If you could open your heart and home to one of our boys please complete our Re-homing Questionnaire.
If you can’t see your new best friend here or on our girls page please still complete the form, our hounds change all the time and we have many waiting to come in so one of these may be your perfect match.
Introducing our latest arrival who came in on 28th March straight from racing. This is Cooper. A gorgeous 4 year old boy. Cooper's a shy lad who's very wary at first but at the same time he's very sweet and has enjoyed cuddles and fuss. Welcome to GRSY sweetheart, no more racing for you xx
We are very sad that sweet Archie is back with us through no fault of his own, once again looking for his forever home with someone who will appreciate him as the fantastic boy that he is.
21 month old Bertie has just arrived straight from racing - more information to follow as we get to know him.
Update from foster mum Laura: "Quick update on Bertie the Beautiful, who is on weekend foster with us, following on from his op. He is such a sweet boy, who loves fuss! Has been good with our two. Very bright and alert. No accidents whatsoever, even overnight, and not a peep from him all night either. GRSY have done it again - another super special hound".
We're very sad to say that our lovely Pluto's home didn't work out and sadly he's had to be returned. Pluto has always been so laid back while in kennels and during his stay in foster with Laura, Damien and their 2 greyhounds but unfortunately in his new home he got too big for his boots and wanted all the attention for himself resulting in the other greyhound staying out of his way and becoming very withdrawn. Pluto previously went on a trial elsewhere but was returned due to the other dog not letting him near the owners. Pluto seems to have gone from the bullied boy to the bully! This lad really is amazing with people, he's great with other dogs on walks and we haven't witnessed any negative behaviour from him while in kennels or on foster. Pluto loves other dogs so it would be a shame for him to be an only pet but he will need a home with a confident female dog who will keep him in check without overpowering him. This boy really does have so much to offer. His mum was devastated it didn't work out and has stressed just how good he was in every other sense; house training, mealtimes, on walks, being left etc. She has kindly offered to discuss Pluto with anyone interested in him as has Laura who fostered him.
Date of birth: November 2014
Date of birth: 2009
Buck is a bull lurcher boy who we were asked to take as an emergency after he was advertised 'free to a good home' following the death of his owner. Buck was understandably very stressed on his arrival. He'd had his whole world turned upside down and found himself in a busy kennel block after years as a family pet. Buck lost a lot of weight through stress and pining for his family but in time he's settled and with 3 meals a day his weight has slowly but steadily increased. Buck is a very sweet boy, he was worked when he was young before his previous owners got him and so still has a very keen chase instinct especially in the woods but he loves his walks and away from any small furries he walks really well on his lead. Buck is really friendly towards our other dogs, especially the girls but as Buck hadn't been socialised with many dogs prior to coming to us he's not very good at reading other dogs and he can be quite 'heavy headed' in his greetings and usually headbutts when I'm sure he only intends to have a little sniff! Buck doesn't mean any malice but with how overly friendly his greetings are he has been told off a few times by other dogs. Buck has accepted this and backed off though without retaliating. Buck is a big strong lad and although he walks nicely on his lead he can pull when he wants to so a new owner needs to be aware of Bucks strength. Buck loves his walks, he knows his basic commands but above all Buck loves human attention and is at his happiest when someone sits with him for a fuss and cuddle and Buck is usually so content to have the loving attention he so desperately misses that he quite often falls asleep within a few minutes of having a cuddle! Buck is completely house trained and tries to be clean in his kennel. Due to his size and clumsy over enthusiastic greetings we are looking for a home without any young children where Buck will get lots of attention, tlc and nice walks to enjoy his later years. This boy really has got so much love to give.
"I'm Buck and so glad to meet you"?
Date of birth: 1st October 2013
We took Teddy into our care as an emergency when his racing owner wanted him gone asap as sadly this man refuses to wait when he wants one of his dogs gone and really doesn't care where they end up or what happens to them. Teddy we believe was kept in a shed with very little interaction. When he arrived we struggled to keep weight on him as he was just so happy he was playing and bouncing about constantly. He'd jump up and run to greet anyone that came near. He's such a happy chappy with such a silly side he has everyone in tears laughing at his antics. Teddy loves to hear himself and if he wants something he knows how to get your attention! People are often left speechless at how high Teddy can jump - he's been known to bang his head on the ceiling in his excitement! Teddy is more like a high energy lurcher than a laid back greyhound. He loves to play and go nice long walks but he also loves to cuddle and has a lovely soft side too, more so when he's tired! Teddy is known as the kennel clown, he's the boy that everyone loves, he makes everyone smile but sadly no one wants to take him home. Obviously at the moment Teddy is in kennels so his cheekiness is enhanced as his company and 1-1 attention is limited so he makes the most of having any attention and barks when he wants 'his turn' but once in a home with all the attention he could wish for I genuinely think this cheeky lad will calm right down and be the perfect companion. Teddy loves to play, he's going for a record in how quickly he can get treats out of his kong!! He has got a mischievous side and if he's left to become bored he will look for his own entertainment!
Update from short-term foster mum Laura:
"Teddy has now gone back to kennels, as his short term recovery foster with us has come to an end. So what's to know about Teddy? He is basically made of love from head to tail. He absolutely adores fuss and will let you fuss him all day! Quiet overnight, and completely clean apart from one little accident about 10 minutes after he arrived. Excellent with our two greyhounds, even when his attempts to play were met with a sigh 😀! Was left for nearly 5 hours no problem (using a crate - which he happily took himself in when the door was open). He has a foot fetish - human or dog he wants to sniff, lick and gently nibble those toesies!! Things to be aware of - Teddy does need a home with a garden (whatever form that comes in): ours is only small and no grass but he loved being out there. Also would like an active home I think - loves walks and loves playing. He can pull on the lead, I'm not strong and can manage him but he's not the type of grey who would suit someone with mobility issues. Also appears to be a chewer so his family will need to be aware of this and maybe muzzle when left at first if not using a crate. These are small things - I say them to give you disclosure so Teddy isn't disappointed by any new potential family. He is a fantastic lad who deserves a fantastic forever home - I hope very soon to see pictures of him with that family doing all his favourite things - getting outdoors, playing, and then having a good snuggle cuddle ❤😘"
Teddy auditioning for a part in Oliver
"Please sir, can I have some more"?
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Date of birth: 14th December 2012
Our gorgeous cuddly Staffie boy Ollie came into our care as an emergency when his previous owners landlord said he couldn't have a dog and so he was going to put him to sleep. Ollie went into a Staffie-experienced foster home and was later adopted. Sadly after 2 happy years in the home Ollie came back to us through no fault of his own when his owner became ill. Ollie has come back just the same as the lovely cuddly boy we know and love. He hasn't got a bad bone in him and has made friends with everyone he's met; men, women, kids and dogs alike.
Ollie is fully house trained, he travels well and he just loves love. He's a strong boy but walks really nicely on his harness and trots along happily with a spring in his step, a big Staffie smile on his face and his trademark non stop waggy tail.
Sadly despite his gorgeous looks, fab temperament and happy cuddly nature Ollie isn't being noticed as he's a Staffie in a sighthound rescue so if anyone reading this could tell their Staffie loving friends about our wonderful boy it'd really help him find his forever family!
Ollie has lived with children in both his previous homes however we would prefer older or dog savvy children who will respect Ollie and his space.