These Italian Greyhounds are available for adoption in Missouri and Kansas with IGCA Rescue.

Please submit an adoption application if you would like to be first on our list of potential adopters. Sometimes dogs don’t make it to our available list because we had the perfect approved adopter waiting for a dog.

 . Zita .
 . Zita .  . Zita .  . Zita .
  • Italian Greyhound
Zita is a sweet girl who wants love and attention but is sometimes too afraid to get it. She is excited when her foster parents come home and will wag her tail to be petted, but does not like to be picked up from the ground. She is getting braver and will happily be picked up from the couch. She learns quickly from her foster siblings and is getting consistent with potty habits in a fenced yard. She is, however, still afraid of the leash and because of that, a fenced yard is required for Zita. Being with other dogs really helps because she looks to her foster siblings for guidance when she is uncertain, and she typically follows their lead and learns from their examples. She feels safe in a kennel and will sometimes hang out in there even when she doesn't have to. Zita is happiest snuggled up next to her foster siblings on the couch. Because of her shy nature, she needs a home with no young children but does do well with other dogs and cats. With some love and consistency, this special girl is coming out of her shell more each day!
Adult, Female, Small
 . Kenzie .
 . Kenzie .  . Kenzie .  . Kenzie .
  • Italian Greyhound
  • Spayed/Neutered
Kenzie spent her life up until now not knowing how to be a loved household pet, but she is quickly learning the good life in her foster home! She still runs and cowers when someone goes to pick her up but once she’s settled in, she is a pro in the cuddle department! Although she is a shy girl, she warms up quickly and is full of life and love to give. Kenzie gets along great with the other dogs in her foster home and even likes the cats! Because of her shy nature, she needs a home with no young children. She has learned to love sleeping on furniture and with cozy blankets. A fenced yard is required for Kenzie because she loves being outside, does not have good leash skills, and is very hard to catch. She’s learning how to use stairs (will go down but not up yet) and doing well using piddle pads inside the house. Kenzie will likely lose a number of teeth in her upcoming dental and will be spayed before her adoption.
Adult, Female, Small
 . Ralphie .
 . Ralphie .  . Ralphie .
  • Italian Greyhound
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without small kids
Ralphie is a stunning biggy iggy who is still trying to learn how to trust humans. He’s one year old but his early life experiences have affected his socialization. He LOVES his foster mom but is unsure of most everyone else, including his foster dad. Ralphie has all the energy of a typical IG puppy and needs a home with a confident, playful dog with good manners from which he can learn. He must go to a home with a 6 ft privacy fence and experience with Italian Greyhounds. Ralphie will not do well in a busy home with lots of comings and goings. He is working on his potty training and leash skills and is not a dog that you can reliably take out on to dog parks, etc. Ralphie is UTD on vaccines, neutered, heartworm negative and on preventative.
Young, Male, Medium
 . Riley .
 . Riley .  . Riley .  . Riley .
  • Italian Greyhound
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
Riley is a sweet boy who needs to lose a little weight but will still be a biggy iggy. Riley loves adults and kids alike. He will attempt to play with toys and other dogs occasionally but is happiest when he’s with his favorite human. Riley is crate-trained and has great potty habits, scratching at the door when he needs to go out. Like most iggies, he’s got an ornery streak, getting into trash cans, surfing the counter, and chewing an occasionally emery board! Riley is very food motivated, knows some tricks, and is a joy to have at his foster home. He does have an autoimmune condition that seems to be vaccine induced. Vet has recommended that Riley should not go to dog parks or kennels that could trigger the condition. 6/8/19 12:25 PM
Adult, Male, Medium
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