Adoptions to Date : 1,703 Greyhounds

Please note if there is a particular greyhound in our program that you are interested in, then please submit your application on-line immediately.  Greyhounds are allocated to appropriate families on a first come first serve basis. 

If the first application for a particular greyhound is not an appropriate match, we will attempt to introduce that family to greyhounds that fit their profile and move onto the next application in line for the original greyhound.

Greyhounds are the oldest breed of dog known to man and are mentioned in the bible.

Greyhounds are couch potatoes and do not need room to run.  They are built for speed, not endurance.  You do not need a backyard to have a greyhound.  If you do not have a backyard, you will need to walk them at least four times per day.  They are also very dedicated to humans.  They will bond to your family within days, even though their adjustment to home life may take a couple of months.

Looking for a greyt place for your furkid to stay when you have to go away?  
Greyhound Angels provides boarding services for greyhounds and their other breed friends.  We limit the number of boarders to ensure that we are able to give your furkid attention and plenty of love.  

Want to pamper your hound? 
A Greyhound Angels Spa Day is just what they may need.  We have a 4 foot by 5 foot walk in shower so we don't have to lift them off their long legs.

Monday through Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Closed on Wednesdays

2325 West Main Street, Millville, NJ 08332

(856) 292-8780

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Hounds For Heroes

Greyhound Angels supports our veterans through our Hounds For Heroes Program. We provide companion greyhounds for the brave men and women who have given so much for our country. For more information please contact William Brennan at

Haulbecue Update!!

There will be a haul coming in from West Virginia on Saturday, July 26th, between 10 - 11 am. We are not only welcoming 11 newly retired racing greyhounds, but also the man who raised them. If you have adopted a WV's greyhound, then this man whelped and raised your retired racer. This is a non-greyhound event, please leave your baby home, as we will need your help settling our newbies to The Village!! We are sure that Rod will not mind you asking him some questions about your/his babies!

Look who is retiring on Saturday:

Mahome (WV's Mahome) - 3 year old black male
Eckman (WV's Eckman) - 22 month old red male
Hansford (WV's Hansford) - 15 month old white and brindle male
Ace (Easi Ace) - 3 year old red male
Antone (Easi Antone) - 3 year old brindle male
Paul (Gez Tiger Paul) - 3 year old brindle male
Biggie (RCK Big Boy) - 3 year old black male
Electric (Hydro Electric) - 4.5 year old black male
Amanda (WV's Amandaville) - 2.5 year old red female
Aracoma (WV's Aracoma) - 2.5 year old brindle female
Kale (Easi Kale) - 4 year old red brindle male