In February this year, Greyhound Racing NSW announced it would be expanding its highly successful regional Greyhounds As Pets program around the State, with the addition of 4 extra regions, bringing the total to six adoption regions across NSW.
The catalyst for the expansion was to help build a better rehoming pathway for all greyhounds in those and surrounding regions, particularly as more than 70% of the sport’s participants are based outside the metropolitan area, and with the success of the inaugural regional GAP program in Southern NSW, followed swiftly by expansion into the Northern Rivers.
In the eyes of your dog, nothing says ‘I love you’ more than a tasty treat. If you’re looking to spoil your greyhound and create something at home, rather than just going out and buying expensive dog treats, try one of our delicious recipes and watch your pooch devour every morsel in the blink of an eye.
these unprecedented times, a time of great uncertainty and anxiety, many have
turned to man’s – and woman’s and children’s – best friend, with interest in
dog adoption and fostering on the rapid rise, and one of the breeds racing
ahead, is the greyhound.
In these unprecedented times of working from home and
self-isolation, it can sometimes get a little lonely. As such there has never
been a better time to meet your new best mate, and this type of visitor is
permitted by the Government and authorities.
Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) have today announced a temporary closure of 70% of racing venues across the State and the lock down of seven (7) strategically selected zoned regions outside of Sydney in a move to continue racing in the safest possible environment.