Hello peeps! Ted here, I was born on 1 January 2018 and I'm yet another young Irish greyhound that Eila Moloney has saved in Limerick and sent over here to Bristol DAWG to seek my forever home.
I'm quite a big boy, but I was not in a very good state when I was rescued. I've come on in leaps and bounds here at the kennels; I've put on weight and, although my fur is still a little patchy, it is now very glossy. Hilly says I'm going to be a real head turner!
You might be able to see from my photograph, that I have a bit of an overbite. Hilly says it makes me look goofy, but I don't mind, I can tell by the soppy look on her face when she says it that she doesn't mean it unkindly.
Like most greyhounds, I love human company and interaction and I walk well on my lead. I also love the company of other greyhounds, but I am getting used to different breeds here in the kennels.
Although life in kennels is all I have known up til now, I am really looking forward to living in a house with my forever family. If you think that could be you, why don't you get in touch to arrange an appointment to meet me - I can hardly wait!
Love and woofs from
As we have limited history on most of our dogs, we usually only rehome with children eight years and over.
Dogs are only ever released to homes which have direct access to securely fenced gardens.