Adoptable Greyhounds

Here are some pictures of Greyhounds currently living at Greys’Land awaiting adoption. Keep in mind that Greyhounds do not just come in a variety of colors; they come in a variety of personalities as well. It is the dog’s personality, not its pretty face, that makes for a good or bad fit in your home. Whether you are looking for one that is very active and playful, very calm and docile, or somewhere in between, chances are there is a Greyhound that will fit your lifestyle.

To learn what it is like to live with a retired racing Greyhound, we invite you to visit us at our Meet and Greets and mingle with some of our adoptables as well as talk to current owners. Just check out Upcoming Events to see when the next one is scheduled. You are also welcome to come out to Greys’Land, the Greyhounds’ home in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Give Carl a call at 770-469-9533 to arrange an appointment.  For additional information on the history of any of our adoptables, such as their racing career, just go to Track A Greyhound’s Career and follow the instructions.

If you are interested in adopting a Greyhound, we do require that you first complete and submit our online Adoption Application form. There is no cost, nor does this form in any way obligate you to adopt. It merely gives us information that will help us guide you to the best dog for your home situation.

Because of our high turnover, there is no guarantee that any dog on this page is still available. Also, RECENTLY ARRIVED GREYHOUNDS MAY NOT YET BE POSTED TO THIS SITE. You can always call us at 770-469-9533 to see if there are Greyhounds available other than those shown.

BRASKA DEACON (“DEACON”)

Like all ex-racers, Deacon deserves a forever home. And he thought he had one – for almost 6 years, that is. Then a baby came along, and the adopters did not want to trust a ... (more)

OSHKOSH JESS (“JESS”)

ADOPTED.  Jess was just not cut out to be a racer. In her 17 career races she put forth very little effort. Since you can’t make a Greyhound run who just doesn’t care about running, ... (more)

JOHNNIE JAGUAR (“JAGS”)

Jags is a delightful outgoing youngster who sustained an injury in his early schooling that ended his racing career before it even began. (There is no record that he ever raced professionally.) Now in the ... (more)

GS VALOR (“VALOR”)

Valor is a good-sized (RWt 73#), most attractive brindle boy with a dark face. Despite an enviable pedigree, he ran 97 races with just a modicum of success. Valor is a happy and playful guy ... (more)

GS LOLA (“ANNIE”)

ADOPTED.  Annie is a lovely petite girl with an especially attractive brindle-marked face.  She was in a very loving home for a couple years. However, when that residence became a home for foster children, Annie, ... (more)

MAC’S FUNKYMONKY (“MONKEY”)

ADOPTED.  Monkey is a lovely light-colored girl, with beautiful natural mascara’d eyes and a dark muzzle.  Muscular and large for a female (RWt 69#), she can boast of a powerful pedigree. While racing at Orange ... (more)

KAIAS POPLAR (“POPPY”)

ADOPTED.  Poppy is a big tall guy who raced at 82 pounds.  He was in a home for 3 to 4 years when he and 4 of his housemates were all returned to the track ... (more)

MAC’S NEEDYOUNOW (“NEEDY”)

ADOPTED.  Needy’s 153 races resulted in her bringing home a check 57% of the time, no doubt a testament to her very strong pedigree. This beautiful girl is extremely outgoing – just full of personality ... (more)

B’S GOT CANDY (“CANDY”)

This classic-looking girl with a nice white chest and lovely expression raced at 63 pounds. Both her mom and dad were noteworthy racers; her grandparents were exceptional. Candy, however, was only moderately successful in her ... (more)

PAT C SEVEN (“SEVEN”)

ADOPTED.  Seven is a stocky boy with that always-coveted dark brindle coat.  His racing career consisted of 112 races, over 50% of which involved a win-place-or-show and earned him 4.5 Performance Points. He is a ... (more)

DR ZION (“ZION”)

What a handsome hunk this guy is! But for all his good looks, he is quite shy, the reason why he only raced 10 times.  Strangely, his confidence increases considerably when he is on a ... (more)