Your Greyhound's Vacation Destination...
Located in Oro-Medonte, about an hour North of Toronto, Camp Greyhound became a "Home-away-from-Home" for retired racing greyhounds in 2006. Since that time hundreds of families have entrusted us with their greyhounds.
If you're looking for the safest and most fun place to board your retired racer, then drop us a line and let us fill your boarding needs with a stay they will love. Pasture adventures, fun runs with other hounds, and liver ice cream by the pond!
$46 / calendar day - covers til noon the following day
$275 / week
*Statutory Holidays incur a $20 surcharge.
We accept retired racers and compatible other sighthounds. Exceptions are sometimes made for housemates who are not greyhounds, depending on compatibility.
Raw Food Diet:
$4 / lbs while boarding
We're located in Oro-Medonte, about one hour North of Toronto. Conveniently situated 1km off Highway 11.
Check out our shuttle service if you're in a rush!
Appointments are made for drop off and pick up. If you can't make your appointment time, please call us to let us know, otherwise there may be a late fee of $20 added to your invoice. We are open through the holidays but sometimes may not be available for check in or check out on days like Christmas. Please notify us when you're on the way to pick up or drop off your hound, so we can facilitate a smooth transfer.
Fully fenced paddock for multiple daily turnouts.
Initial introductions are done here.
Sand pile for all your hounds' digging needs.
Swimming pools and shade for the hotter months.
Four acres of fenced pasture land for the hounds to really stretch their legs in good weather!
We take muzzle safety seriously. Play hard. Play safe.
Single-storey home, with no stairs. We have several different beds and crates for your hound to choose from.
Comfortable sleep is important after all that play!
Resident camp counsellors to help your own hound settle in. Tempo showing everyone how it's done.
Taking care of your greyhounds since 2006. Hope to see you soon!
*Muzzles are always worn for outside play, unless a singleton is turned out, or a hound is elderly or toothfree.