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.


ADOPTED.  Holly managed to compete at a level that earned her 2.0 performance points in her 81 career races.  In spite of her quiet demeanor, she was plucky and determined on the track, completing her ... (more)


ADOPTED.  Lalun ran only 3 professional races at the Gulf track when her trainer felt she wasn’t going to develop the skills to be a successful racer and retired her while still a pup.  Lalun ... (more)


ADOPTED. Sista is a good-sized gal (62#) with Irish lineage. She made 89 professional turns around the track with moderate success before she was retired. Sista gets excited when meeting people and she loves ... (more)


ADOPTED. After just 33 races, it was determined that this pup would be better suited as a home companion than a racer.  So, here she is, retired at age 2.  Exceptionally sweet and affectionate, McQueen ... (more)


ADOPTED.  An ex-racer from the Derby Lane track originally adopted out in Florida, Rico was recently brought to AAGA when his owner passed away and the caregiver couldn’t keep him (“didn’t have a fenced yard ... (more)


Except for 2 brindle ears, a brindle patch over his left eye, and a spot of brindle on his tail, this handsome fellow is totally white.  Ranger’s 126 races put him “in the money” 56% ... (more)


ADOPTED. Despite a father trained in Ireland and an All-American grandfather, Kiska’s career of 11 races was lackluster.  He just didn’t have the drive to be a racer and, thus, was retired early.  He is ... (more)


ADOPTION PENDING.  You have to look real hard to find even a spot of white on this petite (56#) shiny black gal who looks like an AKC show Greyhound.  But don’t be misled.  Boasting an ... (more)


ADOPTION PENDING.  Donut is a special boy who needs some special care.  A friendly small-sized guy, he originally came to AAGA in May of 2018 following a very successful racing career:  172 races “in the ... (more)


Twister ran the last of her 39 races just a couple days before arriving at AAGA. A good-sized young lady (62#), Twister is very sweet but a bit timid with strangers and the most sensitive ... (more)


ADOPTED. Why was Lucinda retired before she even reached 2 years old? Well, Lucinda was guilty of “interference”. This is when a Greyhound doesn’t just concentrate on running the race but instead distracts the ... (more)


ADOPTED.  When Lexe first came to AAGA, we described her as a sweet girl who nuzzles and give kisses. Recently she came back to AAGA a year after being adopted, her owner stating that Lexe ... (more)


Bourbon is a spunky girl with large ears she can work like semaphores.  Her racing career consisted of 143 races with a 52% success rate.  Bourbon is very outgoing and friendly, but she has a ... (more)