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Greyhounds make "greyt" pets

​Welcome to IWaG!

Greyhound Adoption, Education and Support

Queensland.

 

I Want A Greyhound (IWaG) Inc. is a registered not-for-profit greyhound rehoming, education and support charity.

IWaG’s mission is to find forever pet homes for all greyhounds placed in our care.

 

The founders, members, volunteers and supporters of IWaG are passionate about greyhound welfare. We are opposed to the harming of any animal and the use of animals for entertainment.

One of IWaG’s core philosophies is that we will not harm other animals while undertaking our greyhound rehoming work. Examples include a prohibition on the sale of animal products.

 

As well as rehoming, we believe it is important to focus on educating the wider community about the welfare of greyhounds by building a strong, supportive greyhound loving community and network of partners.

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Hound of the Month

Meet Molly!

Stunning three year old Molly is a black girl who has been looking for her forever home for one year this week!


Molly is a sweet and affectionate girl who loves to spend time with her people. She needs a home where someone is home all the time or a chilled out male greyhound for company.


It's been a rough start for Molly since she was advertised on gumtree as being cat friendly.
Molly's new family had her desexed and worked with a dog trainer to settle her into pet life. Despite their best efforts, Molly and the cat could not live safely together, so her family reached out to IWaG for help and she is currently in a foster home in Brisbane.


Molly has been vaccinated, flea, tick, intestinal and heartworm treated and has also required vet treatment for whipworm and a respiratory infection.

Molly is doing well right now, however with all the changes, this stress has had an impact on Molly and she needs patience, love, support and some training (which IWaG will provide) to help her settle, gain confidence and get back to enjoying the company of other breeds of dogs.
Molly has had some exposure to visiting children and has been friendly and affectionate. She loves toys, especially her colourful bear, Edith.
Molly is not small dog or cat friendly.

 

If you think you could help Molly, please give IWaG a call on 0421 298 970.

Hounds in homes

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Happy boy Bundy has been adopted by his foster Mum who told us "I'm in love and so is he."

Bundy's a popular boy and laps up the attention wherever he goes.


Last week his Mum took Bundy for a stroll through New Farm Village and "At one point we had 7 people all around him patting and gloating over him and he loved every minute!!"
Congratulations Bundy!

If you are interested in adopting a greyhound, send us an Enquiry!
 

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We are a registered charity, so all donations over $2 are tax deductible. If you are making a donation, please include your name in the description.

For a tax receipt, please email accounts@iwag.com.au

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