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.

Hound of the Month

UPDATE - Henry is checking out a forever home.

Meet Henry!

Henry is a very affectionate 3.5 year old black boy.

His foster parents tell us he is a clever, loving and mellow dog.

Henry will need the company of another dog or people who are home more often than not.
He has some experience with small dogs but has not been cat tested.
Henry is vaccinated, desexed and will be ready for adoption soon.

You can find our more about Henry on the "Adopt" page.

Hounds in homes

 

Cute little black girl, Nellie has a new name and family.  Renamed Daisy, she is enjoying life with her new family and one of her favourite places to hang out is in the kitchen.

Daisy's litter sister, Ellie, is still looking for a forever home.

Foster carers required

Visit the Foster page for more information.

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Events

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IWaG's 2nd Birthday Auction
25 June - 4 July

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