Just some of the hounds we have homed in 2010 and earlier
Misty is happily rehomed.
Sherlock (unregistered, tattooed greyhound) is enjoying life as a family pet. A very special boy indeed!
Jake. In collaboration with DAWG Cork Erin Hounds were able to find a loving home for one of their lurchers. Enjoy your new home Jake.
Ami (Amadeus), now Red, has teamed up with Bree now and settling well.
Scarlett, now Bella is settling in her new home in Cheshire.
Mono is in his new role as Greyhound Ambassador and getting the love and TLC he deserves.
Lola (Parkside Hawk) is now home and has mastered stairs and sofa in the first afternoon! Lucky girl never got to see a race track. Be happy Lola!
Fletcher, (unregistered, tattooed greyhound) has joined a lovely couple now and his education continues – as you can see it is tiring!
Joey (Behave Joe) is now enjoying home comforts, lucky boy.
Danny (Goodview Rock) has started a new life with his family now. Be happy, gentle boy!
Hero is now settling well in his forever home.
Opal (Lishenry Flash) and her new best friend, Bunty settling in together.
Holly, Sadly when Holly was spayed, it was evident that mammary tumors were present, test proved these to be malignant. Holly has cancer, this could have been avoided had she been spayed in her youth. Holly has had an amazing and much deserved stroke of luck and found a home with the wonderful Hilton family who will see her through her illness and care for her with love and dignity. One of the happiest, kindest dogs we have ever met. Thank you Jackie and family for welcoming this girl into your gang.
Bella the star has now found a home deserving this wonderful lady. All at Erin wish both Bella and her new family all the fun she deserves.
Georgie Baby. A lovely young Saluki X boy. Settling into his home now. Good luck Georgie.
Billy aka Chasing Gold decided he didn’t want to chase anything anymore, so now living with cats, hens, oh and children. Thereby disproving most myths about Greyhounds!
Cassie, (Lady Nama) is a much loved family dog now.
DJ, (Derreen Des) is settling into life as his owners’ first sighthound – you can see he is taking to the role as only a Greyhound can!
Jack, (Killinick Honcho) has landed a loving new home in South Cheshire and will no doubt continue his role as a great ambassador for the breed.
Valencia/Lexi, has found her way to Bonny Scotland and will be enjoying the countryside.
Rowan, is homed and happy and enjoying comfort for the first time in her life.
Roxy (Fawn is Foxy) has made her way to a special family home in Wiltshire, and is settling in well.
Tina, (Bang the Counter) is pleased to announce that she is now a family pet which is a vast improvement on the life she was bred for.
Flite, (Go Harvey Go) gentle soul is home now in South Cheshire.
Bree, (Miss Breetley) has become a family girl and is living just around the corner from Olive. Greatly missed by her fosterers though!
Jez has landed on all four paws and found just the perfect home for him, not far from his fosterers and now living with five cats and his new collie best friend.
Sandy, (Coolready Brown) has finally got his sofa! A huge thanks to his foster Mum of the last few months for keeping him out of kennels while he was waiting.
Derry (Aranhill Roisin) hasn’t left Ireland, in fact she hasn’t left her foster home, Victoria has another entry in the “Failed Fosterers club” so Derry is staying in Galway.
Baby Oisin, now living with another rough-coated friend and new owners in Cheshire.
Fergal, is now enjoying the happy family life he should have, such a happy boy.
Grace, sister to Fletcher, wowed our wonderful volunteers Audrey and Brian and joined their happy gang, having missed the needle from Dundalk pound.
Sorrel, we didn’t even get chance to show off this beautiful girl before she was whisked off to her new home!
Ziggy (Rogue Junior) has left his foster home for pastures new to a very committed new family where we are sure he will be treasured as he deserves.
Oscar, one of the lucky ones to find a loving, experienced home in Ireland.
Trevi, aka Killieacle Trevor, learning to love life as a house dog in the Cheshire countryside.
Jazz, home, at last, as this kind soul deserves. Be happy Jazzy girl.
Mattie, aka Coolready Road, is now living the life he deserves, with two servants and a diet of Roast Organic Chicken. Not before time!
Rory has been unbelievably lucky to find the most perfect home for him, with his new lady being devoted to and totally accepting of Rory’s fears from his horrible past. She will continue the work started by his fosterers to build his confidence and security.
Willow is settling into family life in Cheshire, along way from the streets of a Galway suburb and being in the dog wardens catchpole. Good luck sweetie.
Tia (aka Tea Cake) has become a beach babe near Southport, a great new life for one of the kindest souls.
The Chief (Shragh Chief) has found the place he deserves near Chester.
Gillie (aka Carty) now settled and loving the East Yorkshire coast with a couple of big hairy friends.
Dante now enjoying the life he deserves with feline and human friends in Runcorn, sure beats roaming the suburbs of Dublin.
Shadow aka Copeland Toure, now getting in lots of practice on a golf course in Cheshire.
Roisin (Balerno Beauty) Pretty girl Roisin, no more puppies and lots of home comforts for one of the sweetest girls.
Cain now far removed from living in the back yard of an Irish seaside town, to being able to run on the beach in North Wales – has also taken up gardening! Good luck, Cain.
Vegas aka Vegas Showgirl, settled in Cheshire and using her maternal capabilities to look after the rabbits and pet squirrel in her new home.
Joe, now Bert, aka Rathkip Lark, living the high life with housemate Wilf in the metropolis of Liverpool.
Lemon now enjoying the Norfolk Broads with Dylan.
Whizzy now happily residing in the Home Counties.
Cole, aka Glenbrack Billy, now living a family life in Cheshire.
Amy, our lovely lurcher pup was rehomed in Oct 2008. She was rescued in Ballina, Co Mayo by NWSPCA. She was about 2-3 months old and had a broken leg as well as the usual signs of neglect. The leg was plated and pinned and she spent the next 3 months at the vets, until she went to her foster home with Sue. She adapted to a loving environment and started to flourish, although there was a bit of a scare early on when the extent of her worm burden became apparent – the details of which we shall spare you. Amy in now living with her new four-legged buddies and her new Mum and Dad near Sandbach. Good Luck Amy.