Blackie and His Cute Tail

Blackie is ready! Here’s a photo taken this morning of Blackie, who turned 2 in April. He had his stitches out this morning and looks greyt. Tail has healed nicely thanks to the TLC of the LWR Animal Hospital (especially … Continued

Volunteer Opportunities

Some of the Sunday crew at RDRP! We have an amazing time walking hounds, cleaning kennels, tending to their physical and emotional needs. There is nothing better than volunteering for RDRP! I will get photos of Paula next time! Volunteer … Continued

April Adopt a Greyhound Month

Let’s Celebrate Greyhounds Huffington Post – Kate Fisher April is National Adopt-a-Greyhound Month! Whether you are looking to adopt, volunteer, or just want to learn about this beautiful breed, the time has never been better to spread awareness about greyhounds … Continued

RDRP Open House

RDRP Open house this SUNDAY March 13th! Don’t forget this Sunday Daylight Savings time is here again and it is time to set your clocks forward. Be sure you remember the time change we’d hate to miss out on your … Continued

Depp the Wonder Greyhound

Depp and Camp Kemper Written by Shellby Willhite Kemper — with Christopher Kemper For over a year now, Depp has lived at Camp Kemper as a foster (minus his time at prison and another very brief foster home), and we have … Continued

New Greyhounds at RDRP

RDRP just got 6 new wonderful greyhounds! Each and everyone is unique and deserving of their furever home and loving family. Greyhounds make amazing family members and somehow seem GREYT-ful too. Check out our website, Racing Dog Retirement Project and learn about our … Continued

Volunteer Foster Adopt

So what do YOU LOVE about GREYHOUNDS? I am sure you have 1 or 2 or 1000 things you just LOVE about these quirky, adorable lumps of wonder… go ahead and comment below! 🙂 We are an all-volunteer, not for profit … Continued

About Greyhounds

About Greyhounds From the RDRP website. These retired racers are very intelligent, adaptable dogs that can easily fit into a new environment following a brief adjustment period. They are eager to please and respond positively to any attention given them. … Continued

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