What a wonderful morning! Bruce went home, Millie was chosen and went home straight away with her new brother Blue and Shamus was reserved.
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An update from the weekend … Moses went home yesterday (photos to follow), Seb was returned earlier this week but has been reserved already, and David was reserved too. Be happy, boys!
Good news … Derek went home on Sunday, and today it was Lulu’s turn!
Derek is now known as Rory, has enjoyed his walks, decided that he prefers the rug to his large dog bed, and played with his toys at 4am this morning before going back to sleep. Lulu is settling in well already.
Be happy, with love from us all!
A very happy morning at kennels, with Monty and Ella going home, and Denozo reserved.
Monty chose a toy to take home with him and proudly carried it to the car with him. We think this lovely character is going to be a lot of fun!
Ella is going home with Chilli (who went home last year). This photo was taken at the Hollesley walk last week where she took everything in her stride Be happy, lovely girl, and see you soon at Grundisburgh.
Thank you Kevin for leading us around a muddy walk from Hollesley, and for the 23 intrepid greyhounds (along with two companion dogs) for ignoring the weather forecast for a mostly dry walk!
Matty joined us from kennels and enjoyed meeting new friends and funny-shaped dogs.
Thanks also to all at the Shepherd and Dog for your hospitality after the walk – under new ownership from today, we wish you every success.
We have four new greyhounds to introduce – Harry Brindle, Jerry and his sister Mindy. Sadly, Bosch was returned after failing to get on with the resident Westie so we’re hoping to find another home for him quickly. We would also have been introducing you to Pebbles, but she found a home before we even had time to add her to the website, be happy sweetheart!
A very short walk in the baking heat, 10 minutes mostly in shade, followed by an indoor picnic in the community hall.
Kennel brothers Barry and Ben came along to say hello and enjoyed all the treats.
Hugest of thanks to Pat for the food, and to all who braved the heat, and for all your donations.
It is with regret that due to the hot weather we have decided to cancel our attendance at the Blue Cross open day. The event itself is still going ahead, we wish then every success but as always the welfare of our dogs must come first.
We will however go ahead with the Stutton / Alton Water picnic because we have hired the hall so the dogs don’t need to be outside. We can each take a view on the day regarding actually walking.