Foster families of 2018

GPA-Nashville would like to thank all our foster families of 2018. We are grateful for the efforts of ALL our volunteers and fostering is a critical role. So many greyhounds have found happy homes because of the selfless efforts of the foster families. If you will open your home for 3 or 4 weeks to a greyhound even just one time a year, it will make a HUGE difference in so many greyhounds' lives.

If you would like to become a foster family please fill in the online form so that we know to contact you. All the food and medical expenses are paid for. These dogs just need the benefit of your home for a short time.


Foster FamilyDogsDays

Jillian HowellHellfire Dakota48
Mardy FonesBr Huckleberry45
Karla Drischel Canaan Spanky37
Robert Bandstra & Amber Bowers Kb's Maisy35
Christina & Matt Perlick Kelle Nite, Heartbreak Hotel34
Jake Heaser & Darcy Payne Don Trump29
Andrew & Teri WisniewskiDan Gronkowski26
Allison McPeak Oaks Crazy Corra24
John PepperOaks Crazy Corra24
Susan Allen Broersma Turbo Henri22
Dr. Brian K Reed & Leah Reed PTL Satin13
David & Jennifer BrinkleyHoomanawanui13
Andra & Glenn CrandellArtex Triton, Atascocita Genie10
Cameron & Megan Cowden Hoomanawanui8
Kala Wiggins & Sonya Thomas PTL Satin6
Jeremy & Janet SchusterKB's Philomena, Dan Gronkowski6
Keith & Stacey Kuboske WW's Salsa3
Andy & Sarah CheltonTurbo Henri1

Our bronze level fosters are essential to the foster program. They usually take 1 or 2 dogs in the year or watch dogs when other fosters travel. Many many dogs would not be placed if not for the efforts of these foster families.

You can find out more about fostering a greyhound please visit the foster information area of our website, fill out our application form or contact us at (

Every year is a new year! The contributions of foster families in 2017 can be found here