time and he is an absolute joy to care for. He is gentle, loving, quiet, eager to learn and please and is responsive to commands. He mixes perfectly with 4 other greyhounds. He loves food and his walks and is perfect on the lead with no pulling. This beautifully natured boy would be very well suited with a couple or a family. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest!They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Buffy 0421 495 220 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Fluro

Fluro is an endearing, cuddle-bug with gorgeous eyes, and a soft and fluffy coat. He's full of happy energy and is always looking for food and attention. He loves to zoom and play with his foster sis. He is a bit of a dork and a thief, constantly dragging toys, towels, socks, shoes from the bedroom to his den. Fluro is a happy boy and loves to receive lots of pats from children and he has also mastered the stairs. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest! They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Phone Kim on 0403 273 201 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Brother

Brother is a black greyhound with a heart of pure gold. He loves being part of the family, and especially enjoys doting on children. When his foster carers’ nephew dropped by in his wheelchair, Brother wouldn’t leave his side for the whole visit. He’s certain to become a cherished canine brother to any young humans in his forever home. Brother has also taken his greyhound foster sister Rosie into his great big heart, and it would be lovely if the two of them could find a home together – his charm and her feistiness would make a perfect ready-made pair. He is good with small dogs, but hasn’t met cats yet, so we’re not sure enough to recommend him to a home with cats. Brother’s other favourite things are walks, playing chasey with Rosie, leaning into you for a pat, and sneaking onto the bed or stealing food. Well we didn’t say he was perfect…yet! He’s learned things like how to use stairs, floor tiles and car rides very quickly, so we’re sure he’ll pick up house rules with a little more time. Brother is cheeky, friendly, loving and handsome…all the things you’d want a brother to be. Have you got space for him (and maybe Rosie too) in your family? Rosie: https://www.petrescue.com.au/listings/545421 To find out more, please email us at gumtree.greys@gmail.com or complete our online adoption enquiry form: http://gumtreegreys.com.au/gumtree_greys_adoption_enquiry
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Big Red

Big Red is a handsome 5 year old, red fawn coloured boy with a loving, laid back personality. Big Red is highly intelligent and enjoys the finer things in life; sofas, stretches, sleeping and delicious chicken snacks. He loves nothing more than playing with his squeaky toys and has quickly learned how to walk politely on the leash and how to use the stairs. He is fine to be left alone at home during the day, so he would suit a working owner or busy family. He gets on well with dogs of similar size, however would not be ideal with small dogs or cats. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest! They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Phone Kim on 0403 273 201 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Molly (Adoption pending)

I have been in foster care for nearly 5 months, 4 of those have been with what my humans call the Director of the charity. In my time in foster, I have learnt how to get along with 5-6 other dogs. I had an introduction with one of those cat things but I didn't really like it so I have been told I can't go to a home with those feline fur babies. I like to steal things, my foster carer calls me this thing called a kleptomaniac which I don't really know what that means, all I know is that I'm very young and living my life as a puppy and doing what young greyhounds do. I'm just about to turn 2. I steal whatever I can from slippers to post it notes to cookbooks, dog coats, toys, collars and whatever is not tied down. I didn't make it to the race track as I had both of my two back middle toes broken and GNB did the best they could for me and put my best interests at heart and decided to amputate them for me as they wouldn't heal. I know they did the best thing for me. They were worried about me coping with my centre of balance but I get around just fine! Sometime it hurts a lot if I stub it on something. My foster carer kisses and hugs me a lot and tells me that she doesn't want to part with me. She clearly loves me a lot and I love her, I have settled in very well to my foster home. Because I'm still a puppy I like to jump on people when they come over, I still have my L plates on. I don't mean to hurt anyone, I just want to say hi to everyone. I also like to sleep on the bed especially in between my foster mummy and daddy, I love to roach while I'm sleeping. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest! They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Phone Kim on 0403 273 201 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Comet (Adoption pending)

Comet is a very affectionate and loving girl who is extremely gentle. She is in foster care with a family of 5 children, another greyhound and a small dog. She loves attention, however she is also used to being left alone during the day. Comet enjoys the odd zoomie around the yard, however she also likes just lounging around. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest! They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Phone Kim on 0403 273 201 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Captain Morgan

“Captain Morgan” - the gentleman pirate Captain Morgan may look like a pirate, with his black eye patches and seafaring name, but he’s as gentle as a lamb! The Captain has settled calmly into foster care, and has quickly learned the rules of pet life. This soft-natured boy just wants to be loved, and find a home to call his own. Captain Morgan likes a run around his foster carers’ paddock, so would enjoy having a yard in his new home. He gets on well with his canine foster sibling, although he hasn’t yet met any small dogs, so it would be best if any dogs in his forever home were a similar size. He has also not yet met any cats or children. The Captain is happy to amuse himself sunbaking, while his foster carers are out, but if he was an only dog, it would be preferable if his humans worked part-time. Captain Morgan’s other hobbies include goofing around with slippers, demolishing treats, and curling himself into a ball with his head on a pillow! His health is good, with just a few injury niggles from his racing days which are easily managed. The Captain is ready to find that special person to share a lifetime of lazy, happy days. To find out more, please call 0402 616 964 or complete our online adoption enquiry form: http://gumtreegreys.com.au/gumtree_greys_adoption_enquiry
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Jess - adoption pending

Lovely Jess is just loving life as a cruisy and snoozy pet hound. She is enjoying comfortable beds and her toys. Jess is currently in foster care with another greyhound, and loves his company. We think Jess would love a home with another dog, and may suit a home with a high energy breed and Jess is quite playful. All greyhounds re-homed through Friends of the Hound are: desexed vaccinated microchipped intestinal and heartworm treated rehomed with collar, lead, muzzle and a warm dog coat The adoption fee for each greyhound is $340. This adoption fee also includes: 1 year Adult Annual membership to Friends of the Hound 1 year Fur Friend membership to Friends of the Hound Ongoing after adoption advice and support Contact:- Friends of the Hound at enquiries@friendsofthehound.org.au View more information about Friends of the hound Greyhound Adoption program visit http://www.friendsofthehound.org.au/
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Rosie

“Rosie” - fun loving and fearless Rosie has a striking red brindle coat and a firecracker temperament to match! Rosie is fearless, energetic and up for anything, with a love of life that’s incredibly endearing. She enjoys riding in the car with her head out the window (although she still needs some help to get in), and her daily walks are her favourite part of the day. Indoors, Rosie is a big red clown, rubbing her nose along the carpet with her bottom in the air, or snoozing with one white paw draped across her face. Rosie’s playfulness has charmed her greyhound foster sisters, and she’d love to find a home with a fun-loving canine companion. She thinks children (seven or over) are great fun too, but not small dogs or cats – it’s just too tempting to chase them! Rosie is the queen of play - whether it's with children or a medium to large K9 companion. Rosie is looking for a forever family who’ll share in her playfulness and give her plenty of opportunity to live life to the fullest. She would prefer a home where at least one of her humans is around throughout the day. In return, you will receive the love and affection from a dog that has an incredible heart of gold. To find out more about Rosie, please complete our online adoption enquiry form: www.gumtreegreys.com.au/gumtree_greys_adoption_enquiry
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Snowy

Snowy - cool name, warm heart Snowy may have a wintry-sounding name, but his heart is full of sunshine! He is delighted with his new life as a pet, and shows his appreciation by resting his head in his foster carer’s lap, or spinning in circles when it’s dinner time! Snowy is mostly happy having a nice long nap or munching his favourite toy, but is full of energy when it’s time for a walk - especially if there’s a beach involved! He’d love a home where he can have a couple of walks a day, although he doesn’t mind just one on a busy day. Snowy likes company and will need a home with a canine companion. He’s most confident when he’s with his greyhound foster brother, and frets if he’s left downstairs by himself (Snowy has mastered going down stairs, but is still working on getting up them!) He’s curious about small dogs, and may be okay to live with one, but he is too excitable to live with cats. He doesn’t seem to mind having children around (six or over). Snowy has all the basics in place: he’s toilet trained, walks well on a lead and has even had his teeth cleaned. He’s now happy and healthy and very curious about everything life has to offer. Snowy is just right if you’re looking for a fun, furry friend to keep your heart warm this winter - and for many more seasons to come! To find out more about Snowy, please call 0402 616 964 or complete our online adoption enquiry form: http://www.gumtreegreys.com.au/gumtree_greys_adoption_enquiry
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Magic

Magic is a big playful puppy and is a very well-mannered boy. He is great with kids and gets on well with dogs of similar size. Magic loves spending time with the family and enjoys playing guard dog. He is looking to spend his retirement in a loving home. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest! They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Buffy 0421 495 220 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Captain

Since joining a big group of greyhounds in foster care a few months ago, Captain has been loving life - and his teddies! This handsome hound really loves soft toys, to carry around, toss in the air, and snuggle up with. Squeaky toys are a bit too exciting for him, but he is very happy to fetch his tennis ball - he really loves tennis balls, too. In fact, he's pretty enthusiastic about everything in pet life - toys, balls, people, soft beds, and new friends. The only thing he doesn't get too excited about is food - he's not too fussed about his tucker, but does eat quite well once he's trained you on what he likes. You won't have any trouble convincing him to get in the car - he's always keen to go for a drive, whether it's to the park or the vet. In fact, he'd be happy to just sit in the car in the garage, if you'd let him! Like a lot of greyhounds, Captain loves zoomies! He has a couple of manic zoomie bursts a day, then he's quite happy to head back to a comfortable spot and laze in the sun. His ideal home would be one where there are people around most of the day, and he could enjoy a short brisk walk after a drive to the park. And you definitely need to have a car! Captain is such a funny boy with so much love to give. Whoever adopts this handsome boy is so lucky!! All greyhounds re-homed through Friends of the Hound are: desexed vaccinated microchipped intestinal and heartworm treated rehomed with collar, lead, muzzle and a warm dog coat The adoption fee for each greyhound is $340. This adoption fee also includes: 1 year Adult Annual membership to Friends of the Hound 1 year Fur Friend membership to Friends of the Hound Ongoing after adoption advice and support Contact: Friends of the Hound at enquiries@friendsofthehound.org.au View more information about Friends of the hound Greyhound Adoption program visit http://www.friendsofthehound.org.au/
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Peter (Adoption pending)

Meet Peter! Peter is a handsome 4 year born on Christmas Day 2012. He has been in his foster home for 8 weeks now and has settled into retired life extremely well. He gets quite excited about going for a walk but even more excited about coming home and relaxing on the couch. He is happily living with an older greyhound & a 9 year old child at the moment. He can however be shy around some dogs so he is looking for a home with someone who can continue to help boost his confidence. Peter is quite food driven and has been known to help himself to a ceasar salad left unattended. He has not yet been cat tested. Greyhounds are gentle, affectionate, lazy dogs that make wonderful companions for adults and children. They make great pets as although they are the fastest dogs, they are often also described as the laziest!They are truly 70Kmh coach potatoes! They require minimal exercise, one 15 minute walk a day is more than enough for these hounds. Remember, they are sprinters, not marathon runners. Greyhounds can happily spend most of their day asleep. The adoption fee is $375 which includes desexing, vaccination and microchipping. We will bring the greyhound to you for a meet and greet and to assess if your property is suitable for a greyhound. Adoption Group: Greyhounds New Beginnings Contact Information: Buffy 0421 495 220 or email greyhoundsnewbeginnings@gmail.com
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Angel - adoption pending

Angel is a young and happy dog who loves to run and play with toys. Angel will even bring the ball back most of the time! Angel is loving pet life and enjoying things like soft beds, games with toys, walks on lead, and tasty treats. Angel is a little more energetic than other greyhounds, and loves to encourage others to chase her around the yard. Inside the home, Angel is very gentle and always on her best behaviour. This little darling will find a home in no time. All greyhounds re-homed through Friends of the Hound are: desexed vaccinated microchipped intestinal and heartworm treated rehomed with collar, lead, muzzle and a warm dog coat The adoption fee for each greyhound is $340. This adoption fee also includes: 1 year Adult Annual membership to Friends of the Hound 1 year Fur Friend membership to Friends of the Hound Ongoing after adoption advice and support Contact:- Friends of the Hound at enquiries@friendsofthehound.org.au View more information about Friends of the hound Greyhound Adoption program visit http://www.friendsofthehound.org.au/
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Cannington, WA
Cannington, WA
Cannington, WA
Cannington, WA
Cannington, WA