Arizona Adopt A Greyhound is proud to be one of the nation’s largest Greyhound Adoption agencies. Lots of dedicated and hard working volunteers have made AAGI the successful program it is today.
We keep all of our dogs in foster homes. We host or attend various special events throughout the year as well as regular Meet & Greet events so people can see what wonderful pets these “greyt” dogs make. We have relationships with racing kennel owners who like us to take their dogs, plus the ever returning stream of dogs coming back for divorces, deaths, moves or finances. We always have dogs for adoption!!
Tempe PetCo Meet & Greet / Orientation
Most Fridays each month between 4:30 – 6:30pm
PetCo – Tempe
1835 East Guadalupe Rd #112
Tempe, AZ 85283
SE Corner of Guadalupe & McClintock
Apr 13, 2018
Apr 20, 2018
Apr 27, 2018
May 4, 2018
May 11, 2018
Stop by to say hi and learn more about adopting a greyhound. Since our dogs are fostered in homes all over the valley, available dogs are NOT usually on site but we always have “floor models” on hand along with any outgoing placements so you can see what terrific dogs they are. The New Adopter Orientation is from 6:00 – 7:00pm and required prior to any adoption. We appreciate you emailing us that you plan to attend.
Second Saturday of Each Month
7 am to 10:00 am SUMMER HOURS
Clinic held Rain or Shine under covered area
April 14, 2018 7-10am
May 12, 2018 7-10am SPA DAY
June 9, 2018 7-10am
July 14, 2018 7-10am
August 11, 2018 7-10am
4752 E. Clarendon Ave., Phoenix, AZ
This is a residential neighborhood just North of the PGP – cross streets 44th Street & Osborn – see map below. There is plenty of street parking and a fully fenced yard to keep our hounds safe. We will have signs but if all else fails call Joni at (602) 999-2900.
Donations to AAGI are the life blood of our organization and we are always grateful for any help you can offer.
Please go to Donations to donate in $10 increments.
AAGI has received several questions regarding the reported leptospirosis cases in Maricopa County and also about the vaccine.
Ariel Cooper, DVM works in the East Valley and owns an AAGI greyhound. She has graciously provided us with the information on this page of our site.
PLEASE NOTE: decisions about vaccination and/or what and where is safe for your dog should be made in consultation with your veterinarian.
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