Get 2021 Greyhound Calendars

Just in time for 2021, GPANashville is selling The Greyhound Project's new greyhound calendars. It features pictures of greyhounds submitted by adopters like you. Proceeds support GPANashville.

Available in both the desk and wall version, these calendars are as fun to look at as they are to use. Remember to buy extras to give as holiday gifts.

Desk Calendar
$17 + tax and shipping

Wall Calendar
$14 + tax and shipping

To order, click here and use PayPal option to pay or mail a check made out to GPANashville, PO Box 1042, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37023

Calendar supply is limited and we sell out quickly, so order now to ensure that you get your calendars. Questions: Click here

Dogs adopted through GPA/Nashville have had the following services:
  • Spay/neuter
  • Dental cleaning*
  • Heartworm testing
  • CBC blood panel testing for anomalies such as tick-born illness
  • Deworming**
  • Nail trimming
  • Current rabies and DHPPL vaccinations
  • 3-9 weeks of fostering in the homes of experienced foster families***

Each dog comes with:
  • 6 months of heartworm preventative
  • Microchip for identification
  • Star ID tag with 1-800 number call service
  • Martingale collar and leash
  • Racing muzzle
  • At least a week's worth of dog food
  • Adoption packet containing valuable resources such as coupons and publications that will help you better understand your greyhound's unique needs while also assist you in helping your dog adjust to his new life as a pet
  • Support of the largest greyhound adoption community in Nashville

*Senior dogs that have been returned may not have dental cleaning done if the vet determines anesthesia is risky for the hound.

**GPA/Nashville treats all dogs for worms, however worms can be very tenacious. GPA/Nashville provides 6 months of Advantage Multi for additional treatment at the time of adoption with a value of $100. The adopter is responsible for any additional treatments needed.

***%98 of GPA/Nashville dogs have been learning home skills in foster care for 3 weeks or more. Our 15+ years of experience in greyhound adoption has demonstrated that the dogs are best served by moving to their permanent homes when they are ready. This ensures that they form strong emotional bonds with their adoptive families rather than with foster families. However, every dog is different. Those that need more time in foster care get it.

Some Recent Adoptions

Congratulations to Millie who was recently adopted by Ellen

Congratulations to Colby and Catch who were recently adopted by Sharon

Congratulations to Shelly who was recently adopted by Tyler & Caitlin

Congratulations to Stella and Bo who were recently adopted by Robb & Elaine