|WELCOME TO GREYHOUND PET ADOPTION SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI!|
Greyhound Pet Adoption Springfield MO is an all volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides information, education, promotion of adoption and adoption of retired racing Greyhounds. We also promote cooperation with other adoption programs nationwide to further the placement of Greyhounds as pets into responsible loving homes. We believe in not only doing the best we can adopting Greyhounds in the Ozarks, but also in assisting groups in areas that are so overwhelmed with huge numbers of Greyhounds to help that they must be transported to other adoption programs throughout the US.
Alane Shultz is the founder of GPAMO and has had retired racing greyhounds as pets for 34 years. She has facilitated greyhound adoptions since 1992.
Greyhounds are clean, quiet and have no hereditary health problems. Their exercise requirements are surprisingly low - they prefer to curl up and have you pet them! Loving and loyal, your greyhound is your fast friend for life!
Meet & Greet Events Temporarily Cancelled
We regret that the current pandemic has forced us to curtail our Meet & Greet events until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience, and we look forward to resumig these popular events as as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
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|Dragon will be 3 in August. He likes to play with toys. Dragon is loving and social. He needs to live with adults; if there are children in the household, they must be high school age and up. Dragon is well behaved in the house and gets along with the other Greyhounds where he's fostered. He would be okay as an only dog, but he is not cat-friendly … Read more|
The Greyhound Health Initiative (GHI), a non-profit organization established in 2014, is committed to improving the health of sighthound dogs worldwide through education, research, and accessibility for owners, adopters as well as veterinarians.
Visit the website at https://www.greyhoundhealthinitiative.org/ to learn more about the facts of Greyhound health.
Dog Knose Art, by Nicole Peters,
Showcase the artwork of your sweet family dog, cat or any animal you share your loving home with. Before you clean the nose-smudged, tongue-licked strokes from your glass, have them turned into a unique, abstract piece of art to display in your home. Dog Knose Art will create your preferred color scheme and size to fit into your current decor. The result will be a memorable keepsake that involves your pet in a beautiful and sentimental way.
Visit https://www.dogknoseart.com/ to learn more.
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Dell Eddins is a fine arts portraitist, specializing in animals and pets. She recently adopted Greyhound Pongo from GPAMO.
Eddins lives on a farm in northwest Arkansas where she cares for several horses and ponies, two stray goats, two Great Pyrenees dogs, a fat black cat, and now Pongo. Her days revolve around feeding times, filling water troughs, and all the day to day and seasonal chores of life in the country with animals.
Please visit her website and consider how a portrait of your beloved pet would grace your home!
|Hounds enjoying the 2016 Greyhound Gathering.|
Recently adopted 10-year-old Sammy is enjoying the lap of luxury in her new forever home. "I'm not dead," she says, "I'm just resting!"
Dog Collars by M&M Designs will donate 25% of every collar or coat order
to GPAMO. Just mention our group name or
tell them Alane Shultz referred you to them.
Thanks again to M & M Designs for attending the Greyhound Gathering!