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31 October 2011:
We experienced a catastrophic failure yesterday morning and have unfortunately lost ALL entries on the guestbook since the end of September 2010.
We have been able to recover a few, but to all those who left a message since September 2010: PLEASE re-enter or email us your guestbook message if you cannot find it here!
There were so many lovely messages and 'happy tails' and we hope you will help us recover them!
Your website is so wonderful. I wish I could home many of your lovely dogs but sadly not at the moment
Love the dog bios! Whoever writes them, very well done. All the best.
Ray & Laura
We have had the great pleasure of having Jen in our home for 3 years x
A beautiful website and I appreciate the wonderful work you do for our greyhound friends.
A chance in a lifetime............. As a GRWE foster carer, with two hounds and a foster space for a needy hound, it has always been our intention to have space in our home for just one more.
That was until little Chance came along! 5 minutes after his arrival with us as a foster I was signing the rehoming paperwork and haven't looked back.
It is never an easy choice taking an oldie into your home, but they do have a habit of sneaking in.
We will of course return to fostering when the time comes . Thank you for giving our little whippet a chance xx
Hi there just wanted to post in the guestbook that Honey, whom I adopted from the GRWE last July, and I completed our Kennel Club Bronze Certificate in Good Citizen Dog Scheme.
We have been attending training classes and she has done brilliantly. We are moving onto our Silver Certifcate in a few weeks. Having a great time with her and we both love her to bits.
Over from Australia for three months and went with my Aunty (a fosterer for grwe) to walk some of the dogs at the kennels. It is clear that the work being done by everyone at grwe is immense, they have complete love for these dogs and give up alot of their time and effort to make sure the dogs are cared for and go to the right homes!
I just want to say it it so nice to meet such loving, caring people! Keep up the good work!
You have inspired me to go in search for kennels to volunteer walking the dogs when I go back to Australia!
Over from Australia for three months and went with my Aunty (a fosterer for GRWE) to walk some of the dogs at the kennels. It is clear that the work being done by everyone at GRWE is immense, they have complete love for these dogs and give up alot of their time and effort to make sure the dogs are cared for and go to the right homes!
I just want to say it it so nice to meet such loving, caring people! Keep up the good work!
You have inspired me to go in search for kennels to volunteer walking the dogs when I go back to Australia!
sharon, ken, carter and minnie edmonds
Hi all, just a note to inform that our beloved Tilly, who we adopted in 2005, passed away yesterday after getting the dreaded bone cancer. Tilly, formally Mitzi, was our first 'baby' and was the most wonderful, kind, funny dog. She was amazing when we bought our 2 human babies home and happily lived with our grouchy, ancient cat although other cats were considered fair game! I am still leaving space for her on the sofa and will miss her lying across me and grunting with pleasure when I rubbed her ears! I hope she is up there chasing deer and rabbits to her hearts content. Ken and I miss her terribly and are nursing broken hearts at the moment. Our son wants another hound asap but I think we need to grieve for a bit longer. To anyone who has a hound: you are blessed with such a great companion, to anyone who is thinking of getting a hound: they are wonderful, loving, rewarding and often hilarious friends. Thank you so much for allowing us the opportunity to have such a great dog in our lives. Thank you Tilly for 6 wonderful years x
Message for Sandra in Cornwall:
Sam not as described. I brought home a quiet, staid middle-aged gent; I now have a bouncy, boisterous, adolescent bundle of mischief who everybody thinks is one handsome guy!
At the age of eight he seems to have discovered that life can be fun.
So glad I fell for him.
Oh dear.... I failed!!!
I offered to foster a dog who urgently needed a home after being returned from a family and hating kennels.
HOW I regret taking him in to foster, what a disaster!!.....NO not HIM...it was ME!!!
I lasted about two hours and just knew he couldn't stay in foster with me....so I adopted him instead!!!
WHAT a happy boy, I called him Harri and he now lives and loves with four other dogs, and brings JOY to my heart......
THANK YOU so much, my dear boy, I love you very much,
John & Karen
We moved north 2 years ago after doing a lot of work for GRWE but are sorry to say we had to put Wiskey to sleep this week.
The house is so empty although we have four others.
Hope things are OK down there.
John & Karen
Jen, Bob, Suey and Ellie
Hi - had a good day at Tesco at Bursledon. We hope you got lots of money.
Went to Wickham indoor dog show. Suey got a first in best rescue; that was out of 14 dogs. We are so proud of her.
The judge asked us her story and he had tears in his eyes when he said there are so many dogs out there needing homes, and more people like us lot to look after them all.
Keep up the good work we all do.
Jen, Bob, Suey and Ellie xxxxx
Lovely letter from Amy Punter who is delighted with her greyhound.
My husband and I adopted our greyhound Zak on 4th July 2009. A day I will never forget!
Couldn't believe how big and black he was. But you know Zak and I took to each other right away. He is never far from my side. He is my soul mate and my shadow.
All the family love him. The grandchildren call him the "inside out dalmation" as he has splashes of white in his coat. One of my daughters calls him her four-legged brother. As you can tell he is loved by all.
He is fanastic with everone. From tiny dogs who make a fuss of him to perfect strangers who approach him. I am so pleased that you matched Zak to us. Although he is definitely my dog and obeys me, he is very selctive in obedience when it comes to my husband telling him what to do. He is a character and can be very funny. It is a shame that he does not know what toys are for, and he bounces like mad when he see his lead.
He has made our lives such a joy. He knows that he is well loved and spoilt. Who could not love this lovely boy? He will be 10 in March and although he is slowing down due to arthritis in his back legs he is still very active.
Thank you for allowing us to adopt Zak. Keep up the good work and should you be in the vicinity of Irlam, Salford, we would be only too pleased to come and see you all.
Kay & Mink
Mink and I would like to thank everyone who attended How Caple Court dog show yesterday where we were lucky to win the Sir John Harvey-Jones Trophy for best greyhound.
Many thanks to all, hope to see you all again soon xx
I've met many people while walking along Exeter canal and I've made friends with many Greyhounds/ Whippets they have as pets.
I'm currently enquiring about adopting one of your dogs.
I would just like to say a big thankyou for Shaggy, who is lovely and gets on fine with my little terrier.
Moura and Martin
Little Winnie (AKA Whippety Win) has been with us since March 2010 and has blossomed into such a loving girl.
She has learned how to play with cuddly toys, knows some commands, and has a beautiful glossy coat.
Thank you for letting us look after her, she is very much part of the family now!
What a brilliant website. I have been considering a resue greyhound or two for some time as I very much miss my two mad standard poodles who, despite living until the ages of 13 and 19 respectively, are no longer with us.
I am now very keen to look into this further and having already discussed this with my husband hope to be able to contact you in the very near future.
Keep up the good work. Well Done!!!
Roxy has been with us for ten days now and she is really starting to come out of herself. She's still just a great big teddy bear on legs, but starting to be a mischievous one!
Could do without the 5am starts, mind you, but luckily we adore her so she is forgiven :-)
Huge thanks to Lesley, Julie and Jan for bringing this beauty into our lives.
jen and bob /suey/ was sorrell
Jan, just to let you now that Suey won 1 st prize for 23/24 in greyhound bitch.
She also won a shield for the best greyhound Petworth 2010.
We are very happy and hope all the kennel staff are happy too.
Llove Suey and new family xxxx thank you
After years of waiting for the right time, I am finally awaiting my first ever home check!!
I can't wait to welcome one of your beautiful dogs into my home!!!
I love the website and will definitely be purchasing some of the jumpers and coats etc for my new baby when he/she arrives xx
Jen and Bob
Hi Jan Lake, just to let you now Sorrell is now called Suey and she is a very good girl. She has taken to the cats very well and plays with the other dogs.
We are taking her to Petworth at the weekend. Will let you now how she gets on!
From Jen and Bob, the critters and Suey xxx
bethy and mummy
me and my mum are looking at this website and thinking how georgous greyhounds are. In the future we hope to have one, cant wait :)
We have recently had a new addition to the family, he goes by the name of SOOTY. We only brought him home on Saturday and he has settled in really well - he is loving having long walks up the beach even though he was a little unsure at first but now he is fine. Give it a few weeks and I'm sure he will go in the water!
He is a star with our two-year old boy who loves him very much and he even gets a kiss when he goes off to bed!
We would like to say a big thankyou to Janet and the team at GRWE for finding us such a fantastic dog/friend we really can't thank you enough!
Leanne, Mark and Rhys
Clare and Sam
Just a big thankyou to Christine and Tony and little Ellie who helped us find a lovely dog called Princess, now re-named Lucy.
We love her and so does the rest of our furry family - we just need to get a bigger sofa now!
Big 'thank you' to GRWE and Rescued Racers for Evie! I picked her up last Saturday and she has settled in with Charlie cat like a dream.
It feels as if she has always been here and she has already passed a 'rabbit' test! As we were walking, a pet black and white rabbit popped out from a hedge, stopped to nibble then hopped off. Evie simply stood and watched as it hopped along the path back to his garden! What a star!
Cassie and Noah
Thank you to Kelli and Gulie for matching our family with the lovely Noah.
He is settling in brilliantly and is a wonderful dog. He has found the sofa which is a good start! He is great with the children and the cat too. And I look forward to watching his confidence grow around strangers and giving him the forever home he deserves.
Having had lurchers all my life and just recently Boomer (named Boomerrang as he always came back) passed away, a big void was now in my life until..Roisin.
A big thank you to Em who introduced me to Roisin (Ro-Sheen)my beautiful Irish brindle shaggy lurcher who came to live with me last Saturday.
Roisin whom we call Roshie for short was a little shy at first but we bonded striaght away. She is learning so quickly and is quite a character, loves chewing her paws and playing with them and so loving and gentle. It feels like I have had her forever.
Thanks to all the team and from time to time you will hopefully see me at events to help continue the support that GRWE need to carry on the good work of caring for these wonderful creatures.
I met one of your volunteers in Gloucestershire at the weekend and fell for the dog he was walking.
I've just become a Friend for Life of GRWE on the back of that meeting.
I have four dogs at the moment, including one lurcher, and am trying to convince my husband that there's room for at least one more long dog on the sofa; they can fit in where others can't!
When I succeed, it will be your organisation I come to.
Hey there you folks!
I've not logged on for a while as I have been busy with my two new hounds - Louie and Lola. They are settling in very well (Louie is a bit naughty at times and has made a meal of my posh glasses, the bannister etc).
However, I just wanted to express my surprise and a big smile to see a featured hound called Elly Mcwelly!!!
You have named one of your girlies after me I see, how amusing, how sweet! Good luck to you all, I'll be helping with street collection next week.
In April 2001 we found our lovely Spencer at death's door at M&S Cribbs Causeway.
We had nearly 9 years with him and he came to France where the French children loved him but three weeks after his return home he developed an enourmous lump in his tummy and left us on August 13th.
He won the top dog at Egington and raised a lot of money when we went out for GRWE.
It was such a blow for my wife that her dementia went very quickly downhill and she is now in a home here in Weston.
I still speak to my Spencer, who's ashes are in my garden under his favourite tree.
One day when I can I will get another greyhound because of all the dogs we had during our 53 years of marriage our Spencer was the only dog we had and he was so wonderful.
All the people in Calrance park were all crying when they heard he had gone. So another stage in our lives with Spencer has passed and now my wife can only remember him when I take his photo in for her.
Thank you for reading this, Dave
Just want to say a huge thank you to Kelli and also Karen for all your wonderfull help in helping my family and I find our perfect rescue match. Wrinkles came to us only a short time ago, but is already part of the family in a big way. My gentle giant! He is amazing with my toddlers and is really enjoying my sofa! He is loving all the attention and the long walks (with auntie Karen and co!).
The job you guys do is amazing and I wouldn't be without my new baby! Thank you so much again and I will definitly keep in touch! I know how sad you were to see him go and I just wanted you to know how well he has taken to our home, thank you xxx
Thanks so much,
Jenni, Ben, Ollie, Shaun and Wrinkles! xxxxx
Nigel & Siobhan Kidderminster
Last week we meet a lady and gentleman with two greyhounds, when we visited Weston-super-Mare with our three greyhounds - all from rescuce centres close to our home town.
As usual the dogs introduced themselves while we had a good chat with the dogs' oweners who told us what a good job you do and the lady also helps out.
Maybe other people, seeing how well these dogs get on, just may make them decide to get a dog!
I have just taking in Buzz a black greyhound in need of a home.
I could not resist him when I met him with my two greyhounds. He has settled in really well and is learning the house rules. He is so loving and affectionate and fitting in well - it is like we have always had him!
Thanks Kelli at GRWE, you have given me and my family a lovely new pet.
Hi, first I'd like to say thank you for all the hard work you do saving these wonderful dogs.
I've always wanted one but never been able to find one that would get on with my rabbits - maybe one day, fingers crossed!
We got our greyhound, Joe, who is 6 now, from a lady in Bodmin, Sue.
We collected Joe after three visits when he was only two years old. He was a pain for cats and other dogs, and still is for dogs, but with cats, he just goes up and sniffs them, then walks away.
We have taught him to sit, lie down and come back when we call him.
We love him sooooo much and he is the best dog we have ever had! Love you Joe XXX
Just a note to say I really enjoyed reading 'A day in the life of GRWE' by Belinda McCarthy - and phew! what a day..
It is interesting for us supporters to be aware of just how much time and effort goes into the rescues.
I'm confident that my modest donations are well used. Well done on great work and a well written article - thank you.
It's now some months since I tragically lost my darling Peggy. Can I, dare I offer a home to another lovely hound?
YES - my home and heart says so! Time to take the plunge......:)
Just a quick comment to let you know that after taking in Gillie before Christmas, we are finding him a total joy!
He's so happy all the time and his tail wags ten-to-the-dozen when one of us walks in. We didn't know how he'd get on with our lovely girl Reb, who came to us in October 2008, but they both get on like a house on fire, and love having a good run around the garden in an afternoon!
We love him so much, he's our qorgeous boy!
Thank you all again,
Alex, Bev, Graham, Gill and Reb x
Further to my message on 21 October 2009, it is with much sadness that I write as we lost our beloved Bailey (greyhound dog) yesterday. He was only 7 years old. We were going to rehome another dog from you late last year, as a friend for Bailey, however my father did not wish to walk two dogs so we could not proceed. Little did we know that we would lose Bailey within a month from bone cancer. For all you grey owners out there, the bone cancer was not picked up on an x ray, only on a ct scan - thank god he was insured.
He will be missed masses, he was such a happy dog who just wanted to be with us, wherever we were in the house / garden x
Just to wish you all a very happy xmas and new year! I'm still grieving my Peggy but will be looking to rehome another hound sometime in the spring, so I still look with longing and love - regards to all.
This site is Brilliant Aswell as your Talking Greyhounds Magazine! I am thinking about Volenteering at the Dorest and Hampshire branch but i dont actually know where it is situated!! Xxxxxx
hi there am really impressed with you website also interested in gimba? has he a home yet? if not i will contact you by phone? thanks lizzie xxx
Hi just to let everyone in the Cornwall Branch who helped in his rescue know that Blaine the lurcher puppy is settling well in his new home.
He is full of life and loves to play with his toys. Like most hounds he likes to have a good snooze. He is very clever and managed to open a cupboard in the kitchen and he is also digging a big hole in the garden!
He has filled the big hole left in our lives by the death of our two elderly dogs. Happy Christmas to you all.
Just to say a big thank you for a brilliant get-together at Queenswood Country Park.
The weather was not great but we carried on regardless and raised some money in the process for GRWE. Well done everyone for organising the walk, which was enjoyed by dogs and humans.
My boy Logan has a lovely Christmas snood to wear on those cold winter walks.
Lesley, John & Charlotte with licks from Logan
I am a great supporter of what you do and always will be but please spare a thought for the greyhounds that seem to be dressed up each Christmas time like chiristmas trees. Most have been through tough times and they don't understand or appreciate why they have hats and antlers on. Lets give them the dignity they have lacked throughout their lives so far and let them live as dogs not dolls. To dress them up is allowing humans to again, do what they want to these placid beautiful creatures without them questioning our actions. It happens each year and although well meant the dressing up is for the humans benefit not the hounds. Please put the hounds dignity and needs first.
I have been perusing your website and have noticed a few beauties to my liking! I lost my bedlington x lurcher in April this year and then two weeks ago, my elder Collie x, at 18 years. They were both rescue dogs and idolised each other.
I am starting to look around now for a replacement, two if small enough, but probably 1 lurcher/greyhound. I would prefer a bitch. I am in Plymouth, Devon and wonder how I would go about adopting from you, you being quite a way up the line!
I do drive, but not far outside Plymouth. I would appreciate a reply through my email
I recently lost my gorgeous Peggy, suddenly after having her in my life for a few short months. Whilst it is a bit too raw for me to rehome another hound, I find myself logging on, looking, reading...
Then I shed some more tears and know that my heart is as big and as open as ever to these elegant and wonderful dogs.
I also want to say thank you for the support I have had from the helpline and from Jackie from the home check. Hopefully in the new year....... regards, Elly
Caroline and Paul
Harvey (was Ollie) has settled well into our family. He loves his bed, his cuddles and especially his toy sheep whose bobbly ears he lovingly chewed off the first week!
Thanks to the Cheshire team (especially Nicole) for finding us such a lovely greyhound.
Hopefully we will manage to get to some future events.
Caroline, Paul, Charlotte and Michael.
Just dropped in to say hello from Saffie, who we adopted from GRWE in October 2000 when we lived in North Somerset near Bristol.
Saffie will be 14 on 4 November and lives with us in Verwood, Dorset these days, together with our Bedlington lurcher, Chloe, 9.
Saffie's racing name is Just An Angel - and she is! Do keep up the good work for all the greyhounds you help; it's much appreciated. All the best.
Val and Bill
A.d and Gemma
Just a quick note to let you all know that Noah is settling in well since we picked him up on Sunday.
His coat is now shiny and he is comming when his name is called. He even allows Ellena (our 15 month old) to stroke him and he is getting quite protective over her.
Love the website - it's great to see all the hard work that goes into rehoming these beautiful greyhounds.
Having seen the note on the website about considering rehoming boy greyhounds, I just wanted to add that boy dogs are fantastic - we were originally only considering a bitch after we lost our beloved greyhound girl Bubbles 2 years ago, however the only greyhound at the Dogs Trust was a boy, so we decided to take him home.
He is an absolute STAR - a real gent!! He has changed my mind about boy dogs! He is so chilled out and really well behaved. So... if your in doubt about getting a boy dog, they are fantastic too!! We would not hesitate to get another. Allyson
Its nearly a year since Trudie came to live with us, and in that time she has turned from a very nervous individual to an outgoing and confident dog (plus has gained ownership of the sofa)
Hi just to let you know that Honey (formerly Bambi) one of you appeal dogs who needed an ulnaectomy is doing absolutely fine. She runs like the wind and is usually being hotly pursued by Ellie (formerly Hope) who had spinal surgery last year and made a miraculous recovery and Jet our old boy who has a thing for the girls. They are all very much loved and bring no end of love and laughter into our lives! Keep up the good work GRWE!
Harley (was Marley) has settled very well. He shares a bed with our other dog and has the patience of a saint with my little boy! He has become part of our family very quickly and we would like to thank you for all your help x
Just want to let some one know that Bob (Jimbob) is settling in well, starting to relax and feel more settled. We call him Bob or spongeBob as he is most definitely a sponge and will fall asleep standing up having cuddles!
He is everything we expected and so much more! I hope that we will be everything to Bob too, having a happy life safe and loved.
My last Greyhound passed away in February aged 16 (we think as she had no ear markings) 12 years of total joy, love and devotion.
Hi we went to our 1st playgroup yesterday at Aspull, Lancashire..we LOVED it. Was a lovely sunny day, lots of beautiful dogs...especially Gill, fell for him BIG time..working on the hubby.
Elvis had such fun, its greyt for him as he has no recall so we are always after chances to let him run free. Thanks for a GREYT day!
Just thought I'd drop in to say we still have Saffie, our fawn greyhound girl we got from GRWE in October 2000 when we lived in North Somerset.
She'll be 14 this November. We lost her long time companion, Ben, in April but now have a Bedlington lurcher, Chloe, to be Saffie's companion.
All the best to everyone at GRWE.
Hi GRWE, just to let you know that I have received messages from Shady and Flynn both of which we fostered for you 2 years ago. They are both doing well. I lost my own beloved greyhound girl a few weeks back and have been looking to adopt again. Hopefully we will see you soon. Keep up the good work.
Dear All at Greyhound Rescue Of West Of England, we are all so pleased to have homed Pipa, she is the most gracful, elegent and magical hound ever and we all feel totally blessed by her being, photos to follow.
Philip, Keely, Pheobe, Charlie, Gilbert and Edlyn
Congratulations on doing such brilliant work on behalf of sighthounds - and in such a caring and professional way. If only there were more volunteers like yours.....
Andy & Wendy Ivey
Hi, every one. we picked up Oscar 2 back in May this year. Would just like to say. we love him to bits. Can't get over how laid back he is, just perfect. We do take photos but he is too quick for us, most of the photos are of him laying around with his legs in the air. He is brill. Thanks so much. Totaly in love X X x
Hi everybody we adopted our butch known to grwe as buster in may we all love him very much and he has settled into our house with our other three dogs great, keep up all the hard work everyone its amazing work you all do lisa i hope your leg is getting better take care yasmin xx
Hi, I am an eleven year old girl and i love your site. My family and i are thinking about getting a greyhound but not yet so we would like to get a chance to meet some of the animals and were wondering if there was any sort of event on where we could get a chance to meet some of your dogs.
since I came to England a few months ago I am in love with greyhounds!( Originally from Germany, I am spending a few months in the south of England to study.) I found your website in dogs today and check it daily since then, admiring your work!
I am seriously thinking about adopting a greyhound, I already have a lovely podenco X galgo boy named Leo, and three young cats (growing up with Leo)waiting for me at my parents' in Germany.
But I am afraid, you might not want your greyhound leave the country, also because you can't check the circumstances before?!
However, is it possible to visit the GRWE and leave a donation personally?
Thanks, and all the best for you all!
Hi this message is for mark. Hi Mark its big paul from college, my lady and I have looked through ur list of poor kids that need homes and we have a list. see u next week :)
We have just given Afie( formally Tiv) a forever home. He has settled in brilliantly and we love him so much already! we will bring him to a fund raiser and help out.Thanks to Nicole and hubby - you were brilliant!
Michele & Tony Way
We adopted Solo just over a year ago and we love him to bits. He is a faithful companion to our older mixed breed Millie whom he follows obediently around the garden! GRWE do an absolutely fantastic job rescuing so many deserving dogs from often dire circumstances. Love the website, visit it often to check on dogs available for adoption and to see what events are going on. KEEP UP THE BRILLIANT WORK.... lots more dogs out there, unfortunately. THANK YOU X
jan de witt
to linda and tony,
i am so sorry to here adout RT
i lost pip 5wks ago in the same way take care jan x
Rachel and Joe Pitt
Hi just a brief note to say that Rupert has settled in very well and is a pleasure to have in our home. Rupert has made many doggy friends, one is a large alsation called Zarr! He is a very gentle giant and loves his cuddles and kisses and loves nothing more than playing in the garden with his squeaky ball. Many Thanks for all you done xxx
Hi and just to say that Peggy came home with me yesterday and spent her first night, quietly and happily! She is adorable and has made friends with neighbours already. She follows me around and is so quiet and gentle, an adorable girl, thank you x
Love the website an how much information is given on the dogs. Will def b thinkin in a yr or so of adopting a dog to keep my 6 mth greyhound x company.
Have had our two wonderful hounds for 8 months now and we all love them soooo much. To see how much they have changed and come out of their shells since we have had them is so rewarding. I check out the website on a regular basis and would love to give all the hounds a home if I could. Keep up the good work.
Hello all! Just to say, that I have setup a GRWE Group on Facebook, to mainly promote this site, and also events on in different areas. Please visit : http://www.facebook.com/groups/edit.php?gid=51470737994&members=1&oid=51470737994&view=noreplies#/group.php?gid=51470737994
Or simply type GRWE into the search bar in Facebook!
Ray & Dallas
A big thank you for all your help over the past few days , Jasmine & Junior settled well last night & are currently doing the greyhound/lurcher favorite pastime - sleeping.
Great Site from all of us at:
Eddy in Dorset
Hello there, Just a quick note to say how nice it was to see you at Crufts,
I have two greyhound boys and nothing could be more rewarding and special than seeing their personalities come through and their big smiles each day-complete fuss bags and very addictive.
We will be buying things from you to support your great work, we wish we could adopt all the dogs you have but still have a quite shy boy who needs plenty of one to one fuss.
Amy and Kate Marks
We saw your stand at crufts this year and have been thinking about maybe adopting a greyhound, we were wondering if they came with pedigree papers because we are very interested in showing them.
Thankyou very much xxx
What a lovely website! The leaflets really helpful and clear and the dogs are all gorgeous. I wish I could take them all! Can't wait to bring one home.
saw several Videos on YouTube, very good work.
I am from Germany and recently was the 3rd time in Spain near Valencia, and got out dogs, which found a new home in Germany, roughly round Cologne, its nice to see that there are more people, even throughout the world, that save Greys and Galgos.
Thanks for that kind thing!!
cheers + regards and BIG THANKS
Hello, I love your website and I just read about how cruel some people are to greyhounds and I can't believe it. It's terrible. I have got my mum to enquire about a greyhound but we have two cats so I'm not sure if it'll be a problem but I'd love a girl greyhound. I'm 13 years old and feel that I can be responsible for looking after a dog! Wish me luck. thanks xx
Just a quick update on Rob. We've had him 2 weeks now and he's definatly one of the family now.
My little girl and him are getting on really well.
He's slowed down his eating now and loves his walks, especially with a retired greyhound he has befriended.
We've heard him bark twice now and his playfull side now on its way out.
Will post some pics when i've got a few minutes.
He is a total joy to have.
Thankyou very much GRWE.
Hi guys, just a short message to let you know Buster is doing well ,and has found his voice.
He is enjoying his walks ,and what can I say food is his life!
He is a joy to have, we have only had him a short while but he is a big part of our family.
I wish every one could see what a joy greyhounds bring to our lives.
Ecellent website, easy to use and full of really good info and advice, together with brilliant people who enabled me to take my first ever greyhound, Star, home in time for xmas. He and my GSD bitch Cass are in love! Keep up the good work. Special thanks to Tim, Penny and Ali. Happy New Year! xxx
Hi all! Great event in Newnham Equestrian Center, organised for the dogs to have a run about, and for us to have some mince pies!! Keep up the good for GRWE!! I will be setting up a Facebook page for you guys soon, with links to your website!!
Wish I'd discovered greyhounds sooner. We rehomed our beautiful lady last year and wouldnt be without her. Would have them all if I could.
Fantastic new website - very easy to follow and precise, direct info.
Can't wait for the walk at Delamere on 5th Oct
Mr Lea Davenport
After reading the latest edition of the newsletter I would like to offer the services and experiences of Sooty&Sweep to GRWE in order to atract new owners. Sooty and Sweep came to us in 03, settling in immediately! My Mother decided on the idea of having just one hound but became immediately smitten with them both and over a short period of time even learned to enjoy walking them and given that she is a rather young 70 that speaks volumes for Sooty's easy going nature. Caring for these two adorable Greyhounds is both a pleasure and a privilege,two short walks a day,three moderate sized meals and a comfy chair with blanket,that's all they ask for! Oh and not forgetting plenty of love,care and attention,which is not to much to ask for,now we would be lost without them! P.S in order to save GRWE funds I would welcome an E mail news letter only if it helps at all,keep up the good work!
I used to have a greyhound as a child that my dad rescued she was my best friend.Now that i am getting married and moving soon into a nice big house with one yorkie terrier henry, who we love to bits.We are thinking of giving a home to a greyhound this site was recomended by my local vet, and ive never been of it i want them all. just cannot believe what a rough ride this breed gets its disgusting they are the best breed of dog ever in my eyes.
Any way im getting the house ready then we can home one CANT WAIT! X X
nice website came across it as looking for another greyhound (recently lost one) lovely looking greys
Very good website. We have our lovely boy Sam from you. He is everything to us.
Great new website, easy on the eye and to navigate. Have looked on hounds needing homes but cannot see Finbar. Did this lovely boy, the victim of such dreadful cruelty, find a home?
Firstly well done on the new site, it looks great. My main reason for getting in touch though was because of the The In Memory page and to pass on my condolences to all, but especially reading of Jan Lake who sadly lost Dodger; we lost our first adopted greyhound, Timmy, almost two years ago in similar circumstances when he became ill and it turned out to be cancer. He hadn't been with us for very long and it was truly devastating because we loved him so much.. I'm so glad there is now a memorial page on GRWE - I must be one of very many who has requested some sort of memorial page, because while we do our best for the greyhounds that need us now - we will never forget the ones that have been in our lives before.. Well done GRWE
Love the site, check it daily.
Hoping to rescue my own greyhound once my garden is fully enclosed
we have two lovely greyhounds thanks to GRWE and wouldnt be without them for world. they are loving laid back and obedient and make our family complete. thankyou to all volunteers and keep up your wonderful work.
brillant website love greyhounds brilant pets
The new website is great. I check in everyday to see what's new and what GRWE are busy doing. I always visit the rehoming page to wish all the featured greyhounds lots of luck and it's wonderful to see the success stories.
What a lovely website.
They are all gorgeous greyhounds that you have that need rehoming. If I didn't have two greyhounds myself I'd have one!
Lisa and Clive
We think your new website looks fab, lots of great pictures and we especially think the IN MEMORY is very special, keep up the hard work.
i love greyhounds they are really nice you have a cute range of greyhounds
Think the site is great, much easier to use and I have learnt more about GRWE from reading info on it! Great work, here's to the homing of more dogs!
great new site, so many lovely dogs!!
Finally found time to explore new website. Brilliant! Well done to all concerned. Must have been hard work - but really worthwhile. Jan.
Found this really interesting with lots more to read that I hadn't seen before and lovely pictures. Hope you get more home offers :) Just one small thing - I miss the little paw prints to take you back to the top of the page.
Fantastic new site - especially love the factsheets
Wonderful new site - gorgeous piccies!
Congratulations on the new website. It looks terrific - much fresher, more professional & easier to read & navigate. Well done to all involved.
Wonderful, this is a great fresh look, love it, lots of great pics look forward to see how it goes - well done
Brilliant new site, looks fantastic, well done!
great new site - well done x
Love the new look website - easy to navigate and lots of interesting info. Keep up the good work!
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