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Pippa (Hutiwai) is a Christmas hound. Adopted by her human dad (Hamish) just days after her second birthday, she was gifted to her human mum (Paula) a week later on Christmas day. In order for Pippa to be...

It was the night before Christmas, and GAP was quiet indeed

There wasn’t a Greyhound in sight, not even a Rehoming Team Lead

Greyhounds as Pets COVID-19 Protection Framework Policy for Gatherings & Events

The Traffic Light system, also known as the  COVID-19 Protection Framework , is the Government’s new approach to managing COVID-19 in the community....

Summer Safety Tips for a Happy Healthy Hound Dr Erin Dowler BVSc

As the days are growing longer, hounds and hoomans alike are holding out for...

It is with regret that Greyhounds as Pets has had to make the decision to temporarily defer accepting applications from people wanting a cat trainable hound. Our current waiting list for this requirement is just shy...

All by themselves - How to help a hound to settle

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The racing life does mean that hounds are accustomed to spending periods...

The wait is over - well done team NZ!

GAP would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who volunteered and/or coordinated a Great Global Greyhound Walk for us today, without you we couldn’t...

"Hi everyone! My name's Teresa and I'm originally from Spain, but have been living in NZ for almost 10 years now. I've always loved dogs - the bigger, the better. My first contact with greyhounds, or...

Thanks to our sponsors Nutrience, you now have the chance to win a year's supply of Nutrience pet food and support our annual appeal at the same time.

Nutrience are supporting our Annual Appeal with...

Our awesome Upper North Island Rehoming Team Lead Abbie likes to bust old school dog training myths. She has put together a list of myths that you can find in the dog training section on our website, see...