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 am an energetic boy who’s settling in with his foster family. I’m big, bold and beautiful with a touch of escape artist. I’m pretty good at eating and sleeping. I am a Greyhound after all. I enjoy exploring the house with my nose and I absolutely love walks! I’m intelligent and willful and my shiny black coat has filled in some since I’ve retired. I think tennis balls are pretty cool. I just need an experienced greyhound home where I can rest comfortably between walks.
I am a very happy, high-energy, high-spirited boy. I’m a very quick learner and love to give kisses. My foster mom uses a harness when we go out because I love walks so much that I tug on my leash. I am very sweet, affectionate and social. I don’t do well alone, so please have another big dog at home for me, since I’m not good around smaller critters either.
I am doing fabulous in my foster home! I was a little sad at first but now I’m feeling better and giving out kisses. I’m learning to wait at doors and not be pushy about it. I am sweet and cuddly and will make a wonderful pet. I just need an alpha human who can provide me some minimum boundaries.
I am another youngster from the puppy farm. I am curious but cautious of new things, especially after falling in the pool. I still have plenty of “puppy” in me for now.
I’m an energetic young boy who likes to eat. I’m good about telling my foster parents when I need to go outside. I do fine in a crate and am learning to use a doggie door. I play great with a little Boston Terrier. I’m curious and always looking for new toys.
ADOPTION PENDING Hounds
I am super sweet and just want to be loved on. I put my head on my foster mom’s chest so I can be cuddled and kissed. I’m a quick learner, quiet, easy going and I get along with everyone.
I’m one of the very young kids that came straight off the farm, except that I also got to come with my littermate, Vinny. I am a very friendly, curious but timid girl who will follow you around the house. I like to play with toys and have already learned the dog door. I’m good at listening and am learning my boundaries. I’m going to be a great addition to your family!
Like my sister, Vicky, said, I’m straight from the farm and I’m still trying to shed that puppy coat. I like to play but I kind of prefer humans to my other Greyhound friends. I am working on the dog door but I’m really good on a leash. I’m afraid of cats but love people!
I am a very outgoing and personable hound. And yes, I am another young one from the farm. I always want to be part of the action and when it’s food time I want to be in front of the action. I know to go to the door when I need to go potty and I’ve been crated when my family is away. I have puppy energy and am told there’s something called “personal space” but I don’t know what that is. I barked at the family cat but it hissed at me and I ran away. I am very, very curious and I love to cuddle.
I am always wagging. I can do stairs. I like toys. And I’m a leaner!
Don’t let the silly name make you think I’m naughty! I’m a very pretty girl with a black mask & great eye-liner. I’m calm and sweet and love to be petted. I’m sure there’s a whole lot pet stuff I will learn to love as I learn about being a good house hound in my foster home.
I’m a very cute & playful big girl! I’m very curious and affectionate giving kisses, not all that common among the grey community.
I am an outgoing, energetic young lad who wants to be in a home where there’s other dogs or people around. I walk ok on a leash unless you want me to walk in a straight line. I’m friendly towards other dogs and people but I want to be in charge. I’m very confident and learn quickly. I like dipping my feet in a kiddie pool. I always wag my tail when I see people I know. I’ll even chase a toy if you throw it.
I’m a nice calm, even-tempered boy.
I am a curious young girl who’s starting to come out of my shell. I’m learning what I can and can’t do in my foster home/ I like to romp around and play with toys. I’m still working on what a dog bed is for but I have worked out the dog door. I like to play in the water when my foster mom is watering the grass. And of course I love to give kisses.
I’m a gentle giant. I’m really easy going and I don’t even notice the little dog I’m currently shacked up with. I know I’ll just love hanging out with you.
I am a beauty. I love pets and food. I can use a dog door on my own. I’m a little hesitant with unfamiliar people. I haven’t really figured out dog beds yet. I am calm and sweet unless food is involved, but I’m not aggressive about it.
I am a very “chill” dog. I settled right into my foster home and roached the first night. I had no problem with the other cats and dogs in my house. I am friendly and enjoy pets and love.
I am very sweet, obviously, and starting to come out of my shell already. I’m an early riser and playful. I found a really cool tennis ball in my foster home and also tried tossing my bed around. I can use a big doggie door and I’m working fitting thru a small one. I also discovered that the pool is a little too cold for swimming yet. Mom says we’re going to have a visit with some little dogs soon so we’ll see how that goes. I’ll keep you all posted.
I’m a very sweet boy who likes to be with his family. I travel well, am totally unaggressive and have shown ZERO interest in cats.
I am a shy, loving and very curious boy. Mom says I’m a dapper and charming gentleman, but it may just be the clothes. I have to admit my reflection looks pretty good. I like squeaky toys and I do well with older kids. I probably need to be in a home where there’s lots of company because I don’t like being alone.
I’ve been a perfect angel so far in my foster home. I just like to lounge on my bed and let the world (and cats) pass by.
My foster mom snapped me up so fast I didn’t even get a chance to tell you all about myself.
“DENIER”– Adopted 5/26/17
Age: 3 years 6 months
Color: Black Brindle
Weight: 56 pounds
Racing Name: Canaan Denier
Kennel: Mary Gray
Reason Retired: Can’t run
Available: Now 9/25/15
I’m a precious, little girl with the darkest brindle imaginable. I’m very sweet and even though I really couldn’t quite get the knack of leaving the starting gate, I should have no problem learning how to be loved as a pet!
I’m a very affectionate but shy little girl. I like to seek attention and I chitter a bit when I’m excited. I enjoy walks and don’t seem to care about kitties.
I am very sweet if not the brightest crayon in the box. It took a while but I’m now good with doggy door and stairs. I also know the Chihuahua is boss. At least I’m not a counter surfer.
“RAZOR”– Adopted 5/5/17
Age: 4 years 4 months
Color: Red Brindle
Cats: NO Small Animals
Racing Name: Bob’s Razor
Reason Retired: Slowed
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 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.