We have had news of recently homed Brian. This is what his family have said about him. Here is Brian’s report after almost a week-> I have never seen a greyhound settle down so quickly as Brian. We all love him and he’s such a friendly soul. And what a character… so confident, he loves playing with his toys and sometimes taking things that are not his (my shoes and my wife’s dressing gown) on to his bed. He is very smart and is a bit of a copy-cat when watching our other greyhound Lily go about. He can be quite vocal and had something to say when the window cleaner visited today, all part of his character. Brian enjoys his walks, treats and cuddles. On Sunday evening, he down laid in front of the oven to keep a close eye on the chicken. I would say that kitchen is definitely his favourite place, especially the fridge. Finally, we couldn’t ask for more in a hound, he’s absolutely brilliant and a great brother to Lily. So pleased to hear Brian has settled in so well.
We have had news of the beautiful Whizzy Bling. She has taken to home life really well and has made friends with a lovely little Westie. Thank you to Bling’s family for the photos, please stay in touch from time to time we love to see how are homed hounds are getting on and we are guessing it’s a tad too far for you to join us for our monthly walks!
Well that was a brief encounter!Bee (Racing name Forest Bee) arrived at 10am was reserved at 12 noon and went home at 2pm!She appears to have settled well in the first few hours in her new home. She has been walking with her new cousins, has slept through the night, found the sofa and her family are head over heels in love with her already.
Great news for Whizzy Bling and War Admiral (Brian) today. Both went off to their forever homes. Bling is going to have some wonderful times walking on the moors around Manchester and Brian has an important role to fulfill helping to mend Lily’s heart after her beloved soul mate Lester crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
Change of Venue. Due to the Orwell Challenge being organised on the same day as our walk we have had to change the venue. We will now be meeting at Shotley Marina, opposite the Shipwreck Bar and Restaurant IP9 1QJ. The duration of the walk which will take in stunning views of the river and surrounding countryside will be approximately 1 hour depending how much chatting and catching up with one another we do along the way. We are so looking forward to seeing you all.
Many thanks to all who sent donations in memory of June, proud owner of the much loved Meadow. June was a lovely lady who always stayed in touch, we are so grateful for the wonderful home she gave Meadow. We have written to those for whom we have an address but to those we don’t thank you very much indeed. We have been self funding since March 2020 and all donations will be used to help cover the kennel fees, Vet bills, worm and flea treatments, collars muzzles and coats and any other costs incurred for the dogs in our care and of course for special treats for them all. We are happy to say Meadow has found happiness again with a new family, she also has a friend and house mate Danny (Listen Danny). Thank you all for your kindness.
We have had news of Devon Blackie who recently went home with Saving Mullpark (Mollie) Devon is a happy, playful little boy; and after a few toilet accidents has settled well. Mollie is being an excellent and patient big sister to her annoying little brother, showing him the ropes of home life and keeping him in check every now and again! Both have recently attended their first cricket games (something that we as a family do a lot of!), and were superstars, enjoying the opportunity to sunbathe and to be fussed by lots of new friends.