Unfortunately today’s post is a sad one, We have learned of the passing of Farley Totti at the age of 12. Totti as we called him at kennels was affectionately known as Tommy when he went to his forever home. His owner paid tribute to him saying Tommy was a wonderful dog, not a moments trouble and was quite simply her whole world. Our thoughts are very much with her. Thank you to Tommy’s racing owner who has sent us a photo of him in his prime. Tommy made the final of the prestigious Puppy Derby and a video of that race can be found on our Facebook page. Rest well dear Tommy, much love xx
Unfortunately homing activities have ceased at the moment and the kennels are closed to visitors. We hope to still bring you news of our hounds and will be updating their profile pages if there is anything to report and will be posting videos of them going about their daily business on our Facebook page whenever possible. All at Dillymore and Greyhound Trust Suffolk wish our supporters well in what are the most challenging of circumstances and look forward to opening our branch again as soon as Government and our Head Office Welfare Team consider it safe to do so. Thank you all for your unstinting support, it is as always, very much appreciated.
Unfortunately due to the current situation regarding the Coronavirus we have cancelled the walk due to take place next Sunday (29th). We will reinstate our monthly walks just as soon as we have permission from Head Office to do so. Our annual quiz has been rescheduled for 10th October The Great Global Greyhound Walk has be rescheduled for 11th October
We have had news of recently homed Derek (Not so Classical) He is now known as Rory and this is what his family have to say about him ” He’s really settled in well and looks forward to his twice-daily walks, meeting other dogs and people. He’s very keen on the people who make a fuss of him, recognising them from a long way off when he sees them again!” Here he is trying out his new bed.