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Published on July 10, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.


Suzi will be two years old in December, so she’s another one who never raced, but she did managed to break her leg, as you can see. Her cast is off now, and she is left with a slight bend in her leg. This doesn’t affect her at all.

Like other injured dogs, Suzi is living in Sharon’s house. When she is outside, Suzi runs, plays and acts the idiot, but when she is indoors she is a diamond, and is usually to be found upside-down with her legs against the wall, sound asleep!

Published on January 6, 2013, in Rehomed dogs.


Beautiful little Bobcat – he’s only two and a half years old, but has retired from racing with a serious injury to his hock. A couple of months ago, he broke his leg on the track and now has two pins and wire in it.

Bobcat is the sweetest dog Sharon has ever had, and doesn’t have a nasty bone in his body. He gets along with males and females alike. He is currently living in Sharon’s house while he recovers and if she could keep him, she would, because, as she says ‘He’s a diamond!’.

However, Bobcat needs a quiet home and Brambleberry is always busy, and full of dogs. He also needs only short walks each day. Bobcat would probably suit an older person.

Sharon is happy to have Bobcat fostered, which means she will continue to pay vet bills for anything to do with his broken leg.

UPDATE APRIL 2013:  Sharon has now decided to keep Bobcat herself and he is no longer available.

Published on June 26, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

Tiny is a small, black greyhound girl of only two and a half years old.

She retired from racing with a broken leg, and although it is completely mended, she walks with a limp. The vets have said that it’s in her mind, and hopefully it’s just a habit she will get out of.

Tiny is a friendly soul, and is already housetrained.

UPDATE July 2012: Tiny has now been adopted and is no longer available

Published on May 28, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

Pretty Lucy Loo is a five year old black female.

Lucy Loo broke one of her back legs, and although it is now mended, she would need to have shorter walks than most – no longer than one mile – and she needs a less energetic home, so she would suit someone with a more laid-back lifestyle.

She is a good girl; quite quiet, already house-trained and she behaves impeccably in the home.


UPDATE October 2012:  Lucy Loo has now been rehomed and is no longer available