A date for your 2020 Diaries! Our annual quiz takes place on 21st March at Seckford Golf Club IP13 6NT. This is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year. It would be lovely if you could come along. Tickets are £15 and include a hot meal. £5 from the sale of every ticket goes to our branch. There will also be a raffle with numerous prizes. To reserve your table for teams of 2 to 4 please contact Leigh. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01473 636441 Thank you.
A few photos from a soggy Woodbridge Christmas Fair. Kennel boys Fizz (orange muzzle) and Exile (white muzzle) came along and behaved so well – it was crowded with humans and other breeds of dogs, and they didn’t put a foot wrong. Thanks to everybody who came to say hello and for the donations.
Many thanks to Mark for organising and leading our walk today and for Chris the Warden at Languard Point for his help. In total 58 hounds and their companions took part in today’s walk including kennel dogs Kevin, Paul and Mickey who endeared themselves to everyone.
Two of our little Pumpkins went home today. First off was Minella (Young Minella) who was so excited because he had known for a couple of weeks that he was reserved. Then Bert (Burton Lodge Eske) had the surprise of his life when he was chosen, bless him who knew what joy the day would bring when he stretched yawned and opened his eyes this morning. We had already carried out a home check and so he was able to go home with his family straight away. These two lovely boys were among our longest stayers. We love them both very much and wish them well in their new homes. It was also a good day for Ozzy because he was reserved pending a home check.
What an exciting few days! Denozo went off to his forever home, we couldn’t be more pleased for this lovely gentle soul. Conner, Wesley, Tony, Bosch and Duffy were all reserved pending our usual checks and a handsome young man called Mickey arrived.
Conner (Clona Flyer) and Taylor (Bramble Taylor) had an afternoon out yesterday. They had a stroll around the Village and then went to Bypass Nurseries and the Bluebell cafe. Both boys lapped up lots of fuss and behaved really well. Conner then had a sleepover at his Volunteer’s house and was taken to a dog training class to meet some other breeds of dogs. He made friends easily which is great because when he returned to kennels this morning he had a visit from a couple who want to adopt him and they own a dog friendly cafe.
A fabulous day for a beautiful walk around Grundisburgh. 54 Greyhounds and their companions took part including kennel dogs Harry Brown and Bert. Guinness was taken home by his new family. Many thanks to Grundisburgh Dog for making us so welcome and to Kevin and Mandy for leading the walk.