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Because of YOUR help, we have found homes for all 19 of the greyhounds that came to our family when live racing ended at Tucson Greyhound Park.

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We always need foster homes & have an urgent need for temporary homes for new hounds!

AGR has an ongoing need for foster homes while our hounds await adoption. If you can open your home and your heart to foster an AGR hound, please read the foster requirements, fill out a foster application, and email foster@azgreyhoundrescue.org with any questions.

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New Alabama Hounds

On August 9th, eight new greyhounds (4 males and 4 females) came to our family from Mobile Alabama where a lot of the hounds from Tucson Greyhound Park were taken after the end of live racing in Arizona.


ASAVET Mobile Unit


ASAVET brought their mobile unit to our kennel and Dr. Karter Neal performed surgeries and dental cleanings on our greyhounds.



ASAVET also provided spay/neuter surgeries and dentals for our hounds that arrived from a greyhound farm in Kansas in January.

sol.DOG dogs

In addition to our hounds, three dogs that were rescued by sol.DOG were spayed or neutered. They are being trained by Rachel Molyneux and will be available for adoption through sol.DOG

Bob Helping With Recovery

AGR volunteers were able to assist the ASAVET staff.


Bob Mittan is helping to care for Thom in the recovery room.


Avery is a small female greyhound that will be available for adoption soon.

Avery in the Recovery Room Avery in the Recovery Room