Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue

Kennel life is hard for a dog who has always lived in a home environment so we always try our very best to get such dogs into a foster home - if anyone can help, please contact one of the trustees.

Hi everyone

My name is Archie, I am two and a half years old and I am a handsome young lurcher. I am an enthusiastic, exuberant young lad who so wants to please, but I would benefit from someone who is going to spend time training me and taking me for nice walks, as the trustees feel I have had little socialisation with the big wide world, through no fault of my own. I am so looking forward to learning more about life.

I love to play with my ball and I know basic commands like “sit” and “paw”. I am housetrained and my previous family say I am very good with children, although the trustees would prefer to rehome me with older children, as I can be a little clumsy!!

I am extremely sad as I thought I had found my forever home, but through no fault of my own, I find myself in rescue. When I was a cute puppy I was chosen by a family and I have lived with them for just over two years – my world has fallen apart and I am heart broken. What did I do wrong?

The trustees tell me I have a lot going for me, but it doesn’t take away the pain of losing my home.

If you feel you could offer a very handsome boy a forever loving home, I could be just what you are looking for.

Please come and meet me, as it is always harder when you have experienced home life to move to a kennel environment and I am finding it difficult to adjust.

I watch people come and go at the kennels, I am looking for my family but deep down I know they are not coming for me.

One very, very, very sad Archie, who is so missing a family to love and care for him.

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