It with very heavy hearts we have to give the tragic news that Tudor passed away earlier this week, while under anaesthetic as he was being neutered. He was a happy, affectionate and adorable boy, a kennel favourite who had finished racing and had a lovely home waiting for him.
Born in April 2015, Tudor (Tudor Dynasty) spent much of his puppyhood at Dillymore, where he was much loved by all who looked after him. His racing owners kept him at home for a while, and he was raced at kennels close to them where they walked him regularly, and they are devastated by his loss.
Our thoughts are all at Dillymore who cared for him, his racing owners, and with the couple who were waiting to take Tudor home. They have bravely decided to go ahead with their plans to adopt a greyhound, and they will be taking Nemo home in a few weeks.
The vet practice says that Tudor suffered a heart attack while under anaesthetic, that this is an extremely rare occurrence, and in spite of all their best efforts to save him, they couldn’t revive him. All at the vets are heartbroken.
Sleep tight Tudor, we’ll miss your waggy tail and sweet nature, and you won’t be forgotten by anybody who knew you.
Wow! What a welcome we received at Morrisons in Dovercourt today. A big thank you to Cally for allowing us to visit, John from the Customer Services team for looking after us all day and to all staff for making us feel so welcome. What a team.
What generous customers too. You donated an absolutely amazing sum of £347.99. Our heart felt thanks to all who contributed and to those who took the time to chat to us and our hounds Spring, Jodie, Jill, Missy and Dart.
We have had a fantastic day at Tesco Copdock today. Kennel dogs Casey and Dart joined us along with of our fine ambassador Spring. Many thanks to Mandy and the Tesco team for making us so welcome and to all of Tesco’s customers who stopped to chat and made such generous donations. The total amount raised will be posted once counted.
We have a busy weekend ahead!
Friday 18th we are holding a meet and Greet Session at Tesco Copdaock between 0.930 and 17.30. If you are shopping please stop and say hello to our kennel dogs.
SaturdayMay 19th Hadleigh Show
Holbecks Park, Hadleigh IP7 5DP
Weather permitting (if not too hot) we will be taking as many kennel dogs as we can
Sunday 20th we will be joining Greyhound Walks. Details below.
Sudbury Water Meadows. 20th May 2018. 11am. Please note we will be joining Greyhound Walks for this walk and as per their policy it will be for sight hounds only.
Location: The Mill Hotel, Walnut Tree Lane, Sudbury, CO10 1BD
Meeting Point: In Front Of The Mill Hotel
Parking & Charges: Free
Access: No Access For Buggies or Wheelchairs
Facilities: Yes at the Hotel
Point of Contact: Joe Nicholls – 07790939286
We hope to have some kennel dogs joining us.
Many thanks to the organisers of the Hadleigh Market for allowing us to hold a meet and greet session today and to all those who stopped to chat to us and make donations. Homed hounds Troy, Spring and Roy came along to support kennel dog Noah and to act as fine ambassadors for the rest of their friends waiting back at kennels for their forever families.
Many thanks to all at Tesco Martlesham for making us so very welcome when we visited the store today for our meet and greet session. Thanks also to their customers for their generous donations of £251.90.
Kennel dogs Keith, Max, Lofty and Missy were our ambassadors for the day and did an outstanding job.
Tesco Manager Cheryl with Max
Many thanks to Waitrose Ipswich for the wonderful donation of £300 we received from their green token scheme. Thanks also to all those who put their tokens into our box.
Just to let you all know we have a wide selection of coats available for sale at kennels. With spring fast approaching we have lined rain macs and fleece jackets available in various sizes and colours at £15 each. We also have an unlined version of the macs(not shown) at £10 each. For those that think it’s still a bit chilly to be stripping off we have Blizzard coats at £18 each, again in various colours and sizes. If you would like any of the above please call us and arrange to meet us at kennels on a Saturday morning between 10.30 and 12.30. Alternatively if you know what size and colour you require let us know and we will bring it along to our next walk.
We love being at kennels on a Saturday morning, taking all of our retired dogs for extra walks, giving them special treats and having lots lovely snuggles. Bless them they cheer up even the greyest of days.
Keith and Socks
Lass and we think it’s Bobby underneath Angie’s hair!
Throughout the month of January, the Ipswich branch of Waitrose has kindly chosen our branch to be part of their Green Token Community Matters Scheme. So if you are shopping in Waitrose please support us by putting your tokens in the box. Thank you.
Waitrose is also donating a hamper for the raffle at our upcoming quiz night.