Jet goes home

Yesterday we bid a fond farewell to the lovely Jet.  Jet has waited a while but you can never wait too long for a good thing!  We will miss our snugggles with him but we sent him on his way with much love from us all.  Be happy sweetheart. xx

Roy wins Best in Show

We are all over the moon to learn that one of our beautiful homed hounds and Greyhound Ambassador Roy (Cree Royal) went to the Great Greyhound Gathering on Sunday and won Best in Show. To qualify for the final he first of all won the Dog in best condition aged 4 to 6 years. Well done Roy we are so proud of you and really pleased for your family.xx

Oakfield Caesar

Kennel favourite  Caesar went to his forever home today.  Caesar spent much of his racing career at Dillymore and although everybody was so pleased for him when he was chosen by his family it was just a tad emotional when we said goodbye!  Good luck Caesar we know you will be happy,  you go with so much love from us all.




It is with great sadness we have to report that Mark and Dawn have lost their precious girl Connie. Our hearts go out to them both.
Connie came into their lives one sunny Sunday morning in Woodbridge when they brought Clarence along to our monthly walk.  Clarence spotted Connie who was the kennel dog chosen by Paulette to join us that day.  It was a match made in heaven.  Clarence couldn’t stop kissing her and they shared long and lingering stares when they had to go their separate ways.

The following week Clarence came to visit Connie at kennels and they both still felt the same about one another and the rest so they say is history.
Connie joined us as one of our Greyhound Ambassadors at many of our shows and worked hard to promote her friends still waiting for their forever homes.
Connie’s heart was truly broken when fate took a cruel turn and poor Clarence lost his life to cancer.
However, being the strong character that she was she softened her grief by helping her Sister Heart to remain positive and grow in confidence. Later when Hearts litter brother Will joined the family she did the most amazing job helping him to overcome his many fears and making him the confident and beautiful boy he is now.

Darling Connie at just 9 years old you to were taken too soon.  Run free with your beloved Clarence you will never be forgotten by those that knew and loved you.  The legacy you leave lives on for all to see in Heart and Will.  Bless you sweetheart.  xx

Connie with Clarence at kennels

Connie  wearing her beautiful floral collar

Home Time

Two of our lovely hounds went home recently.  Cookie went home on Sunday and little Nina who had only been with us for two weeks went on Monday.  We wish them both every happiness in their new homes.
Below is a photo of Cookie with his family.


Here is the lovely Nemo (Droopy’s Opah) going home earlier this week. Have a lovely life sweetheart we know you will be everything your family had hoped Tudor would have been had life not dealt such a cruel blow. You are such a lovely boy and have waited so long for your turn. Be happy, you go with so much love from us all.

Lordy Goes Home

The fabulously friendly Lordy went to his forever home today.  He has a new name – Buddy we think it suits him rather well.  Good luck sweetheart we will miss your happy little face but we couldn’t be happier for you.

A Right Royal Result

Well done to Roy (Racing name Cree Royal).  He went to the Greyhound Extravaganza yesterday and won two out of the three classes he entered in the dog show.  He was first in the multi coloured dogs and first in the dogs between four and five years old.  We are all very proud of you Roy xx

News from Eva

We have had news from Eva (now Evie).   She loves her new garden and has made it her own.The neighbours  cat has been left in no doubt as to who’s garden it is!
She is enjoying some lovely walks around the race course at Cheltenham. But best of all she adores her forever family and they are quite besotted with her.