My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Second Chance Greyhounds Inc, Douglasville, GA, USA
We looked at various greyhound adoption groups, to include going to various meet and greets over a 6 month period before selecting Second Chance as our adoption group of choice. This decision was based on the level of service and training their adoptees received, the information and experiences provided by all members we met, and the definite level of love and support provided once their hounds are placed in their new "forever homes." Any time we had a concern or question, we received almost instantaneous responses from members of the group, which helped to alleviate our anxiety regarding our new family member. Kudos to the group, and my wife and I are now members and looking forward to sharing our love of greyhounds to prospective members. all members of the group in responding
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The level of support and feedback my wife and I have received since adopting our new family member. Also appreciated that in addition to filling out a fairly comprehensive application, a member of the group came by and inspected our home to confirm our home would be a safe place for the greyhound, as well as answer any questions we might have.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Try to identify additional areas of opportunity where the group would be able to get the word out about the good work they do, and the quality of life that can be gained (by both us and our pet) by adopting a retired racing greyhound.
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How did you find this group?
Through a chance meeting with them at a local event they attended.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
We have become more aware of our actions and interactions in regards to their impact on our little "girl," and strive to be the people our greyhound thinks we are.