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Alexandra
Member
Female
About Me

Originally from Guatemala. I live in Durham, NC with my husband and four greyhounds. We have been involved in rescue and adoption of greyhounds since the 90's. 


Your Pet (s):

Ty, Dale (blind), Pal and Billy.


Beryl
Member
Female
About Me

LOVE GREYHOUNDS, SEWING FOR THEM AND HELPING THOSE IN TROUBLE

75 yrs old, lost my dh in 2009 and my twins all to cancer have 2 greyhounds


Your Pet (s):

Magic Penske aka Penske

Hershey


Debby Osborne
Member
Female

Diane hartman
Member
Female
53 years old
About Me

 


Your Pet (s):

 Rusty  5 yrs( greyhound Lurcher ), Gus  11 1/2 yrs( retired racing greyhound )   katie 10yrs( lab Boxer mix)  Ace 3 yrs  (  Husky )     We foster    greyhounds for  a rescue group.  


Ellie & Dasher
Member
Female
About Me


Jan L.
Member
Female
About Me

Hi.  Im new to this site.  My name is Jan.  I am owned greyhounds, an Italian Greyhound and just recently adopted a Spanish Galga from SAGE.  I mostly do fostering and transport for the local greyhound group I am affiliated with and do private transports for whatever groups need it in when I am available going approx 2-3 hours or so in any direction each way.  I have a big minivan, extra crates and a 5 ft. chain link fence in my yard if having to house overnight while transporting.


Your Pet (s):

Moochie - Italian Greyhound

Bo - Greyhound

Marti - Greyhound

Mila - Greyhound

Turbo - Greyhound

Bella - Greyhound

Ollie - Greyhound

Esmeralda - Galga


Jane Varley
Member
Female
About Me

I am active in Lurcher Rescue and Greyhound Adoption.  In addition to all things sighthound, I love to paint, sew, cook, play games, read, and veg out in front ot the TV with a canine heat source.


Your Pet (s):

Cuja is a retired racing greyhound who has a second career as a pet / stuffy killer / blood donor.  She takes on both the role of Queen and the court-jester.  She does both magnificently.

My bridge angels include:

Twister and her sister Shelby, my whipador girls.  Their mom was pure whippet but arrived at the pound with 4 buns in the oven.  Twister and Shelby were two of her pups.  We think dad was a black labrador -- hence "whipador"  They were my first introduction to the world of lurchers.  Twister took on the job of keeping everyone in line.  No dog did anything without Twister's OK.  She learned how to ring a bell in a different manner for each need.  There was the we (all dogs) need to go out now.  When the dogs heard this ring, they call went running to the door to go out.  There was the I am bored so come play with me ring.  There was the Isn't it about time for a meal ring.  And there was the HURRY UP there is a deer outside ring, and so on.  Shelby was a food savant.  If there was anything considered remotely food-like by any creature on earth, Shelby could figure out a way to acquire it.  She was not the brightest dog (Twister got ALL of the brains), but somehow when it came to food acquistion, she turned into an Einstein.

Joe, a retired racing greyhound.  Joe was an incredible boy who just exuded a zest for life -- and an equal zest for sleep.  He had just turned 7 when osteo struck.  He survived for 20 very happy months after amputation and chemo.  He was Mr. Joe Cool and expected that everyone would instantly love him and cater to his every need -- and of course they did. 

Yip-Yip, a Brittany.  Yipper was full of personality -- and she made sure that everyone knew it.  She was easily the smartest dog I have ever known.  She knew over 500 words, knew all of her toys by name, could do addition, and could open any door whether or not it was locked.  She also had the ability to talk.  She made different sounds for different things.  So she could actually come up and tell you, I would like to go outside now or you need to refill my water bowl. 

Phoebe, a beagle mix who was nothing but a sweetheart. 

Sam, a boxer who was my protector when I was growing up.

D#*n Cat, aka "Cat" -- who earned her name by climbing my Dad's bare leg when he was standing at the toilet the morning after she adopted us.  We opened the door one day and this cat ran inside and refused to leave. 

Mittens -- a cute name for a maine coon cat who ruled the neighborhood with an iron paw.  Neighbor dogs were so afraid of her that they refused to walk their owners on our side of the street.



Judy
Member
Female

Paula
Member
Female

Suzanne Reep
Administrator
Female
About Me

Addicted to Greyhounds.  Formerly president of Joey's Greyhound Friends of Ohio.  Currently VP of Joey's Greyhound Friends, Inc. (southern FL).  Been owned by greyhounds since 1997 when I adopted Omyability and then Kaleido. 

Currently am the slave to three greyhounds. 


Your Pet (s):

Ceeby aka Could Be - 10 years old

Red Raider - 9 years old

Wendy - 8 years old




Tibbi Ramsdell
Member
Female
About Me

The picture is of  Thin Lizzie, the lurcher. She's my fur-neice and owns Kim and Steve O'Donnell. She now lives with her fur-brothers (also lurchers) Jack and Azzie and an assortment of other fur & feather family memebers.

Me? I am owned by a retired racer, Galgo twins from Scooby Medina, a Sloughi and an Italian Greyhound. I work at Stanley Steemer  International in commercial sales by day and also own Amethyst Group where I sell online and at Greyhound and Pet events to raise money for the fight against canine cancer and rehoming houndies like these in need of a forever home. Since 2007, when we lost our first retired racer to Osteosarcoma, Amethyst Group customers have donated over $36,000 through their purchases!


Your Pet (s):

Gazehounds Callie's Less Reason, Maxie and Bella, CharlieBones and Remmy at home; Fur grandbabies Jax and Bella, the pitbulls and Blake, the multipoo. Fur neices and nephews Jack, Lizzie and Azzie.


cindy666
Member
Male
28 years old
About Me

Comment faire de Valentine de voeux CARDS1

 

robe cortege fillette pas cher Utilisez un morceau de carton pour faire un motif cardiaque d'environ 5 ½ par 5 ½ pouces. 2

 

Pliez la feuille de papier cartonné en deux . Tracer le motif sur du papier cartonné, en s'assurant que le bord du coeur est sur le pli, vous aurez une carte en forme de coeur qui s'ouvre. (Note:. Un morceau de papier cartonné va produire tenue cérémonie enfant deux cartes) 3

 

utiliser le modèle pour couper un coeur pourpre de la feuille de mousse. Collez le coeur en mousse violet sur la face avant de la carte. 4

 

Réduisez le modèle en carton de ½ pouce, trace sur la feuille de mousse rouge et découpé. 5

 

Collez le coeur en mousse rouge sur le violet. 6

 

Découpez des petits décorations de coeur pour couronner le coeur rouge comme indiqué dans l'image. Vous aimeriez décorer ces petits décorations de coeur avec des paillettes 7

 

utiliser le modèle de coeur en carton pour faire un coeur sur le papier de copie rose;. Dans le centre écrire un message Valentine. Si vous souhaitez imprimer les mots en utilisant une imprimante d'ordinateur, assurez-vous de le faire dans le centre de la feuille de sorte que vous aurez de la place pour s'adapter au modèle de coeur autour du message avant de le découper. Collez le coeur rose sur le côté droit de l'intérieur de la carte. 8

 

Utilisez un morceau de mousse d'ajouter un robe cortege fillette pas cher petit cœur au message, comme indiqué.

 



greymomma
Member
Female
About Me


jgeils
Member
Female

tracy b
Member
Female
46 years old
About Me

Your Pet (s):

Iggy and Craigie 2 Greythounds!!!


greyhounds4me
Member
Female
62 years old
About Me

Your Pet (s):

Dan Patch and brother

Big Dan Teague

Aero Force (Bella)


Michele C
Member
Female
41 years old
About Me

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