What’s a less adoptable greyhound? When it comes to greyhound adoption, seniors, black, special needs, and male greyhounds are often overlooked. In this episode, find out why that is––we’ll also dispel many of the myths.
Here comes Autumn! And with it, comes a dozen major events happening in New Jersey, and one in New York, throughout the season. If you’re not from the NJ area, you may want to listen as you may get some “pawesome” fundraising ideas for events you can implement within your greyhound adoption organization. And if you are from the New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Delaware area, we’re looking forward to see you and our events this Fall!
Download, print, and display in a prominent area either or both of these GFNJ Autumn major event flyers:
Saturday, November 10 & Sunday, November 11 GFNJ’s 22nd Annual Pet & Craft Expo 10 am – 4pm Both Days
500 Rahway Road
$6 Per Person
Greyhounds and other dogs welcome; please carry or use a stroller for small dogs.
Saturday, December 1 NJ Devils vs. Winnipeg Jets 7p – About 10p
25 Lafayette Street
$50 Per Person
This is a people-only event (unless a certain amount of tickets are sold.)
Get your Fastest Game/Fastest Dogs T-shirt to wear at the game (optional) or just because it’s a cool shirt.
Donate to help Greyhound Friends of New Jersey help more former racing greyhounds get to where they need to be next: loving homes of their own
Bucket lists are for the living: a to-do list of experiences one wants to enjoy in his or her lifetime. Bucket lists aren’t just for people––they’re becoming more popular for dogs, too. In this episode, discover how you can start creating––and implementing––a bucket list for your greyhound. Plus, we give you twenty ideas to help get you started.
Check out Bring Fido, an international database of hotels, restaurants, and other venues where dogs are welcome.
Truly, the most difficult topic for us to cover and for you to hear: knowing when it’s time to let your greyhound go. In recognition of Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day (August 28), this episode explores the process of making an informed decision, what to expect during euthanasia, what happens after, and more.
For at-home euthanasia of your dog, ask your veterinarian for a referral. If s/he can not provide one, visit the In Home Pet Euthanasia Directory (USA, Canada, and UK).