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Date of birth: 17th September 2018.
Amy (right) came into our care along with her litter brother Sheldon (see Sheldon on our current boys page) and litter sister Bernie when they were just 12 months old. The whole litter had been destined for racing but due to the kennel hand who owned them leaving the trainers kennels he needed to 'get rid' of them by the following day and so they came to us as emergencies.
They arrived in an horrendous physical condition but even worse, they were mentally and emotionally scarred. Pups should be happy, bouncy carefree bundles of joy. These 3 were terrified and just wanted to run away and hide.
After lots of love, patience, time and encouragement they started to come out of their shells and we eventually got to see their cheeky sides. They continued to blossom and we're so proud of the happy, waggy, playful pups they've become.
Amy is now in foster where she is doing really well. She is living with another greyhound and is coming on in leaps and bounds. She's been totally clean in her foster home and will ask when she needs to go out.
Amy loves her walks and walks well on her lead but can still be a little nervous with new situations and strangers but gentle reassurance helps show her she's ok.
Amy sleeps well overnight and is crate trained. She has been fine left on occasions for upto a few hours.
Amy loves the company of other dogs and takes alot of confidence from them. We don't feel she'd be happy on her own so she is looking for a home with another dog who would be happy to walk, play with and cuddle upto her!
Date of birth: 17th September 2018.
Bernie came into our care along with her litter sister Amy and litter brother Sheldon at just 12 months old. The whole litter had been destined for racing but due to the kennel hand who owned them leaving the trainers kennels he needed to 'get rid' of them by the following day.
They arrived in an horrendous physical condition but even worse, they were mentally and emotionally scarred. Pups should be happy, bouncy carefree bundles of joy. These 3 were terrified of everything and everyone and just wanted to run away and hide.
After lots of love, patience and encouragement they started to come out of their shells in time and show us their cheeky sides.
Bernie is the most confident and is looking for a home with a resident dog who will guide her and be her playmate.
Like all pups Bernie isn't going to be an easy addition at first and needs a patient family to teach her what's expected of her. Bernie is currently 15 months old but has spent her whole life in kennels and the majority of her life hasn't been pleasant so she is going to require housetraining and ongoing training, lead work and socialisation. We are looking for a home where she won’t be left for long periods.
Bernie has shown no interest when she met a cat so is potentially cat trainable. She has been great with children living with them in a foster home following being neutered.
Bernie had a really happy waggy tail which sadly split and wouldn't heal. Despite every effort of bandaging it under veterinary advice, her tail unfortunately got a nasty infection and has had to be amputated. Bernie did well following this though and has made a full recovery.
Date of birth: 10th September 2015
Penny arrived in our care with a broken hock sustained while
racing. This had been plated prior to her coming to us but she was still very lame
and needed an extended period of strict rest while she healed. She's been left
with a slightly deformed looking hock where her plate is but our vet is happy
how she's healed and now she's finally all recovered she is now ready for
adoption. Penny is no longer lame or in any pain and can lead a normal life
with nice walks. Her adopters will just need to be mindful of her previously
broken hock, it wouldn't be advisable for her to go silly off lead for example.
Penny is now in foster and has taken very well to life in a home. She arrived in our care extremely nervous of everything and everyone, especially men but she absolutely loves her foster dad. She can still get a little nervous in some situations, but we have seen such an improvement in her and her confidence continues to grow day by day. Considering she has not been in a home before she has taken to it like a duck to water. On her first night in foster she decided she would settle in comfort and found the sofa all by herself. Relaxing on the sofa is now her favourite pastime! She sleeps downstairs on her own at night and has slept through without a peep since her very first night. She's been completely clean – she really has been a good girl and asks when she needs to go outside. She likes her walks and walks very nicely on her lead. While she was in kennels we discovered she likes to be in the lead if walked in a group, if she's at the back she'll leap up in the air through her excitement!
Penny really deserves her forever home. She has a sweet nature and is curious of new experiences in her cautious way. She would be best suited to a quiet home where she can relax and cuddle up on the sofa. Penny would be happy to live with another dog particularly a calm but confident dog. Penny can be left alone for short periods and whilst she was initially rather uncomfortable without company, she is slowly getting more relaxed when left alone. Her fosterer is working on this and is trying to leave her for short periods at various times so she can get more accustomed to it. She also travels well and tends to just lay down quietly whilst on the move.
Penny has been through a lot, she's gained so much confidence and is now ready to find her forever family where she can truly settle and continue to blossom.
Date of birth: 5th August 2015
Jemima is a sweet little blue girl who came into our care as she was no longer wanted by her trainer. Jemima has been completely clean in her kennel from the day she arrived with us so we can't foresee any problems with house training.
Jemima can be slightly cautious on her walks but absolutely
loves going out, she is however quite strong on her lead and at the
moment she still has a strong prey drive.
Time, patience and being socialised in different places will help Jemima get used to all the other dogs besides greyhounds which is all she's ever known.
Jemima isn't at all demanding but really loves her cuddles and kisses, she also enjoys a neck rub and ear scratch. She's not a greedy girl but eats all her food as long as we mix something tasty in and she enjoys her treats, especially chicken feet!
Jemima really is a stunning girl, she has no control over her crazy ears which just adds to her cuteness.