My name is Bob and sadly I have been returned to Bristol DAWG through no fault of my own. I lived with my family for almost twelve months, when they decided “they had other commitments” and could no longer look after me!!!!!
I could be very sad, but I have returned to my foster mum and dad, Jess and Andy and their current foster dog Woody, so life isn’t too bad here in Clevedon, lots of lovely walks and nice people to care for me.
I am one very handsome young man, Gerry said “I am a dog to die for”, as I am just sooooooooooo scrummy, whatever that means I have no idea but she seems to be excited about it!!
I was born in 2013 and I'm extremely friendly and a bit of a cheeky lad to boot.
I am small dog friendly, housetrained, fully vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and up to date with my flea and worm treatment so I am good to go.
I originally came from Ireland and I was a very lucky boy as Eila only just got me in time. My trainer wanted me “gone” that day or was going to put me, and my friend Joey, to sleep the next day!! Eila didn’t have anywhere for us to go as she was full, but she put us in boarding kennels until she had space – phew, that was a close shave!!
Sadly my legs just wouldn’t run fast enough to make my owner money, therefore I quickly became “surplus to requirements” – so sad.
I am a fun loving, happy go lucky lad, I walk well on my lead. Although I have not really encountered children, the trustees think that, as I am a gentle boy, I could live with children over eight years old, but they would have to be respectful of me.
Greyhounds are unfortunately never bred to be anyone’s pet, but we make absolutely fantastic companions, just give me the chance and I will show you.
If you are looking for a very loving boy please call one of the trustees to make an appointment to come and meet me – they are waiting for your phone call.
Unfortunately I cannot live with cats.