Age: 7 years 1 month | Sex: Male
Microchip: 956000002997061
Location: Central Coast GAP Adoption Centre

“Red and yellow and pink and green-ie”! Odd name, fun character. How did he get his name? We have no idea, but his funny name certainly adds up to his funny personality. This boy LOVES his toys, any toy at all. Balls, soft or squeaky, anything that he can throw around and enjoy! You do sometimes have to be careful though, as he may accidentally grab your hand instead of the toy when playing. Due to this, Greenie would be best in an adult only home that has had experience with larger dogs as he may knock or be too excitable for children. Greenie is happy to say hello to all of his canine friends, he sometimes does become a bit too much for the smaller dogs but is a quick learner and beginning to have calmer interactions. Greenie copes for extended periods on his own and wouldn’t mind if his new home were full time workers, he will however need a backyard for games. He does soft tissue damage in his right shoulder caused by an old injury. This sometimes makes him limp when he has been walking or up and about for some time.  Greenie is currently in foster care on the Central Coast with a full time worker. He has settled very well and loves all humans he meets.

If Greenie sounds like your man, please contact our Central Coast facility today!

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.

What We Have Noticed...

  • Enjoys all toys
  • Walks calmly on lead
  • Loves to zoom around his yard

Quick Stats


Specific Needs

  • Backyard
  • Experienced Owner

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, Greenie 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)