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Flybe (Farrany Flyer) now Wicket, kept her eye on the ball and it paid off. She has a lovely new home with a male black greyhound for company and the best vantage point from which to survey her new environment.
Hawaii ( now Jessie) is having a lovely sleep having been out squirrel watching. Thank you to her new home for letting her gradually unpack her bags and grow in confidence at her own pace. Jessie will certainly reward them with lots of love.
Luna is getting 40 winks in as most of the time these days she is busy exploring her new home’s grounds and playing with her new doggy pals.
Eva (Fairyhill Eva) is now happily living with a small white fluffy dog and meets Issy, another Erin hound on her countryside walks.
Cleo (was Caspi – Casper’s Lady) now reclines in style in her fantastic new home. This mature pink lady certainly knows a few tricks and hopes to become a foster sister, teaching other hounds to bag their own sofa like greased lightning.
Chambers had many days of feeling rough on his way to becoming a pet but thanks to the care and dedication of his rescuers, Erin Hounds, vets and fosterers, he is now delighted to be Zachary’s new best friend.
Looking at Milan now, you would never know the poor state he was in when he was rescued. Forget Paris and New York cat walks, he is perfectly happy spotting cats and turning heads on his Cheshire walks!
Rick, now Lenny (unregistered greyhound) is settling into family life and enjoying being the centre of attention.
Meg (Carn Meg, sister of black greyhound, Jet, also homed by Erin Hounds) now Hetty, lets actions speak louder than words, in her new home!
Boo (Soft Booth) is so lovely that his family are besotted and he is enjoying lots of fresh air, adoration and uninterrupted sleep…. just as it should be for all dogs.
Kingston (now Cormac) has a bit to learn in his transition to life as a pet but has mastered lesson one and sniffed out the best bed in the house and is now a chaise “longdog”.
Jubbly (Farrany Fawn) now Mabel, has quickly settled into her new life and is enjoying a rest after a trip to the pub.
Abbeyville Holly is now living with a cat and hogging her new owner’s bed as you can see! Thank you so much to her wonderful fosterer for getting her used to the world so she slotted easily into her new home.
Ray says “Big dogs rule ok!”. His height is proving very useful because not only is he nearer the treats than his new housemates Ethel, the bossy chihuahua and Rosie, the whippet but his stature attracted his adoptive owner as it helps her walk out independently with confidence as he doesn’t get under her feet.
Gilroy finds himself a comfy sofa, a new brother and a forever home as his fosterers have fallen for this lovely boy and he joins fellow Erin hound Kobi. Be happy Gilroy, you deserve it!
Tiarna, now Mimi, snuggles up to her new friend Max, safe in the knowledge that she will never be left out in the cold again.
Penny (Highview Penny) now Pepper, has joined a gang of greyhounds who are showing her the ropes and teaching her that life can be fun!