In addition to the hundreds of “normal” greyhound adoptions that the we support, there come a few that need special care. The following are a few that the Greyhound Alliance is giving special attention. The list of special stories about special hounds like these goes on and on. To make a contribution to the care of very special hounds like these, please consider making a donation.
Rollover - Sunburst boy “Rollover” was selected and began training to be a service dog, when it became apparent he had a previously undiagnosed injury. He came to The Greyhound Alliance and it was discovered he has ligament and tendon damage. Unfortunately Rollover is now facing major surgery and a very long period of recuperation.
Susan – Susan had lost her right eye at some point before arriving at the track, and was immediately taken into the pet kennel. The eye itself had atrophied. The Alliance took Susan in, and had the eye surgically removed and the lid closed. Susan has now fully recovered and can be seen at area Meet-n-Greets with her forever family, where her adorable face and happy personality win her many fans and friends.
Foxy Mama – Foxy is a three-legged brood the Greyhound Alliance took in. We funded surgery to improve her stability after a previous leg amputation and she is now living in her forever home, happy and running around with her forever pack.