Celebrating Greyhounds Magazine

After 21 years of publishing, the award-winning quarterly magazine devoted to greyhounds as pets published its final issue in 2017. The Greyhound Project and Greyhound Adoption League of Texas (GALT) are excited to announce that all back issues are now available in their entirety online for free*

Those of you who knew and loved the magazine will find yourselves engrossed in article after article with a combination of fond memories and new insights.  While an article here and there may feel slightly dated, we find far more of them ring true to life with our greyhounds today.

Those of you who are new to Celebrating Greyhounds may be surprised at the depth and breadth of knowledge shared in these issues. What is even more astonishing is that each beautifully designed issue was published thanks to a collaboration of committed volunteers. 

The Greyhound Project published Celebrating Greyhounds from 1996 through 2017. For 21 years, the magazine contributed to educating and uniting greyhound enthusiasts around the world. Creating each issue was a labor of love, and it is our sincere hope that the content will help you learn, laugh, cry, and continue sharing that love.

Thank you to our readers for your years of generous support and lively feedback. Thank you to Marcia Herman, Cindy Hanson, and Stacy Pigott for your thoughtful and intelligent stewardship over the years. Thank you to the wonderful team of copy editors who gave up their personal time to make each issue read like they got paid for it. And thank you to every person who contributed toward the incredible wealth of content in this magazine, making each issue a small treasure. 

The final issue, Fall/Winter 2017, includes a retrospective look at communication among greyhound adopters over the years, as well as a look back back by the magazine's three former editors.  


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