The Southeastern Greyhound Club's (SEGC's) by-laws declare that our purpose is two-fold: to provide Greyhound owners with a variety of ways to have fun with their Greyhounds, and to promote the breed by spreading the word about what wonderful pets Greyhounds make. Our members take these purposes quite seriously, and find more ways to fulfill both each year.
SEGA is a 100% volunteer operated organization with no paid staff or significant sponsor. All of your donations in time and money go straight to helping the Greyhounds and our mission.
We currently have 14 Greyhounds available for adoption. It costs approximately $70 dollars per week to feed and care for each dog in our kennel, which does not include the spay/neuter and dental vet expenses spent on each hound as soon as they enter our program. When you sponsor one of our adoptable Greyhounds, your donation helps that hound while it waits for a forever home. SEGA will recognize your support by listing your name with the Greyhound — even after it is adopted!
|Due to concerns about canine influenza, the SEGA Advisory Board has made the decision to temporarily suspend the Petco and Petsmart meet and greets. This impacts the following locations:|
|Please check the SEGC calendar for cancellation notices related to particular locations.|
Cash Allowance (nka Lucy)
Kristen Castagna (nka Dixie)
Material Gain (nka Sheeba)
Tired of always having to get up and let your Greyhound in and out? If you have a fenced yard or turn out area, consider purchasing a Hale Pet Door and give your hound the freedom to go in and out on their own. Hale Pet Door also has a Rescue Rewards Program. When you shop at Hale Pet Door and specify SEGA as your shelter, you save 10% and SEGA receives proceeds equal to 10% of your purchase. We even have testimonials available from satisfied SEGA adopters. Read More
The pictures from Greyfest 2015 (and prior years) are online and available for your review and purchase. SEGA had a professional photographer who was very generous and donated all her images as a fundraiser for SEGA. Images are being offered for for $3 each, with all proceeds benefiting SEGA and its adoption program. Read More
Kroger has a Community Rewards Program that allows you to help SEGA while earning your own Kroger points. Your regular purchases at Kroger can result in $$ for SEGA if you register for the Community Rewards Program and designate SEGA as your charity of choice. Read More
Click here to visit the SEGA Shop.
Click here for the calendar of events for Southeastern Greyhound Club and Southeastern Greyhound Adoption.