The Adoption Process
We will arrange a home visit.
This is a chance for you to get to know us, our organisation and our expectations of new owners. It also helps us find a suitable dog for you.
If, after the home visit, both parties are happy to proceed then it is up to us to find a potential dog for you based our chat and home visit information.
What expenses are involved?
We ask for a minimum donation of £100. Most dogs are NOT vaccinated as unfortunately our funds do not stretch this far, but some are.
Most dogs are neutered before they go to their new home, but again there are some instances where this is not the case, for example if a bitch has just come out of season then they cannot be neutered for 3 months. Where this is the case though, GAGAH are happy to negotiate the donation.
Support Offered from GAGAH
We are happy to help new owners in every way we can and insist that owners get in touch as soon as any problems start with their new dog. We also expect new owners to be willing and determined to work through problems and not give up at the first hurdle.
Please remember we expect a lifelong commitment from new owners. Greyhounds and lurchers make fantastic pets and are addictive. If we can help in any way to ensure the adoption is a success, we will!
Once we think we have found a suitable dog for you we will contact you.
In many instances new owners need to be willing to travel to meet their potential dog and if you already have a dog or have children, we would much prefer they all went to meet the new dog to ensure the first meeting goes well.
We have dogs in various locations throughout Aberdeenshire, Moray, and Central Scotland. You are able to have more than one meeting to ensure we have found the right dog for you, and sleepovers can be arranged.
After a while, we may follow up with a home visit to talk through any issues and see if there is any additional help we can provide – perhaps putting you in touch with other owners.