Yesterday was one of our saddest days when we learnt that our Volunteer and friend Angie had to say goodbye to her beautiful boy Troy after he was diagnosed with a tumour. . Troy was a fantastic Greyhound Ambassador whose tail never stopped wagging at the many promotional events he attended. He worked tirelessly, often not wanting to stop for a break in his quest to find homes for his kennel friends. Our hearts go out to Angie and to Troy’s Sister Alex on their loss.
Troy you were quite simply the best, the perfect gentleman. We will never forget your sunny personality and your wonderful swagger when you walked. Thank you for all you did for us. May you now sleep soundly sweetheart cuddled up with your Dad Johnny.XXXX Adamant Troy July 2010 to April 2020
To say we are devastated to have to post this tribute doesn’t come close. Our hearts go out to Sharon and Mike. To loose both of their beloved dogs within 7 weeks is truly heart breaking. Here is their tribute to their beautiful Bonnie.
We are deeply saddened to report that yesterday we had to have our dear sweet Bonnie put to sleep. 4 years ago we chose this tatty little girl to join Storm in our home. Bonnie had half a tail, half an ear missing and had just had a litter of pups of which she had a total of 34!! She loved everyone and never lost her maternal instinct always so gentle, reassuring and encouraging with her canine friends. She eventually lost all her teeth, but adapted well adding to her huge personality, just the sweetest soul. But sadly our beautiful Bonnie was diagnosed with bone cancer after going lame this week, she will run free now with Storm, who we lost 7 weeks ago, and all their friends❤ Thurlesbeg Bound 10-11-2008 to 23-04-2020
Dear sweet Bonnie what a fabulous ambassador for your beautiful breed you were. As well as Storm and your friends we hope your little daughter Kat who was sadly taken in January walks beside you now. Bless your pure and sweet soul, sleep tight sweetheart xxx
It is with much
sadness we have to tell you that Jenny (Racing name Burgess Borna) has passed
away. Jenny was a real kennel favourite
having spent much of her racing career at Dillymore. She was much loved by all who knew her. We will always be thankful for the wonderful retirement
Jenny’s family gave her.
This is their beautiful
tribute to her.
“We cannot express our
heartbreak at the loss of our darling Jenny. Jenny was quite simply a beautiful soul, such a calm,
kind and gentle girl who slotted into our family as if she’d always been
there. She adored our long walks together but was just as happy roaching
on the sofa or doing quirky things to make us smile! As long as she was
with us, she was happy…and so were we. Jenny, you taught us all so much
about love, kindness and laughter, and we are devastated that our time sharing
your well-deserved retirement was cut so short. Your loss leaves a void that
will be absolutely impossible to fill.”
Through eyes filled with tears and hearts heavy with sadness we all send you our love Jenny. May your beautiful soul fly free sweetheart you will never be forgotten by all those that knew and loved you. xxxxx
A sad farewell to Happy Jack (Scarra Lad). A wonderful Ambassador for Greyhounds and a much loved member of the team. Our hearts go out to Jacks family. What a wonderful but heart breaking tribute they have written below.
It is with much sadness that I have to tell you
all that our beloved happy Jack passed over the rainbow bridge very
suddenly. We are heartbroken. While Jack slipped away we made a promise
to him that whenever we had space in our house that we would welcome
more retired Greyhounds to live with us and to love them like we loved
him. Jack was our first dog and was very special. He was always
happy and chilled out. He loved the greyhound walks and always wanted to
be at the front! He changed our lives and touched many others with his
friendly happy manner. We only had a year with him but what a wonderful
year. We miss you Jack so much now run free with your friend Lola.
Kirsty, Lee and Ellis ☘️💚☘️💚☘️💚☘️
Bless your heart Jack you were much loved by us all here at Suffolk. What a privilege it was to have known you. Sleep tight sweetheart you will be much missed and never forgotten.