The handsome Hondo is living his best life with pawrent Sue! A year down the track, we’ve checked in with Sue to see how it’s going.
Much like his fictional namesake, it didn’t take Bilbo long to realise his adventure with Cheryl would be one he couldn’t miss. Read his success story.
Are you guilty of hurrying your pooch along when they stop to sniff on their walk? Many of us are unaware of the incredible benefits our pooches get from simply spending time sniffing. In this article we will outline why sniffing is so beneficial for our hounds, and why a sniffari rather than a walk may be just what the dogtor ordered.
Jennifer has been a Greyhound Rescue volunteer for over a year, working with our home visit team. Read on to hear her volunteering journey.
Full of charisma, an aptitude for naps (naptitude) and charm, Drax and Imogen are the perfect pairing. Read all about their first year together.
Greyhound Rescue recommends waiting 14 days before taking your hound on a walk when they first arrive in their new home. When the time does come for your first walk, it’s important to be prepared. Arm yourself with the tools necessary to make it the most enjoyable experience possible for both you and your hound.
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Rehoming organisation number: R251000042