501(C)(3) all volunteer organization, our mission at FastDogs-FastFriends:
Greyhound Adoption is to place these wonderful hounds into safe, loving homes.
Whether they are retired directly from a track (some physically and/or
emotionally injured), a greyhound placed at Rabies Animal Control or any other
facility, or perhaps someone's pet who, for whatever reason, must be
surrendered, makes no difference to us. Once they come into the FastDogs family,
every dog receives loving care. Their medical needs (including spay/neuter and
vaccinations) are tended to, and they remain with us until an appropriate home
is found - however long it takes.
If you are inquring about surrendering a greyhound that you have adopted from us in the past, Racing Home Greyhound Adoption is helping with these. They can be contacted here:
602-573-0940 - email@example.com
Executive Director - Dan@FastDogs.Org - 480-227-8795
After visiting the FastDogs-FastFriends website many times in 2001, I adopted my best friend Prince Harry! A gorgeous 74-pound red brindle that looks like a tiger but loves like a baby. I became more involved over time by showing up to meet and greets and volunteering at the adoption events. In December of 2007 I decided to take the position of adoption coordinator and President, envisioning many positive changes that a new member of the board can bring. My logical and process oriented background of engineering and business owner gives me the analytical tools to lead this organization.
Vice President /Treasurer
Nina is a retired corporate executive who got involved with FastDogs-FastFriends Greyhound Adoption when she adopted her two boy-hounds eight years ago. Since that time she’s been working with the FDFF group, performing all sorts of functions: finalizing adoptions, transferring hounds to/from the vet's office as well as to foster and adoptive homes, working many of the FDFF events and all of our annual birthday parties, getting donations, and handling various crises. During the first five years she was the first line of contact since she handled all phone calls coming in on the FDFF cell phone. Nina is also the Treasurer for PACC911 and spends much of her time working on their events and other functions. In addition to her greyhounds, Nina shares her home with three kitties.