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Published on June 13, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Melody is three years old, and black with just a little white on her. She’s a sweet, playful girl who loves her walks and playtime, and would likely suit a family with children.

She’s already house-trained.

UPDATE: September 2011. Melody has now been rehomed and is no longer available

 
Published on September 23, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Dingo is a handsome young dog, only twenty months old, so still quite a puppy. He’s a nice, friendly guy, who loves to play with his stuffed toys, and has a lovely temperament with people he meets.

Right now, Dingo is not keen on travelling long distances in the car. He doesn’t misbehave, but he does pant, which indicates that he’s getting stressed. This will probably improve with time, especially if he’s taken for frequent short rides with a fun walk at the end of them, but it must be said that some dogs never do really enjoy travelling.

UPDATE June 2011: Dingo has now been re-homed and is no longer available.

 
Published on August 18, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Sophie will be six years old in September 2010. She is a beautiful black girl with white markings and has a happy, playful nature. We think she would make a great companion for children.

This photo was taken at the track just after one of her races. All greyhounds have this slightly dazed, panting look after they’ve sprinted at top speed around the track. She also has sand in her coat, which is normal. Come and see her in person to find out what a lovely girl she is, and what a great pet she’ll make!

UPDATE – 5th December 2010: Sophie has now been rehomed and is no longer available.

 
Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Spot – the white and brindle dog in the photo above – was re-homed in September 2010. He is now living very happily with his new family.

Here’s what they have to say:

Update 1 (Oct 2010)

“Spot is doing very well. We did think of changing his name to Parker (nosey parker) cause he has to have his nose in everything but he is doing well in responding to the name Spot now. Spot loves his runs with our other greyhound, Misty, off the lead on a friends farm, but actually does not go far as he always must be close to Mark or Myself.

Spot makes everyone laugh, he is a funny dog and does the most stupidest of things, everyone in the neighbourhood loves him.

Spot has also made a good guard dog and growls when anyone is at the door. Spot loves company and is not far from my side most of the day but is very good when he is left in the house with Misty when the family are out.”

Update 2 – (Dec 2010)

“Spot is doing really well now and goes for long walks every night but at weekends we walk along a bridle way were he can run free. Spot knows his name, is very obedient and comes when called so letting him off is no problem. Starting to love cuddles even more now and still sits by my side while I work from home – in fact that’s where he is now.

Spot loves to play and we had to buy him some cuddle toys to play with as he kept nicking my daughters fluffy slippers. Hee! Hee!”