Bruno, Patsy, Macey and Cleo have been homed.
Billy is reserved.
Radnor’s foster mum has written a new update all about him. View Radnor the greyhound’s homing page. Could he be the one for you?
Elsie, Holly, Ivy, Ben and Rosie also have updated descriptions.
Latest Greyhound Arrivals:
We are expecting a new arrival in on Tuesday next week, but Rosie, Holly and Ivy are our current most recent arrivals. Their details can be found, along with details of all our other available greyhounds in the Greyhounds Needing Homes Gallery.
Pet Blood Bank Emergency Session
Thank you to all those who responded to our emergency appeal for canine blood donors. Our session on Saturday 14th January is now pretty much filled. Wonderful news for dogs everywhere!
Our next routine planned blood session will be on Sunday March 4th. We still need donors for that one and this time dogs that donated at our November session will be eligible to help again.
If you have a healthy dog weighing 25kg or more who is between 1 and 8 years old please call Pet Blood Bank on 01509 23222 and book an appointment to help save lives. PBB host sessions Nationwide, you don’t have to live near our kennels for your dog to become a blood donor. Full information about canine blood sessions can be found on our Pet Blood Bank Information page.
Our Latest Appeal
Did you receive some Christmas gifts that just aren’t your thing? If you did, rather than hiding them in a cupboard somewhere perhaps you’d like to donate them to Greyhound Lifeline and help us raise funds for the greyhounds in our care? Items may be used as raffle prizes, tombola gifts, they may be priced and sold as is, or if they are a little more valuable we may be able to sell them on ebay.
We Need Foster Homes
We still need foster homes, can you help? If at all possible we try to avoid placing greyhounds that have been in homes, are older, or have disabilities into the kennel. It’s much nicer for them if a home environment can be found for them.
All our foster spaces are full at present and poor Ernest really is not happy in kennels. He desperately need a foster home so he can relax and enjoy life. Jack too has waited far too long for a chance of home living, he’s getting older now and it’s high time he had the benefit of some home comforts. Information about greyhound fostering is available. Please note that a home visit and in depth discussion will be required before fostering can proceed.
Greyhound Lifeline Newsletter:
Our newsletter is finally being drafted, it won’t be too long now before we can issue it to those of you on our mailing list. If If you’d like to receive our newsletter then please join the Greyhound Lifeline Newsletter. Please be assured that your email address will not be passed to any third parties and you can of course opt to un-subscribe at any time.
New Greyhound Blog Post
Lady’s Greyhound Blog – Part 8 is now available to read.
Fundraise for us using eBay
You can now sell items on ebay and choose to donate between 10% and 100% of your sale price to Greyhound Lifeline. If you are an ebay member you could also simply donate by using your Paypal account. For ebay members only please visit their Sell for Charity page and enter “Greyhound Lifeline” in the Charity name area.
If you are a UK tax payer please also tick the Gift Aid box. Please read ebay’s terms and conditions carefully as we cannot be held responsible for any problems you may encounter. Could you sell your unwanted items and help us to buy food, provide veterinary care and generally look after the greyhounds in our care at the same time?