This will give you a quick look at most of the dogs in the AAGI program. Adoption Fee: $350.
NOTE: We attempt to keep this page as up to date as possible, but a hound may be considered placed before its status is changed to – Adoption Pending here.
Cat grades are determined by judging the prey drive of the greyhound when exposed to small fluffy things. We grade them like a report card from A (meaning they have no interest at all) to F (meaning they are drooling). In general, a D or F dog is just shown as NO CATS. Please keep in mind that a kennel dog has not actually lived with a cat.
I’m a nice looking brindle boy with gold eyes. I’m one of the last hounds from the Tucson track when it closed. I lived in a home for a short time, but was returned because I wanted to play too roughly with the chickens in my adopted home! I’m simply too interested in small animals to live with them; they look a bit too much like toys to me. I’ve learned the dog door at my foster home! I would be best in a home with people around most of the time. I can be a bit dominant with other hounds, so I might do best being someone’s only baby!
I am an energetic boy who’s settling in with his foster family. I’m pretty good at eating and sleeping. I am a Greyhound after all. I enjoy exploring the house with my nose and I think the smell of beeswax is fascinating.
ADOPTION PENDING Hounds
I am slowly adjusting to my new life. I enjoy my foster-sister but prefer adults over younger humans at this stage. I’m well behaved but it may take me a while to come out of my shell.
I am doing fairly well in my foster home. I eat, sleep and I leave the cat alone. On the other hand I pull really hard on the leash, counter surf and I even whine sometimes. On the other, other hand (I have four) I take correction well and can lose myself in a mirror. I’m looking for a strong leader to take me home.
Xtreme is a clumsy puppy at heart who loves to give kisses! He has been residing with other dogs in his current foster home. He fancies himself as a guard dog on occasion and will bark sometimes, particularly when outside and hears something unfamiliar, or when he thinks something is wrong. He is very smart, learns quickly and responds well to correction. He’s a pleaser but needs a family that can provide discipline. Could you be the right family for this handsome guy?
I am a very mellow boy who takes his sleep seriously when I’m not running full speed in the back yard. It took me a few days but I finally learned to use the dog door. I can be a little stubborn and I’m not fond of unexpected noises like the toilet flushing or even sudden movements, but I’ll get better over time. I’m pretty good with both my big and small foster siblings. I walk good on a leash and am overall a sweetheart of a boy!
I am a sweet but timid boy who loves doggie beds. Go figure. I love food but am respectful of others. I love being outside, especially since I haven’t quite got the hang of tile floors, but I’ll get there.
Windy is a handsome, laid back, very mellow boy who relishes his time relaxing on a comfy cushion. He takes retirement seriously! He does love to go for walks, too, and handles great on leash. He’s a bit reserved when he first meets people, but quickly comes out of his shell, especially if you have goodies! Windy is house-trained and learned the doggie door quickly. Windy does like to give hugs and wants to climb up on his people at times, seeking cuddles, whether you are standing or sitting; his foster dad is working on discouraging this behavior. Windy can be a bit mischievous at times, but not destructive. He is just curious about everything as he learns about his new world living in a home. He currently lives with another greyhound in his foster home. He would do best in a home with another medium or large dog as a housemate, or with a family that has teenage children. Are you ready to add Windy to YOUR family?
I am a big happy and loving cuddler who loves to roach. I’m learning a healthy respect for cats but I’m still pretty curious about them. I love walks, but my crate not so much. My foster mom is trying to convince me to piddle outside and not on the vacuum (I only did it once) but it’s a work in progress. She still thinks I’m a “keeper” so we’ll see who blinks first!
I am smart, cute and cuddly. I look up to my foster sister and make sure I do nothing wrong while anyone is watching.