Lively and Cuteness overload!
Khaleesi is still just a puppy really - although a very quick learner and so easy to train. She has lots of youthful exuberance (on a greyhound scale!), is very playful and has to investigate everything, but she has an oh so sweet and cuddly nature.
She would suit any active type home, provided her people are around a lot or she has a doggie companion.
For more details about Khaleesi and our other wonderful greyhounds that are looking for their adoptive 'forever' homes, please go to our Greyhounds for Adoption page.
GSN greyhounds live in foster homes up until the time you adopt them - as this provides you with a well socialised pet.
GSN was extremely fortunate to be one of the recipients of the Victorian Government 2017 Animal Welfare grants. The government’s grant has assisted us to buy a new vehicle for our mobile rescue and rehoming service. With coincidental ‘good’ luck we received the funds just after our existing car (which was limping along with ever-more frequent repairs) was written off in an accident. Luckily no one was hurt.
Without the generosity of the Victorian Government we would not have been able to continue our incredibly valuable work, which recently culminated in our 1,000th adoption.
Sarah Jane May kindly donated her beautiful ‘pointy friends’ artwork for the car, so now we can unveil our new look and car!
Pictured enjoying the spacious interior are GSN adoptees Mitch (rear seat), Debbie (front seat) and Sophie (rear cabin).
We are very grateful for the Victorian Government’s generosity and our good fortune.
GSN are always in need of more Foster-carers as requests to rescue greyhounds are much greater than the available foster-homes in our program. Our foster-carers are a vital link in the rescue chain, as GSN dogs are kept in foster-homes until adopted. Every greyhound taken into foster care is a dog saved, and every greyhound adopted makes room to save another. More details
Consider Sponsoring a Greyhound for $50
Not everyone can adopt or foster a greyhound, but in this way you can directly help one of our greyhounds find their new home. More details
GSN are currently having to turn away greyhounds despite knowing their certain fate. If you have a ‘cat-free home’, please consider fostering to save a greyhound’s life.
More information on fostering at Fostering a Greyhound
Please consider downloading
our Foster poster and putting it up at your work or other community notice board in the Melbourne area.
Don't forget to put your name on the poster - so interested people can also talk to you about greyhounds.
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