1 July 2017
Representatives of Bristol DAWG (two legged and four legged!) spent a greyt afternoon in Castle Park at Bristol Pride's, Dog Show. Some of our former residents also attended, which is always a thrill for us and we were joined by Sam, Su and Debbie from the Animal Health Centre, who were accompanied by Sam's daughter Lily and Debbie's children Harry and Brianna.
7 July 2017
We had a phone call today from Jo and Tony who adopted Bradley (now Theobald or Theo for short) a couple of days ago. Apparently he is amazing and they are totally in love. They cannot believe what a good boy he has been and how easily he has adapted to home life. He has been out and about meeting people and dogs and hasn't put a paw wrong.
Thank you both for giving this lovely boy another chance in life - we look forward to updates.
8 July 2017
10 July 2017
Absolutely brilliant news, Diane Sweet has joined the "failed fosterers" club!! Prince has found his forever sofa in Portishead with Diane and her family.
What a lucky boy he is. Thank you for giving this handsome boy another chance in life, he really is a special lad.
19 July 2017
Brilliant news our beautiful brindle boy Bob has found his forever home with Kate and her little terrier, Onion.
We must say a massive "thank you" to Jess and Andy for yet another foster - you guys are amazing and do such a good job, any dog which comes to you is very lucky.
19 July 2017
Gerry spent a lovely hour this evening with Tony, Charlie and Connor who have now adopted the lovely Jemma. This sweet girl has been waiting a long time for the right family, but she has now definitely landed on all four paws. She has two other lurchers to play with and all three dogs are getting on so well. So lovely to see.
Thank you to Evelyn Burt (and Billy Peanut) who very kindly fostered Jemma whilst she was waiting for her forever home.
Brilliant end to the day.
23 July 2019
What a fab afternoon at the Greyhound Picnic, as always. Pointy noses everywhere you looked; loads of former Bristol dawgs and lots of old friends to catch up with - what more could you want? Congreytulations to the organisers and thank goodness the rain held off until the very end.
We will be starting the auction for Dawgust very shortly
If anyone has any good quality, saleable items that could raise some pounds for the hounds please get in touch.
A group of Bristol DAWG volunteers and supporters will be climbing Snowdon on the morning of 29th July
They are raising funds for the Dawgust appeal which helps with costs associated with rescuing greyhounds in Ireland. Greyhounds in Ireland are never bred to be anyone's pet and if they don't run fast enough they are easily disposed of
They will be taking Luna who was rescued by DAWG as well as Percy, Dougie and Rupert
Please consider sponsoring them for embarking on this huge challenge - every £ goes a long way!