Originally homed in 2013, Toby has been returned through absolutely no fault of his own. He’s being fostered for a couple of weeks until there’s space for him back at Dillymore. He’s a lovely boy and smiles nicely when he’s excited. He’s fine with other large breeds of dog, but needs to be muzzled on walks as he’s unsocialised with small dogs.
Update: Toby enjoyed a walk around Tunstall with 70 other greyhounds and behaved very well – he lapped up the attention and was even very polite with the small dogs he met.
Update 8/4: This will be appearing in Pet’s Corner (EADT and Ipswich Star) in an attempt to find Toby a home. Toby will be six in October, and was recently returned to Greyhound Homer Suffolk after two years in a home due to a change in family circumstances. Toby is an affectionate boy who loves a cuddle, quiet and clean in
the house, he sleeps through the night. He has excellent manners and behaves well around food and other greyhounds. He is very happy to meet new people and enjoys a fuss. Toby adores being out and about and loves his walks, he can be a little keen to start with but soon settles. He is unsure of small dogs at present and will require further socialisation but made good progress whilst in his foster home. He is a calm and loving boy who deserves a special home.
Update 30/4/16 Toby has been reserved
All our greyhounds are neutered, teeth cleaned and innoculated. They each leave us with a new coat, collar and lead, muzzle, wormers and flea treatment. Most are now microchipped which is transferred to the new owner and also have four weeks free Petplan insurance.