Fantastic news. Following our appeal Billy (Millwards Billy) and Cairns (Droopys Carirns) have a new home. The boys will be going home in the next few days once their beds, bowls and toys have arrived.
In order to find as many loving homes for the Greyhounds in our care as we can during this time of crisis the joint decision between ourselves and the kennel owners is to open the kennels to allow homing operations to recommence.
However Social distancing has to be strictly observed.
Viewings may only take place once remote home checking procedures have been satisfied
Only interested prospective adopters who are in a position to proceed with homing immediately will be able to book an appointment
Viewing will be limited to two adults from the same family at any one time
Only one family per appointment slot.
We respectfully ask when visiting you listen to the advice of the Volunteers, the kennel owners and their staff.
We apologise for this strict criteria but the welfare of you, the kennel staff and our Volunteers is paramount.
Just one more sleep for Sonic (Saving Sonic) and he is off to his forever home. Be happy and stay in touch sweetheart we all love you very much and It has been a pleasure to watch you grow from a tiny puppy into the special cuddle monster you are today.xx
Unfortunately homing activities have ceased at the moment and the kennels are closed to visitors.
We hope to still bring you news of our hounds and will be updating their profile pages if there is anything to report and will be posting videos of them going about their daily business on our Facebook page whenever possible.
All at Dillymore and Greyhound Trust Suffolk wish our supporters well in what are the most challenging of circumstances and look forward to opening our branch again as soon as Government and our Head Office Welfare Team consider it safe to do so. Thank you all for your unstinting support, it is as always, very much appreciated.
Bosch (Swift Bosch) did a kind thing today. With his best friend Effie the Terrier he braved the wind and the rain to spend 5 hours looking for a poor Lurcher who has been on the loose and running scared in Stutton for the last 4 nights. His reward for being such a well behaved and helpful boy were frequent stops at a cafe for a warm and some treats followed by a sleepover at his Auntie Av’s house. No luck finding the Lurcher unfortunately but we are hoping he has found somewhere warm so he can ride out the storm.
We have had the most fantastic news this morning! Best friends and kennel mates George (Insane Brain Cell) and Rambo (Insane Rambo) are going to their forever home together next weekend. They will be sharing their home with two Labradors who they met in our paddocks today. We couldn’t be happier for these lovely lads.
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!
What an absolutely fabulous day it turned out to be for Pablo (Chilli Escobar)! This morning he was taken for a walk from East Bergholt to Flatford Mill and back where he made friends with Effie the terrier and met some children.
After lunch he had some visitors at kennels who fell in love with him and have offered him his forever home. He goes home tomorrow!
We are over the moon for you sweetheart, you have waited a while. xx
The Santa sacks are in place and the hounds are waiting for the big fella dressed in Red to come along and fill them. We can’t wait to see their little faces. Thank you to all who donated money or treats.