Hadleigh Cricket Club Christmas Fair Saturday 18th November. 10am to 3pm Hadleigh Cricket Club , Friars Road, Hadleigh IP7 6DF
Come along and visit us at our stall where there will be some of our Greyhound Ambassadors for you to meet. The fair will have festive items for sale and a tombola as well as a bar.
Felixstowe Light Up Day and Christmas Fair Saturday 2nd December 10 am to 4pm. Hamilton Road, Felixstowe IP11 7AD
Come along and see us and our Greyhound Ambassadors at the fair where we will have craft and Christmas themed items along with delicious homemade dog treats for sale.There will be lots of stalls lining Hamilton Road as well as live music, a choir and many other attractions. The lighting up ceremony we believe is at 5pm but we will close our stall at 4pm because we expect the area for the ceremony to be packed which might be a little overwhelming for the dogs.
We have had an update on three of our recently homed hounds Swift Onion, Boris (Flap jack)and Benji (Ballymac Slap up)
All are settling in really well.
Onion’s family have said
“She found the sofa!
Onion is settling in well. She is so well behaved and is well practiced at telling us she wants the back door open to go to the toilet! When she is not sleeping, she is charging around with her ball or pestering the kids for a cuddle! She walks really nicely on a lead and we are all enjoying having a Greyhound in our lives”
Sadly we have to tell you that Pearl (Hather Pearl) has crossed the bridge at the tender age of 5 years.
Her family had to make the heart breaking decision to ease her suffering. A brave decision knowing just how much that would hurt but of course these decisions are always the correct ones.
Dear little Pearl suffered from an autoimmune condition which affected her gums. Despite 7 months of intensive treatment with antibiotics and steroids the condition did not improve and was taking it’s toll on other areas of Pearls life. When it was clear no cure could be found her loving family along with advice from her Vet came to the decision not to let her suffer any further.
We remember Pearl well and feel for her family. We thank them for the loving home they gave her and for doing all they could for her.
Pearl’s Mum says “My beautiful Black Pearl was only 5 and had her whole life ahead of her. The 14 months she had with me she was loved and cherished and I hope she knew. She will never be forgotten”
Sleep tight and heal well for a while precious Pearl and then go run free with all of those beautiful hounds that have gone before you. xx