Greyhounds may be located and adopted through Adopt-A-Greyhound.org and GratefulGreys.com. Adopt-A-Greyhound.org is a national organization that hosts the Greyhound Project, whose mission is to promote greyhound welfare and adoption. This group provides support and information to the public on where to adopt a greyhound throughout the United States.
By clicking on a state on the site’s map, visitors are directed to rescue groups and contact information in their areas. Adopt-A-Greyhound.org also provides advice on choosing an adoption agency, reducing a dog’s adaptation anxiety and what to expect during the first few days of a dog’s placement in a new home. This website also hosts magazines and wall calendars devoted to greyhounds.
GratefulGreys.com is a group serving New York City, Long Island and parts of New Jersey that is devoted to finding suitable homes for former racing greyhounds. GratefulGreys.com provides information about owning a greyhound, a photo gallery of available dogs, information about the adoption application and process and how to prepare for a dog’s arrival. Visitors to the site can read inspirational stories about greyhounds that were successfully rescued and placed in new homes.