Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Join the Greyhound Walking Club for our August Walk






































*Upon arrival, knowing how excited our greys can be and anxious to say hellroooo, keep a short lead and give others plenty of room.  Avoid tangled leashes.  You no doubt are familiar with your grey’s behavior in large groups but may not be aware of other’s behavior when excited. 

Why A Walking Club?

To provide a monthly social outing for our greyhounds as well as outdoor exercise in a new setting.  The walks will be geared for greyhounds of all ages.  The walking locations will allow the greys who need a shorter walk to participate as well as those more energetic souls to go a longer distance.  It will also give the greys’ humans an opportunity to get together and share stories and advice with their fellow greyhound lovers.

To educate the public on the suitability of these dogs as companion animals.  (Our favorite thing to talk about!)


Important Walking Tips for Greys and Their Humans!

*Upon arrival, knowing how excited our greys can be and anxious to say hellroooo, keep a short lead and give others plenty of room.  Avoid tangled leashes.  You no doubt are familiar with your grey’s behavior in large groups but may not be aware of other’s behavior when excited.

*No Flexi-leads/Retractable leads.

*Clean up after your greyhound(s).   Please provide your own poop bags.

*Remember water and bowl for your grey(s).

*Keep the weather in mind and please dress yourself and your greyhound(s) appropriately.   It’s Oregon and we will walk rain or shine!

*Please make sure your greyhound(s) is wearing an ID tag.

*Keep your grey(s) health in mind.  The health and welfare of you and your greyhound(s) are your responsibility.  When you participate in the walking club you do so at your own risk.

* If you are running late or get lost, we’ll have cell phones with us and will hopefully remember to turn them on!  Give us a shout at 503-703-9557 or 503-621-2710 and we will steer you straight.

*Have lots of fun!

Friday, June 27, 2014

Join Us For Our July Greyhound Walk


*Upon arrival, knowing how excited our greys can be and anxious to say hellroooo, keep a short lead and give others plenty of room.  Avoid tangled leashes.  You no doubt are familiar with your grey’s behavior in large groups but may not be aware of other’s behavior when excited. 

Why A Walking Club?

To provide a monthly social outing for our greyhounds as well as outdoor exercise in a new setting.  The walks will be geared for greyhounds of all ages.  The walking locations will allow the greys who need a shorter walk to participate as well as those more energetic souls to go a longer distance.  It will also give the greys’ humans an opportunity to get together and share stories and advice with their fellow greyhound lovers.

To educate the public on the suitability of these dogs as companion animals.  (Our favorite thing to talk about!)


Important Walking Tips for Greys and Their Humans!

*Upon arrival, knowing how excited our greys can be and anxious to say hellroooo, keep a short lead and give others plenty of room.  Avoid tangled leashes.  You no doubt are familiar with your grey’s behavior in large groups but may not be aware of other’s behavior when excited.

*No Flexi-leads/Retractable leads.

*Clean up after your greyhound(s).   Please provide your own poop bags.

*Remember water and bowl for your grey(s).

*Keep the weather in mind and please dress yourself and your greyhound(s) appropriately.   It’s Oregon and we will walk rain or shine!

*Please make sure your greyhound(s) is wearing an ID tag.

*Keep your grey(s) health in mind.  The health and welfare of you and your greyhound(s) are your responsibility.  When you participate in the walking club you do so at your own risk.

* If you are running late or get lost, we’ll have cell phones with us and will hopefully remember to turn them on!  Give us a shout at 503-703-9557 or 503-621-2710 and we will steer you straight.

*Have lots of fun!

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Join Us for Our Next Greyhound Walk


Singing Happy Birthday To You

















Why we love Portland






























Won't you join us for our next walk in Eastmoreland?




Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Community Recycling Day to aid the hounds





Recycling Fundraiser
Dispose of documents, obsolete electronics & Styrofoam.

It makes sense that an organization that “recycles” pets would have a recycling fundraiser to raise “cents,” or dollars, in this case.  Oregon Greyhound Adoption (OGA) has scheduled Community Recycling Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 3, at Multnomah Greyhound Park, 944 NE 223 Ave., Wood Village/Fairview.

The event will give people a way to dispose of sensitive documents (by shredding), obsolete electronics and Styrofoam.  Electronics include televisions, VCRs, PDAs, computers, keyboards, cameras, telephones, stereos, audio equipment and more.  Microwaves will not be accepted.

The fundraising is by donation with a suggestion of $5 for each item or two bags/boxes of documents, with a $50 maximum per “carload.”  Donations are tax deductible because OGA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.


Visitors are asked to enter the parking lot from Wood Village Blvd., just past Fred Meyers.
































 






Sunday, March 23, 2014

Monday, March 10, 2014

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Greyhound Walking Club - March Walk - Alameda Ridge




Please join us for our March greyhound walk - hoping for nicer weather…




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Why A Walking Club?
 To provide a monthly social outing for our greyhounds as well as outdoor exercise in a new setting.  The walks will be geared for greyhounds of all ages.  The walking locations will allow the greys who need a shorter walk to participate as well as those more energetic souls to go a longer distance.  It will also give the greys’ humans an opportunity to get together and share stories and advice with their fellow greyhound lovers.
 To educate the public on the suitability of these dogs as companion animals.  (Our favorite thing to talk about!)

Important Walking Tips for Greys and Their Humans!
 *No Flexi-leads/Retractable leads.
*Upon arriving keep in mind that all of the hounds will be excited and you will want to chat with all of the humans BUT it is very important to be aware and to give each hound space.
DO NOT ALLOW DOGS AND LEASHES TO GET TANGLED. 
 *Clean up after your greyhound(s).   Please provide your own poop bags.  
 *Remember water and bowl for your grey(s). 
 *Keep the weather in mind and please dress yourself and your greyhound(s) appropriately.   It’s Oregon and we will walk rain or shine!
*Please make sure your greyhound(s) is wearing an ID tag.
 *Keep your grey(s) health in mind.  The health and welfare of you and your greyhound(s) are your responsibility.
*When you participate in the walking club you do so at your own risk. 
*Have lots of fun!



Saturday, February 1, 2014

Join Us For Our Next Greyhound Walk



Snow and Ice - No Walk this Sunday - Stay safe





Beware of ice and the ice crust on the snow. 

As you can imagine, this icy crust can cut and tear up a greyhound's legs and feet as they tromp through the snow.  Dogs slip and slide with their legs going every which way.  This can cause sprains, cuts, bruises and even broken bones.  Be careful!






Sunday, January 5, 2014

HAPPY 2014 - Join us January 12



Greyhound Walking Club
Join us Sunday, January 12


Monday, December 2, 2013

December Walk CANCELLED


The Greyhound Walk has been CANCELLED...




Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Pet Portraits and Holiday Cards by Terri Jacobson







































Here are several samples of the Holiday Cards you will be able to order:
25 Holiday Cards $40...Photo prices posted below...









Wednesday, October 2, 2013

It's time for our October Greyhound Walk






































*Upon arrival, knowing how excited our greys can be and anxious to say hellroooo, keep a short lead and give others plenty of room.  Avoid tangled leashes.  You no doubt are familiar with your grey’s behavior in large groups but may not be aware of others’ behavior when excited. 

*No Flexi-leads/Retractable leads. 

*Clean up after your greyhound(s).   Please provide your own poop bags.  

*Remember water and bowl for your grey(s). 

*Keep the weather in mind and please dress yourself and your greyhound(s) appropriately.   It’s Oregon and we will walk rain or shine!

*Please make sure your greyhound(s) is wearing an ID tag.

*Keep your grey(s) health in mind.  The health and welfare of you and your greyhound(s) are your responsibility.  When you participate in the walking club you do so at your own risk.