Anyone can call 1-800-366-1472. The line is staffed by GPA volunteers and these wonderful volunteers will work to get any dog into a safe place. We even will work on finding the original group who adopted the dog to see if they want it returned. No excuses, just call and one of our exceptional volunteers will help to get that dog back into the adoption network ABANDONMENT is not the answer
Lost Dog Information
If you live in the Northern Virginia region and your dog has gotten lost, don’t panic. Follow the steps on our Lost Dog page and remain calm.
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Medical Resources and other Helpful Hints
The information in this section is provided as a resource to you. It is not intended to replace the advice of your veterinarian.
- Ohio State University Greyhound Program – Dr. Guillermo Couto
- AGTOA – American Greyhound Track Operators Association – this resource is for you to print out and give to your vet so they understand the ‘special’ nature of Greyhound blood work, etc.
- Greyt Health by Suzanne Stack, DVM
- List of Local Veterinarians (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
- Running/Exercising your Greyhound
- How to Remove Belly Blackheads
- How to Construct a Quick Stretcher
- How to Bandage a Tail
- Obesity and the Retired Racing Greyhound
- Housebreaking 101
- Separation Anxiety – How Dogs Think
- Poisonous Plants
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