Today 55 greyhounds and two other breeds joined us for a walk at Mistley. Most dogs did the long route but there was a shorter walk for the ‘oldies’ (dogs not people). Once again we were made very welcome at the Mistley Park rescue centre and cafe.
On Saturday we attended the Hadleigh show. Kennel dogs Ruby and Blue came along in the morning and Davey and Sprite spent the afternoon with us. All four of them enjoyed lots of fuss and attention from the visitors to the stall and all made friends with various other breeds of dogs.
Junior had a lovely cuddle and lots of kisses for his foster Mum to say thank you for looking after him so well while he recovered from his ‘Gentlemans’ operation. Junior is now fully recovered and back at Dillymore but we are not sure for how much longer because he has a date with a lady dog on Saturday. Fingers crossed she falls for his charms.
Brilliant news from kennels today. Baz and Jan both reserved.
Kennel dogs Ruby and Blue had a morning out of kennels today. They paced out the Mistley short walk in readiness for Sunday 22nd. Ruby thought the half an hour it took was just about right for a mature lady such as herself (Ruby is 11 years old). Both dogs behaved impeccably and were friendly towards everyone they met including a terrier and small fluffy dog. Visit them on our homeless hounds page for more photos.
Just a little reminder that our next play date takes place this Sunday (15th) from 2pm to 4pm at Kembroke Kennels, Wattermill Road, Bucklesham. IP10 0BU.
Greyhound Walks warmly invite you to join them on a walk at Sudbury water meadows on Sunday 15th May. Details can be found on their website www.greyhoundwalks.co.uk
Here is Holden on his first ever holiday. He went to Scotland with his owner Jamie and had a glorious time. Holden and Jamie have formed such a strong bond already and Holden is allowed to walk off lead as he hardly leaves Jamie’s side.
L.J as you can see is settling into home life already. Not much fazes this handsome young man. He is making friends wherever he goes. He is giving lots of hugs and kisses to his new family and has his own sofa to sleep on. Superstar is how they are describing him.
Great news! Champ has gone to his forever home. He will be spoiled rotten and be absolutely adored by his two new greyhound sisters.