Donations are always needed - please, can you help?

As we all know times are tight for everyone, which is especially true for the dogs of Northern GreyhoundThe dogs' needs haven’t stopped or slowed down; each dog that comes in must be spayed or neutered, given a full wellness check, and vaccinated. There are also needs beyond the basic intake care; often retired racers arrive with health issues like broken legs or pinched nerves, and sometimes need to be treated for dental work above and beyond basic cleaning. And to keep us running overhead for the location like rent, electricity, maintenance, etc need to be paid for.  We are volunteers, no one is paid, so all donations go directly to the Greyhounds' needs! 

If you can make a donation online
using  PayPal  , please use this link:

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If you can mail in a donation, this form may help:

Click here for Donation Form

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Thank you for your time and consideration!!!

with licks & wags,
The Dogs of N.G.A.

Rossi and her broken leg

Non-monetary donations are appreciated as well!
Here is a list of items that the dogsl could really use ...


blankets & soft bedding - this is a big need, Greys have no extra body fat and thin fur, comfy bedding makes their lives so much better!  (Sheets do not give much for bedding but polar fleece and wool blankts are great, comforters are welcome too; and if you can cut king-sized comforters in half and sew back together the open ends that would be awesome! It really helps when they need to be washed.)

high quality kibble & healthy treats - please call ahead for brands/varieties, or for a quick guideline the brands that Pet Food Warehouse lists are all good, as is Blue Seal made in nearby New Hampshire.  (Sorry, but low-end kibble from grocery stores and discount stores will upset their delicate digestive systems; especially as they are transitioning from track feed to kibble.)

Rawhide rolls made for larger dogs help keep the dogs busy and their teeth cleaned.  Unflavored ones are best for their stomachs, and please not the ones with knots on the ends as those are more of a choking hazard.  Costco sells inexpensive and good quality bags of plain rolled rawhides often.

dog toys & stuffed animals to cuddle - no "bean-filled" (styrofoam or plastic beads) toys or toys that could be choking hazards, please - and "squeakers" get them all barking so those are to be avoided too - thank you!

cleaning supplies - including laundry detergents, general cleaners, gentler detergents preferred & nothing using ammonia please

Please call ahead to make arrrangemnts for a drop-off, Thank you!!!