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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

National Adopt a Greyhound Month

With less than twenty greyhound racing tracks across six states remains in the United States. With the decline in track attendance leading to decreased tracks it also leads to the number of greyhounds in need. Thus creating the need for a need of awareness that the month of April has gladly been given.

April is National Adopt a Greyhound month in hopes of bringing awareness to the Greyhound need. Adoption groups across the country have stepped in to help these elegant dogs. The Greyhound Project is not only offering these dogs help until they are adopted into a permanent home but strives to spread the message of greyhound adoption awareness to ensure 100% of the greyhound breed find caring owners and new homes. Offering these dogs that make great pets and companions a chance.

Greyhounds are fast runners, many running around 40 mph. They are more than speed though they are gentle giants that love to lounge around and play with their owners. Have you ever considered offering a permanent home to a dog?? Perhaps you would consider adopting or helping to spread the word as the need for permanent homes for these dogs is critical.

The Greyhound Project works to support over 300 greyhound adoption groups around the world. In addition to promoting National Adopt-a-Greyhound Month, the charity publishes wall and desk calendars for adoption groups to resell and maintains an international directory of adoption organizations. Founded in 1992  The Greyhound Project is a volunteer, non-profit organization. Helping to promote the mission of protecting the welfare and adoption of greyhounds
by providing support and information to adoption organizations, adopters, and the public

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