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.
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.
The last thing we need is for Deb to fall for another puppy. It’s a very bad habit!
Little Sissy May had to have a leg amputated due to an undetected break. She is just a few months old. Once out of pain Sissy developed rocket fuel energy and made up for lost time. She is absolutely gorgeous and ready to made someones life complete.
Dolly has a bit more meat on her bones these days than this image taken six weeks ago shows.
A July 2012 girl who raced for five minutes and was found straying. Lovely looking lady.
Ardera Henry, arrived at Tia on his birthday. 8.2.2011.
Chuck won four races at Pelaw Grange and was discovered straying in Sunderland, nine months after his last race. Chuck has settled in well and has yet to be neutered. He is still available to foster during the kennel installation.
Last time we had a girl this beautiful, potential adopters almost came to blows.
Sansa was a pretty good racer, winning 25 of her 111 starts. She finished last at Doncaster in May and arrived here a few months ago.
Emporio Virgo dob 1.9.2011
Please ring Deb.
Needs to find his place in the world and get out of here.
Lochdara Blaize dob 16.9.2010
Raced at Sheffield
Just envy her that figure.
All the young ladies that came in around her arrival here have gone on to their own sofas. High time Leah had a change of luck. Just another little black ex-racer from down the road,
Ross Moments 13.5.11