Hi my name is Glory and - far be it from me to brag - but Hilly says I'm the prettiest girlie greyhound she's seen in a long time!
I'm another Irish greyhound who has been saved from a fate I don't even want to think about by the wonderful Eila Moloney.
You can see from the photo that I have lovely brindled fur, with the most beautiful eyes. I am not being conceited, this is what all the volunteers say and I thought it was only fair to pass it on to you.
I was born on 1 October 2013 and I am well behaved and walk nicely on my lead. I am also very confiding and enjoy fuss and cuddles.
I raced thirty six times in Ireland and then had two litters of puppies, but there have been a lot of changes in my life recently, I have travelled across the sea in a big boat, followed by a long journey in a wagon, arriving at some strange kennels, then a kind lady took me into her home to foster me so that I could learn all about home life and this is what she has to say about me:
"Wonderful foster dog Glory. This beautiful girl has been with us for such a short time but has already made herself at home. She's great in the house, asks to go out, settles well when left during the day and at night. She's doing well learning all about the big wide world and dogs that are a different shape and size to her. This gorgeous girlie is looking for her forever sofa and just loves cuddles."
I have made lots of friends since I arrived here, both two legged and four and the humans are very kind to me and feed me well, but what I really want now is my own forever home that I'm always being told about. Do you think you could offer me that? If you do, please get in touch with the humans, I just know you won't regret it.
Love and licks
As we have only 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.