Tia re homes, on average, 250 Greyhounds and Lurchers a year.
We always like to hear how our old friends are getting on. A simple email to Deb along with a photograph is always nice.
Lulu is coming back to kennels from foster and needs a home. The strumpet has just turned two years old. Here is what her fantastic foster parents have to say.
The few weeks we have spent with Lulu have been a classic example of a pup learning to be a pet dog. When she arrived at our house, she was wild and unrestrained and driven solely by puppyish curiosity. And having come from a racing background, she was also not house-trained in any way.
So how is she now? Lulu has matured into probably the friendliest dog I have ever looked after. She adores everyone, and her fun-seeking puppy mentality means that she wants o be involved in whatever anyone is doing. She loves to lick everyone’s hands, and also their faces if she can get that far up, but she is not a “jump up” type of dog when people arrive at the house. She really enjoys playing with toys, flinging them around and chasing them. With a bit of space she likes to play chase with those toys. The young children in the street where she was fostered like to greet her and pet her, and she loves the attention, and does not get rowdy when getting it.
He needs a forever home in his twilight years, this gentle boy showed lovely manners as he waited for his TIA sausages, walked a treat in the orchard and was so polite as we greeted the horse.
Through no fault of his own he finds himself looking for a forever sofa. He is a very handsome boy.If you look carefully you can see the black love hearts on his coat
Gail to her friends.
Skates on Kate 1.1.2012
Raced in Ireland very briefly Her big brother is an open racer but Coco didn’t want to show off.
Tybur Aston 5.1.2012
Frankly his pedigree is a thing of beauty!. By an Open Racer and out of an Open Racer. Aston never quite reached the heights that his parents reached but still won 12 races.