Around 40 Greyhounds and their companions joined us for a stroll along the marina and through the village of Shotley. Recently homed Shirley (Valley;s Girl) and Sky (Raging Sky) came along on their first Greyhound walk as pets and Pablo (Another Pablo) whose family homed him straight from his racing owner after loosing their beloved Steel came along to meet us all.
We also welcomed baby Sienna. Congratulations to Lee, Lisa and Kyle.
APOLOGIES for the poor quality of the photo, camera malfunction, operator error and a smeared lens! There are a few more on our Facebook page.
Sorry everyone but the post code for the July walk at Shotley was incorrect. It should have been IP9 1JQ We are welcome at The Shipwreck until it closes at 9pm. The Bristol Arms will be open until 11pm
Hather Pearl was returned yesterday through absolutely no fault of her own.
We took her for a little walk around the field and she met Italian Greyhound Noodle and that was that.
Pearl was returned and then reserved in less than 10 minutes and went home today. Bless her we are so pleased for her.
In other news Sky (Raging Sky) was reserved and will be going home next week. They really are their own best advert. Sky met lots of people and other dogs whilst her new owner was completing some paperwork and she endeared herself to all.
Cleo was practicing walking on a big girls collar and lead and once she settled was very well behaved. She even went for a walk with Dave (Illewin Attempt) who had come to visit. They got on like a house on fire. Fingers crossed Cleo doesn’t wait too much longer for her new home.
Around 30 hounds joined us for a beautiful walk through the lovely village of Rendham and the surrounding countryside.
Kennel dogs Shirley (Valley Girl) wearing a pink muzzle and Sky (Raging Sky) wearing the Sky Blue muzzle behaved brilliantly, they hadn’t been out walking with us before. Shirley got to know Tony (Whatugonnado) a little better. She will be going to live with him soon.
Many thanks to Sharon and Mike for leading the walk and the The White Horse pub and Juniper Cafe for welcoming us to their premises after the walk.