Pups Without Partners is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit greyhound only adoption program supported by donations
from caring individuals. The purpose of our program is to safely guard greyhounds in the racing industry by placing them as pets when their racing career is over. Click "Pups" above to see currently available dogs
Sunday, May 17 10am-2pm
Dog Days at the Beach
Oak Grove Park at
West Haven Beach
ALL BREEDS ARE WELCOME!
Come one come all!
Great fun for the whole family
Silent Auction, Raffles, Vendors
Animal Blessing at end of walk.
Walk starts at Oak Grove goes to Bradley Point and back.
Pledges are flat rate
Pre-Registration per person is $15.00 Day of event is $20.00
Pre-registered line up at 9:30am
Day of event registration 9:00am
How better to help find homes for retired racers than to enjoy a nice bottle of vino? Each bottle features one of our past adoptees.
and order yours today!
Keep watching the Pups page and see who's new!
We have meet and greets nearly every weekend, either at local pet stores or a variety of events. So check our calendar on the events page and come meet a greyhound in person! (or would that be "in-dog?")
We're looking for new homes as well as volunteers to foster new hounds until they find their forever homes. Maybe you've been thinking about fostering or finally are in the right situation to get yourself a forever friend. Well now is the time! If you know of anyone interested, please direct them to our site. We're here to support and give guidance to future and current greyhound owners.
Download the latest issue of PWP's Greyhound Gossip from the News page!
Social Networking Site
Come one, come all to PWP's site for interacting with other greyhound lovers and PWP volunteers! pupswithoutpartners.ning.com is our place for you to socialize, ask, learn and brag about your pups! Sign up and take part today!
If you ever see a wandering greyhound, call us immediately. If you ever lose your greyhound, call us immediately. 203-933-3607 We know all the adoption groups and will most likely be able to contact the owners and/or assist in search and rescue.
Remember, keep those hounds leashed!