Greyhounds is a quarterly publication for Greyhound adopters, owners, and
friends. Made possible through the cooperative efforts of individuals and
Greyhound adoption organizations, it is published under the auspices of The Greyhound
Project, Inc., a nonprofit corporation. Two copies are sent free of
charge to every adoption group in the world. Those with an interest
in Greyhounds, Greyhound adoptions, sighthounds, or any dog, will find
interesting information here.
CG Magazine was created in 1996 to augment The Greyhound
Project's bi-monthly free newsletter, Speaking of Greyhounds,
published between 1994 and 1998 and distributed free to adoption
volunteers. So many adopters also wanted the newsletter that CG
was created to fill the void for those who had no other publication to
turn to. The main purpose of the magazine is to provide
information about Greyhounds as a breed as well as to benefit Greyhounds
and the people who work in adoptions. CG currently has a distribution of
over 6,000 with subscribers in all 50 states as well as Canada,
England, France, Germany, Australia and Hong Kong.
CG Magazine is informative and entertaining. It publishes helpful, serious as well as
lighthearted articles for people living with Greyhounds. Topics range
from activities, adoption and rescue, caring for healthy and special
needs dogs, fundraising ideas, medical information, to stories about
courageous Greyhounds, cartoons and humor, book reviews, and
even information about famous Greyhounds.