Our first set of fosters arrived safely on January 15th, 2018. Since arriving they have been a hit at meet and greets across Lexington, and all six have even found their forever homes! We are getting ready to welcome our next groups of fosters in May and June! Interested in adopting? Scroll down to check out our available dogs and keep an eye out for our next set of fosters!
If you are thinking about fostering or adopting, now is the perfect time to contact us. See our foster application and information on the benefits foster families receive in the fostering section of the website.
1) To find dedicated, loving homes for retired racing greyhounds;
2) To offer ongoing support to families after adoption;
3) To provide education regarding the greyhound breed;
4) To promote a harmonious and cooperative link between all corners of the greyhound community.
BGA is a 501(c)(3) organization
If you have decided a greyhound is right for you, please download and fill out our adoption application, available below. We, at Bluegrass Greyhound Adoption, strive to enable the best match for you and the retired racer.
If you are interested in interacting with any of our dogs, feel free to check us out at meet and greets in the Central Kentucky region.
Thinking of letting a greyhound race into your heart and home? Please stop by and say hi! Greyhounds are a powerful people magnet and love human interaction. We would love for you to meet some of our available dogs, as well as some of our best ambassador dogs, as we answer any questions you may have. Who knows, you might just meet your next family member!
Sunday, June 24th
213 Highland Avenue
Please send a text to (859) 338-6921 if you are planning to attend so that we can be sure to have enough food! We will be having pulled pork BBQ, pasta salad, baked beans, coleslaw, and desserts. Also, if you would like to swim, bring your swimsuit, as there is a pool! Thanks.
Friday, July 6th
First Friday-- Berea
Saturday, July 7th
Sunday, July 8th
Saturday, July 14th
Sunday, July 15th
Saturday, July 21st
Please Touch Pop-up Museum/Woofs & Wags: All Things Canine
Eastside Branch of the Lexington Public Library
Saturday, July 28th
Please fill out in entirety. We will be in touch with you within 48 hours. Thank you for applying!
Please check out “Getting Ready for Your New Greyhound” for some greyt tips for new adopters, including questions for your vet.
Bluegrass Greyhound Adoption in Lexington invites you to discuss the joys and benefits of fostering one of these beautiful dogs.
1. Crate and bedding.
2. Food and any medicines, if needed.
3. Vet care.
4. Raised feeder.
5. Flea/tick/heart worm treatments monthly while you have the foster.
6. Assistance with transportation to meet and greets or vet visits for your foster.
7. Twenty-four hour a day support via phone or in person with an experienced volunteer.
8. The opportunity to get to know our group members, who will welcome you, be happy to get to know you, and invite you to become a part of BGA.
It's a wonderful way to help the greyhounds transition from track to forever home, and all the necessities are provided to ensure there is no expense to you. You will also have the pleasure of getting to know one of these beautiful dogs and helping him or her prepare for their "forever home." We would not exist without our foster families.
Foster families are given preference if they wish to adopt their foster, provided they let us know as soon as an application has been received for their foster and prior to any home visit for that dog.
If you would like to foster for Bluegrass Greyhound Adoption please download and fill out the form below in its entirety. A volunteer will be in touch with you within 48 hours.
Thank you for applying to foster with BGA!
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