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Greenville, SC Greyhound Playgroup NEW TIME! 6pm Saturdays Fairview Church on Devenger and Meadow Wood. 

Greenville, SC Petco Cherrydale on 1st Saturday of every month 10:30am-2pm 

Simpsonville SC Petco on Harrison Bridge Rd 2nd Saturday of the month 11am-1pm 

Augusta GA, Farmers Market every Saturday 8am to 2pm thru Nov

Augusta GA, Augusta Greenjackets Bark In The Park at SRP Park, Sunday Aug 26th 

Greenville SC Southern Home and Garden Show TD Convention Center Sept 21-23rd 

Myrtle Beach SC Beach Bound Hounds Greyhound Owners Vacation Sept 13-16th Sea Mist Resort

 


Live in Florida? Please vote NO on Amendment 13!

Why would a greyhound adoption group support greyhound racing? 

Because we have 20+ years of experience with the breed. And know the truth!

Animal Activists have spread lies about racing for years, anything to scam donations out of good, caring people. These organizations actually do nothing for greyhounds or adoption, spending their money on their own high salaries, travel and lobbying.

Our volunteers have been to most of the tracks in the country, and many of the greyhound farms. We see the care and love greyhounds get from their owners and trainers. We know greyhounds LOVE nothing more than chasing the lure. They don't care if they win or lose, they don't care if their owner makes money or loses it. Greyhounds love the job they have been bred to do for thousands of years - chase! They only race once every 4 or 5 days for around 30 seconds at a time. Most of our dogs start racing at 1.5 years old and retire at 2 or 3.

Adoption groups across the country have waiting lists of adopters waiting on adult greyhounds to retire. Every racer has a home to go to after their career is over! These adopters don't want to buy greyhounds puppies and raise them themselves. They don't want mixed breed rescues. They want adult greyhounds that are wonderful pets because of the way they are raised and handled during their racing career. Ending racing, ends the supply of these wonderful dogs for a lot of wonderful families.
Racing is a win for adopters and the dogs!
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Adopt A Retired Athlete A Greyhound

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Greyhound Crossroads Chosen The 2015 Adoption Group of the Year! Greyhound Adoptions and Support in South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina. Read about our award Here

   

 

Have you adopted a greyhound from us? As we enter our third decade, we'd like to hear from you about your past and present greyhounds.

 If you've got just a few minutes, we'd love for you to fill out our census form.

 

Greyhound Crossroads 20 Year Census

 

Greyhound Crossroads is a 501C3 Charitable Organization that is Registered with the IRS and in the states of South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia. Financial Information about this Organization and a copy of its license are available form the North Carolina State Solicitation Licensing Branch at 919-814-5400. The license is not an endorsement by the State.

 

 

 

   

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