Here is Kim relaxing in her new home. Kim only went home on Saturday and she is settling in well. She has been busy learning about all sorts of things including other breeds of dogs, horses and the joy of having squirrels in the garden. She is getting on well with her friend who isn’t a greyhound and nowhere near as tall as her. She thinks it’s funny that he can walk underneath her!
Our next walk takes place this coming Sunday (19th) please meet at The View Point Cafe, Languard Point, Felixstowe. IP11 3TW for an 11am start.
We have three new ladies. Devon, Lady and Finale are now appearing om our homeless hounds page.
Here is recently homed Diva enjoying a trip to her local. Diva is settling in well in her new home. She has learned all about other breeds of dogs and is now learning that it is o.k to be left at home on her own for a little while. Diva absolutely loves people and so at first being on her own was a bit of a worry for her but now she is confident that her family will always come back she is coping much better.
We had a successful morning at the boot sale this morning. We were ably assisted by kennel dogs Jose and Toby and homed dogs Massey, Davey, Dan and Spring. Thanks to Brian and Gill for donating the items for sale and to everybody who helped on the stall, visited us or made donations.
You can see photos from this event on our Facebook page.
Today we bid farewell to Serena and Spencer. Lovely that they both went home on the same day. They had arrived together and had shared a kennel both at their racing kennel and here at Dillymore. We wish them both lots of luck and send them on their way with love from us all.
Good luck to all our babies that went home in October. Warrior, Hattie, Dazz, Diva, Will, Loki and Bennie you were a pleasure to have at Dillymore. You go with much love from us all
November is looking good with reserved dogs Serena and Kim going home shortly.
We have two new arrivals Socks and Jack. Take a look at their profiles on our homeless hounds page.
It’s been a week of mixed emotions. We were sad to learn that Blonde Jeannie has crossed the bridge at the grand age of 13 and a half. A beautiful lovely natured girl who had her babies at Dillymore. All little sweeties just like her. Our thoughts are with all at Dillymore and of course Jeannie’s family who loved her dearly and gave her a wonderful home. Sleep tight sweetheart.
Today we couldn’t be more pleased to report that our special boy Will has gone to his forever home. He will be living with Mark, Dawn, Connie and his Sister Heart. It has been a long and difficult journey for Will but he has made it.
Thank you to all that have followed his progress and sent him their best wishes along with sardines and extra treats.
Will our special boy we shall all miss you like mad but we couldn’t have asked for a happier outcome for you. Be proud of all you have achieved go forward, trust and love with all of your heart. We all love you very much. xx