Dogs in Need of Homes
If you are unable to continue to home a GLWR dog for any reason, the dog must be returned to us. No dog can be sold, given away or exchanged in any way without our permission.
Upon adoption of a dog, we ask for a minimum donation of £150 to go towards the costs of the care and veterinary treatment of the dog whilst in our kennels. We will also supply a muzzle free of charge.
If you are interested in offering any of these dogs a loving home please ring 01249 720086 (after 7.00pm) or email us at email@example.com
DOGS IN NEED OF HOMES
Please note - none of our dogs can be rehomed with cats but check out the private re-homings further down the page.
Molly is a 3 year old smallish black greyhound bitch.
She is not interested in racing so needs a new home. She has been kenneled with a male greyhound and really enjoys the company of our other boys. She loves her food and treats,
She walks beautifully by your side. Would probably enjoy the company of another dog or people when she is rehomed.
She has a quiet, calm, friendly disposition. A very nice dog.
Would suit either a Family or retired people
Rudi has been kennelled with bitches and loves their company even the bossy ones!!!
This dog has lived in a home and got on very well but was returned to racing. He is now too old to race and that is why he is with us at our rescue kennels looking for a permanent home.
He has been kennelled with Krystle our blue greyhound bitch quite happily.
Rudi will not be rehomed with cats or small furries.
He walks well with the other dogs who have readily accepted him into their pack and being such a big boy - he really does enjoy his food and treats!!!
Rudi would suit someone who has owned a large dog in the past.
A handsome, gentle giant who now deserves a home.
Bill came to us from local greyhound owners as he now needs a new home away from kennels.
He is 5/6 years old and has not done much racing in his life but obviosly will not be rehomed with cats or small fluffy dogs.
Bill is a very quiet dog, good in his kennel and affectionate especially when he gets to know you.
He walks very calm and steady on the lead and really is a dog who enjoys his own company.
Bill would suit an adult family or retired person or couple where he can spend his life enjoying company and being a normal lazy greyhound.
Welcome to our new addition, Tag.
This lovely boy is five and a half years old and is the brother of Gaius the brindle boy we recently rehomed.
Tag has always been kennelled with his brother and is exceptionally calm and very well behaved with other greyhounds - especially the ladies!!!
He is shorter than our other boys and a bit stockier.
Affectionate, calm and with a happy waggy tail, he is a pleasure to walk.
He seems to have the same personality as Gaius so should make an ideal pet.
Tag will not be rehomed with cats.
Please come and see this cracking boy soon.
This magnificent, quiet " long dog " has come into our rescue from the local RSPCA where he was signed over as an unwanted racing dog. His racing career has ended probably due to an accident in kennels.
Poor Tom has had to have most of his tail amputated - probly wagging it too much and hitting it on the kennel wall and that is why we have been asked to take him into our care.
The vet nurses say he is a lovely dog and everyone has become very fond of him.
Now he needs a new home where he can become a much loved pet.
He travels well, is very sweet natured and gets on fine with all the rest of " the doggy gang ".
Tom is three years old and has raced at Swindon but we believe he could have spent part of his life in a home.
Please can you give this boy the loving home he so richly deserves?
Mal is a very handsome black five year old greyhound who raced locally in his youth and came to our rescue to be homed.
He is a very loving boy with a beautiful shiny coat and walks by your side never pulling or tugging.
Other Greyhound get on very well with him and Mal's favourite time of day is when he gets his treats. The down side to this lovey dog is that he has epilepsy and on occassions can have short mild fits. Mal is not really bothered by this and is on medication which will be paid for by the charity. He has had some holiday fostering with our dog walkers who all love him to bits and all said what a good boy he was in their homes.
It is a year now that he has spent in our kennels and we would really like him to find a foster or permanent home as soon as possible.
It probably would be best he he is the only dog and needs to be in a cat / child free home.
Please can you help this cracking dog and give him a loving caring home - its not his fault that he just needs that special bit of attention and love with someone who can see what a wonderful greyhound he is.
Please call Denise on 01249 - 783775 for more information or just to have a chat and update on Mal.
Please contact us for more information about any of these dogs or the other lovely dogs we are looking after. We will do our best to match you up with your ideal companion.
These are not GLWR dogs and any re-homing agreement is strictly between the current owner and the new adopting owners.
The information is provided by the current owners and GLWR cannot be held responsible for its accuracy.