This page was updated on February 17, 2014
|While we are thrilled to have our new
kennel up and running, we still endeavor to place senior and/or greyhounds needing a
little more personal time and care into foster homes. Our foster homes consist of
experienced volunteers and greyhound owners who provide shelter to greyhounds in their own
homes giving them love, tender loving care, transport to vet appointments, grooming and
anything else they might need while they are in our system.
dogs that are Forever Fosters? are dogs that are seniors who have been in our
system for a while, sometimes years, or dogs that have special needs above and beyond what
many adopters can handle. Most Forever Fosters? are available for
adoption, but generally they are only suitable for experienced adopters or those with a
very specific home environment.
Our Forever Fosters? are listed
below. They are surrounded by people who love them and have plenty of canine
companionship at all times.
If you can't adopt a dog and you'd like to
help, please sponsor
one of our Forever Fosters?. Your sponsorship donation will help defray the
costs involved in making our long term fosters comfortable while they wait for their
If you're interested in adopting one of
these dogs, please contact the Vice President closest to you listed below or click the
"Contact for more information" button included with each dog.
N Puget Sound: Marchet Anschell 206-310-8038
S Puget Sound: Chris Nooney 206-228-8942
Northern WA: Janet Keough 360-220-1891
Canada, all areas: Steve Waines 604-882-0432
All other areas: Moira Corrigan
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you have not received an email reply from us within 24 hours, please check your spam
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Tag No: 5582
Cat Friendly: Yes
Dog Friendly: Ok with dogs large & small
Location: Foster Home
Yes, click the links in Dayna's comment area
Dayna is a shy
little girl – very sweet and gentle.
She is fine with cats, kids, and
other dogs. She likes her toys and her bed.
She is just a love and a
very special girl.
Tag No: 5495
Dog friendly: OK with Greyhounds, unknown with others
Kid friendly: Unknown
Location: Foster home
Comments: Jada is a sweet loving girl with big stand up ears. She
likes to be close to her person. She and Yoda were turned into
us as their family couldn't care for them. They were very bonded and
would not do well without each other so they were placed in the same
Forever Foster home. Unfortunately, Yoda passed away recently. Jada will remain in her Forever Foster home
where she is much loved.
Sponsored by Marilyn Baumann
Tag No: 4419
Registered Name: NS Lisa Labelle
Cat Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: Ok with large and
Kid Friendly: No
Location: Foster home
Alex and Zoey were in a home together and returned through no fault of
their own. Zoey is darling and petite. That face of hers
will melt your heart. She is a leaner and a lover. She can
be a little timid at first. She can be a little bossy once she
is comfortable, but she is just a sweetheart. The poor baby had
to have most of her teeth removed, but she does just fine with some
softened food and some loving. Zoey would do best in a home
without stairs and some runners on those smooth floors. Zoey
does not appear to have separation anxiety, but she has always been
with Alex in recent years. Zoey does fine with large and small
dogs, but has not lived with any other than Alex. Zoey needs a
home without cats. Foster home update: Zoey is
doing well. She has definitely come out of her shell. She likes to be
queen bee with the other dogs. She enjoys coming in and going out a
lot and likes to have the door opened for her. She will let you know
if there is anything moving outside, so she may do best in a house
with a yard rather than an apartment.
Sponsored by Karen Samdahl
Sponsored by Noel Rossouw
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