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Freda, beautiful female Greyhound

Freda is a beautiful female Greyhound, born May 2018. She’s a bundle of fun, giddy and playful and will make a wonderful family pet. She’s fine around other dogs. Greyhounds don’t need much exercise, just two 30 minute walks is… Continue Reading →

Storm, handsome Greyhound

Storm is a handsome male Greyhound, born August 2015. He’s a really friendly and affectionate lad and well socialised around other dogs. Greyhounds don’t need much exercise, just two 30 minute walks is sufficient and the rest of the time… Continue Reading →

Jet, gorgeous Greyhound

Jet is a stunning male Greyhound, born February 2016. He’s a really lovely sweet natured lad, well socialised and will make a great family pet. Greyhounds don’t need much exercise, just two 30 minute walks is sufficient and the rest… Continue Reading →

Fred, male Greyhound

Fred is a handsome medium sized male Greyhound, born April 2016. He’s a lovely natured boy, a bit timid but calm and friendly and good around other dogs. Greyhounds don’t large amounts of exercise, just two 30 minute walks a… Continue Reading →

Primrose, female Greyhound

Primrose is a female Greyhound, born January 2015. She’s a sweet girl but a bit timid, however, we think she will be more relaxed once she gets out of the kennel environment and into her forever home. She is fine… Continue Reading →

Terry, young blue Greyhound

Terry is a male Greyhound, blue coloured and born September 2018. He’s a really handsome dog, lovely with people and very affectionate. He can be dog reactive though so best rehomed as an only dog and not suitable for rehoming… Continue Reading →

Sasha, female Greyhound

NOW RESERVED. Sasha is a female Greyhound, born August 2014. She’s a lovely friendly girl, likes other dogs and adores people. She doesn’t like to be left alone so would be great rehomed where there is another dog for company…. Continue Reading →

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