Greyhounds As Pets is excited to announce that it will be heading to the 2017 Sydney Royal Easter Show for the first time in many years. Read more
Greyhounds don’t need hours of exercise but the opportunity to go outside and explore the sights (and scents) can be just as enticing for them as it is for all of us. Read more
If you’ve never thought about adopting a senior greyhound, think again!
Greyhounds lead long healthy lives, with a life span of around 12 – 14 years, and by the time they’re six, they’re pretty much classified as seniors. They’re full sized, well behaved and, while they enjoy a bit of physical and mental stimulation, they’re well and truly over nipping at your ankles for constant attention or a walk. Read more
Archie the greyhound was a star performer on the track – and now he is proving a champion off it.
If you’re looking for a loyal companion for you or your family… then look no further than a greyhound! Our four legged friends offer more love than you ever imagined possible – they’re ever adoring, eager to please and always ready to be at your side. Dogs are partners that never let you down – and here are ten reasons why!
With summer in full swing and temperatures of over 40c in some parts of the country, it’s important to make sure you’re looking out for your greyhound in the heat! Read more
Every year Greyhounds As Pets gets bigger and bigger and 2016 was no exception! Our program had its best year on record for adoptions, community awareness and media coverage. We thought we would take a look back on the highlights of last year before we look forward to an even more successful 2017. Read more
Let’s check out our ultimate guide to find out everything about greyhounds!
To really understand what your new greyhound is thinking and feeling is like learning a new language – greyhound ‘language’! You are giving your new pet an amazing opportunity to transition to the next chapter of its life. Read more
IN A year of Brexit and Donald Trump becoming President, one of Australia’s most potent political symbols of 2016 is also one of the most unlikely: Greyhounds.
Last year, there were over 133,495 animals in Australian animal shelters nationwide. Adopting a dog is a big step so it’s important that you do research before you start your search. Want to find a dog for sale in NSW? Why not adopt a dog? If you’re looking for a loving family pet for your home, adopting a dog is a great alternative to buying a pup. For all the details, let’s take a look at our ultimate guide to dog adoption! Read more