Age: 5 years 10 months | Sex: Male
Microchip: 956000004288934
Location: Central Coast GAP Adoption Centre
The first thing that comes up when you Google “Archie” is everything Royal, and even though our Archie is not officially apart of the Royal family, he is quite regal and royal within himself, how his beautiful blue brindle coat shines in the sun, and the way he prances around his yard. 

Trot, Trot, Trot.

He is also known as Archibald, and we think he is quite the prize! He’s stunning to look at, a great guy to hang out with in the yard, sometimes likes to dig some holes (or in his mind; maintains his yard), and he loves to play with toys with his human friends.

Archie likes walking, but does sometimes pull on his lead, and will need a harness whilst walking out and about. He is quite good with learning and we are sure he will pick up better lead manners quickly.

Archie is looking for a home with the following:
- A backyard so he can play, run and jump around in.
- A nice comfy bed, or a garden bed as well so he can sleep for hours on end.
- A quiet neighborhood.
- An active lifestyle, which his humans will take him out for walks and plenty of playtime in the yard.
- An experienced owner of greyhounds or large breed dogs.
- No children or other pets, as he is not suitable for either, and would rather have all the attention to himself.

If you’d like a little royalty in your life, and Archie sounds like that guy for you, he is located at our Wyee facility and is ready to go out into a home on a foster basis. 

Application Process

  1. Take a look at all our greyhounds for adoption here
  2. Fill out this application form
  3. We will reply with any questions and give you information on the next steps
  4. Welcome your greyhound into your home and receive ongoing support.

Quick Stats


Specific Needs

  • Active Lifestyle
  • Backyard
  • Experienced Owner
  • Quiet Neighourhood

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, Archie has:

  • a C5 vaccination
  • been desexed
  • been microchipped
  • been intestinally wormed
  • been heartworm tested
  • had flea and heartworm prevention

*(no need to register with your council - this is all done as part of the Lifetime Registration)