Sunday, May 13, 2018

Seen Roaming Around Greater Eugene...

                 Photo/Concept courtesy of Jerry Finigan.

Monday, May 7, 2018

May Greyhound Walk: West Eugene Wetlands, Sunday, May 20th

Where: West Eugene Wetlands

When: May 20th, Sunday, @ 1:30 PM
So let's meet May 20 at 1:30 at the West Eugene Wetlands' Tsanchiifin Walk  near the corner of West 11th and Danebo Avenues. Turn east off Danebo into the parking lot at the Red House. There is little shade on this walk, so be sure to bring a hat and, if it's a warm day, water for humans and dogs."

Sunday, May 6, 2018

A Few Photos From OSU's Pet Day Celebration

All of these GREYT photos are courtesy of Eric Merchant.   It was a busy, busy day for the greys!  This was one of the best-attended Pet Day Celebrations in recent years.  Thanks to all who attended and assisted!

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Greyt Happenings For Willamette Valley Greyhound Lovers - May, 2018

The May 2018 issue of Greyt Happenings For Willamette Valley Greyhound Lovers can be downloaded here.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

May Birthdays in the Willamette Valley!

May 2

Lexi, age 5


May 6

Mikey, age 6

Mercy, Mikey & Ted

May 8

Biscuit, age 7


May 10

Simon, age 2


May 11

Berry, age 11

Berry & Duck Friends

May 28

Dean, age 3


Saturday, April 21, 2018

Rainbow Bridge: Smokey

                          (Js Holy Smoke)

                           August 1, 2007 - April 19, 2018

                 Loved by the Arthenayake Family of Corvallis.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Lonely Library Greyhound Now An Internet Sensation

Libraries are supposed to be quiet places, but when there's a dog on site for kids to read to, you'd expect a little noise.

Except that on Feb. 7, not a single kid signed up to read to Sting, a therapy greyhound. And it made Sting very, very sad.

That is one despondent doggo.

Sting participates in the Paws to Read program at the Ramsey County Library in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. The program helps kids overcome their fear of reading out loud, or just get better at it, by reading to a therapy dog for 20 minutes.

Sting's human companion, John Muellner, posted the above image, and a few more, on Facebook when no one signed up to read to Sting that night.

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