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A PLACE FOR US GREYHOUND RESCUE

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: To help Greyhounds in need to find loving homes after they have retired from racing or if they are in perilous situations such as in animal shelters, on craigslist, loose on the streets, or relinquished to our group.

Results: Since 1997, A Place for Us Greyhound Rescue and Adoption has found homes for over 300 Greyhounds.

Target demographics: Greyhounds in need of assistance and help in our area.

Direct beneficiaries per year: twenty Greyhounds in need.

Geographic areas served: Animal rescue and adoption.

Programs: care and provision for Greyhounds in need.

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Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I got my first greyhound from APFUG in New Mexico. I was so impressed by the commitment of the volunteers, and the concern for the well being of the dogs above all else, I began to volunteer. All three of my greyhounds have been APFUG hounds.

2 Elaine S.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

A Place for Us Greyhounds (APFUG) was founded in 1996 in New Mexico and it is a 501 (c) 3, tax exempt charity. APFUG was founded with the goal of placing greyhounds from all walks of life into appropriate pet homes. The organization is neutral on the subject of greyhound racing. APFUG has placed retired racing greyhounds, cold blood (coyote hunter) greyhounds, greyhound mixes, and also the occasional AKC greyhounds that have found themselves in trouble and without a place to go. APFUG exists totally on tax deductible donations from the public, as well as from the occasional yard sales & auctions that are held. IT IS RUN ENTIRELY BY VOLUNTEERS. Not a single worker or director accepts any kind of salary or gift in kind. ALL MONIES go to providing DIRECT SERVICES TO THE DOGS! Linda Dunn, President, was the first person to establish a relationship with the isolated greyhound breeders in the TX panhandle. The group is now based in Lubbock, TX, which is where it relocated after the original NM branch shut down. For a very small group, APFUG does outstanding work!