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SEGA Hound Walking

Southeastern Greyhound Adoption is one of the most fortunate Greyhound adoption groups in the country to have a wonderful and modern kennel facility for many of our hounds while they await forever homes. The SEGA kennel is within an animal hospital in Acworth, Georgia and houses up to 14 SEGA Greyhounds. The animal hospital staff cares for the SEGA kennel hounds during the day and SEGA hound walking volunteers assist with the last walking, clean up, and playtime of the evening.

Our volunteers walk the dogs daily between the hours of 6 and 9 p.m. Walks usually take about 1 to 2 hours. Hound walkers must be 18 years of age. SEGA hound walkers can walk dogs one night a week, one evening a month, or as seldom as one evening a quarter. For a limited time commitment, you are able to get actively involved with the dogs and help care for these wonderful creatures while we work to find them a new home. Hound walkers usually work in pairs, so feel free to recruit a friend or family member to join you for some special bonding with hounds and humans alike!

How SEGA Kennel Hound Walking Volunteers Help SEGA

Why Volunteers Feel Good About Kennel Hound Walking

Time Commitment

Approximately 2 hours per month, plus transportation time to/from the kennel.

If You Are Interested

If you are interested in hound walking, please contact our kennel coordinator, Eda Holt and Judy Mattingly with any questions or to get trained to be a hound walker.