Our Greyhound Adoption Program
has permanently closed.
Check out our Spanish dog adoption Program!
GGPAC applications for Galgos and Podencos are now open! Please keep in mind that we don’t home dogs over the winter season so new applicants will be for dogs arriving in February and beyond.
Greyhound Pets of Atlantic Canada
Over 5,000 retired greyhounds have been placed into forever homes across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland, through Greyhound Pets of Altantic Canada. GPAC has also partnered with several groups that rescue galgos and podencos in Spain so that they too might find the homes they deserve in Atlantic Canada. With the help of teams of dedicated volunteers, a growing number of galgos and podencos make the long trip from Spain to join the GPAC family.
We never think of our dogs as leaving us. Instead, we see them as helping us to expand the GPAC family. We welcome each and every adopter and remain in touch with them, celebrating their successes, birthdays and other life events through our membership group and our monthly mailer. Many of our adopters have made lifelong friends through their love of greyhounds, galgos, and podencos and we welcome you as a new adopter to join our Facebook group.
Want to stay in the know? Check us out on Facebook and Instagram!
Have you seen a loose greyhound? Has your greyhound escaped the yard? Click here for immediate steps to bring them safely home.
The process for adoption through GPAC is designed to ensure the long-term safety and protection of the greyhound.
Release The Hounds!
Curious about what greyhounds are like in person? Check out our calendar for upcoming events where our GPAC Ambassadors will be present for meet & greets to answer all your questions.
You don’t have to own a greyhound and no experience is necessary. An experienced GPAC volunteer will provide you with any required training in any area you are interested in helping out.
Help A Hound
Is adopting or fostering a greyhound not an option for you at this time? There are many ways that you can still assist the dogs in our care.