We care for Greyhounds, Cats and even Horses!

                                        *(Please note - we currently do not re-home any greyhounds with cats)*

 

We are a charity now based in Boston, Lincolnshire and have spent over 35 years caring for and helping re-home this kind, gentle, affectionate and appreciative breed. We re-home all over the country. Please note that we used to be based in Selby, Yorkshire but we moved to Boston 10 years ago. We still do a lot of re-homing in Yorkshire as we are well known and respected there and throughout the rescue world.

Karen will always find the right dog for the right home and we pride ourselves in getting things right for both the greyhound and the owner. The welfare of the dogs is the most important thing to Karen, after all, that is why she went into rescue and she still works the same way she did 35 years ago, showing each and every greyhound that passes through her care the love and respect they deserve. Karen never forgets any of her dogs names and each time a call comes through of a loss from old age, it takes a piece of her heart too…. even after 35 years she is still as passionate and I have never met anyone who understands greyhounds like Karen. If you would like to adopt a greyhound, then you will be in good hands here. We like to stay in touch and be on hand with any help and advice we can give.

We have dogs for re-homing now, so please give us a call on 07811 296029 to have a chat. Bob & Pixie are desperate to find their forever home - please have at look on dogs for adoption.

 

 
 

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We've been helping the right dogs find the right owners for over quarter of a century (we feel so old!)

If you would like to have one of these gentle souls in your life, please do get in touch.

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Not all of our dogs are able to be rehomed due to anxiety or other issues caused by by ill treatment.

If you cannot give a dog a home at this time, but want to help you can sdo so by sponsoring one of our long term residents.

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