Michelle is not cat safe but she is small dog safe. Michelle was adopted on 12/20/2005 by Amanda Vesper of Pinckney.
N's Big N Rich, Red Brindle, male
N's Eye Dazzler, Red Brindle, female
N's Goodtiminman, Light Brindle, male
N's Lotsa Crome, Light Brindle, male
N's Renegade, Light Brindle, male
N's Sweet Angel, Brindle, female
If you would like to contact other people who have adopted hounds from GEM, please email us and we will gladly provide you with names and email addresses.
Found one you like?
If you think you have already found a greyhound you would like to consider, complete our online application for adoption. If you prefer NOT to apply online you may request a printable application in PDF format click here. You will need Adobe Acrobat reader to print this application. After you complete the application, mail it to GEM at:
GreytHounds of Eastern Michigan
P.O. Box 194
Wayne, MI 48184
The Greyhound Inmate Experience (TGIE)
is a nonprofit prison program. Our purpose is to
provide trained and socialized retired greyhounds
for family adoption and to educate the public of
the redemptive and rehabilitative benefits of the program.
Every 10 weeks twenty greys enter the program and are
cared for and trained by forty specialized inmate dog handlers.
This all inspiring program touches the lives of everyone
connected to it and we are proud to partner with GEM
To learn more about T.G.I.E. visit their web site at