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Success at the Fleet Street Collection

On Saturday 22nd September the team were out in force along Fleet road collecting for Greyhound Lifeline.  It was a gloomy day with lots of rain but despite the weather, the volunteers were all determined to remain cheerful and raised a massive £590.05 for Greyhound Lifeline.  We would like to thank all of the volunteers for giving up their time and everyone who came along and donated to the greyhounds in our care.

September has seen five greyhounds find their new homes and we have one other that has been reserved so far. Well done girls and boys.

Our longest stayer greyhound in our care is Annie who has been with us for 16 months, she is a fun, loving girl who needs a confident owner to keep a check on this spirited little lady! Please visit her own page under the Greyhound Gallery for more information on her.

Meet playful Annie.

Kennel Training Sessions:

Do you own a non sighthound dog?
Can you help our kennel greyhounds?

We are looking for non sighthound dogs to help us in the training and socialisation of our kennel greyhounds.

Would you be prepared to help us once a month?

If the answer is yes to the above we would love to talk to you! We are looking to set up a training group on a Saturday to help our kennel greyhounds adjust to the ‘outside world’ with other dogs. We are looking for large, medium, small, fluffy, calm, excited – all characters, non sighthound breeds to help us set up this group.

If you are interested in this project please get in touch. You can phone Lucy on 07769348310 or email us at to find out more information.

Event Updates:

Meet, Greet & Collect at Redfields Garden Centre – Sunday 21st October:

We will be at Redfields for the day raising awareness of greyhounds to the public and collecting funds for Greyhound Lifeline. Pop down and see us, lots of greyhounds in attendance, all waiting for cuddles!

Street Collection in Farnborough – Saturday 1st December:

Come down and support us on this day.

Homed Dogs:

Charlie, Warrior, Orca, Lemur and Jupiter.

We are all very pleased to see Charlie also find his new home, he is another boy that has waited seven months for his family. Well done lad. All of our homed greyhounds are settling in to home life very well.

New Arrivals:

Cinders, Rambo, Minstrel, Munchkin, Lycan and Marshall.

Lycan showing us his big ears!

Dogs in Foster Care:


Reserved Dogs:


Toy Appeal:

We are getting low on soft toys for our kennel hounds, if you have any spare dog toys at home that you wouldn’t mind donating, our greyhounds would love to have them!
Please can we ask that they are non-squeaky toys, thank you.

Dog Walkers:

We are in need of dog walkers to join our team on a Monday and a Thursday, to help exercise our kennel dogs each day. If you would like to find out more information about this then please get in contact.

You can email us on or ring us on 07828128378 or 07769348310. Thank you.


Do you have a selection of unwanted gifts that you are wondering what to do with?
If you do then we’d love to receive them for fundraising purposes. Un-opened smellies, perfume, childrens’ toys, games (board and electronic), jewellery and small electrical items including power tools, radios, computer accessories are most wanted.

Unfortunately we cannot accept books (we’re severely overstocked with these already) or clothing.

Thank you to all who donate and support our work. Please contact us for information about where to drop off donated items.

If you are unsure about the suitability of your items please email our fundraising team on –

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