Bristol DAWG

Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue

January

1 January 2021

Wishing you all and your hounds a very happy new year.

1 January 2021

We are now in a position to offer boarding to dogs that have been previous residents of Bristol DAWG. Spaces will be limited, as we only want to keep this on a small scale, but we are constantly asked for recommendations when people are looking to go on holiday or that odd weekend away.
To leave your dog with us we would need to see proof that your dog is fully vaccinated and has had the kennel cough vaccine – sadly we are not able to accept any dogs without up to date vaccinations. 

1 January 2021

Another recent adoption to tell you about. Fire Back has gone to her forever home in Bristol with Pip and Steve. This playful girl is mum to Fire Jet who was adopted yesterday! Thank you for giving this her a lovely warm and comfy sofa!  Here she is in her new home, new name yet to be announced!

3 January 2021

Great news Orio, now renamed Meadow, has recently found her forever home with Tom and Becky. Thank you both for giving this sweet girl the new start in life she so deserves.
Thank you to 
Eila Moloney 
for rescuing her in Ireland, everyone at Bristol DAWG is so grateful for the work you do.

4 January 2021

The lovely Best, now renamed Molly, is now happily settled in her new home with Zac and Lorraine. Such a sweet little girl who we know is going to be spoilt rotten.
Thank you both for making Molly's dream come true and giving her another chance in life.
Thanks also to Eila Moloney for sending Molly to us.

5 January 2021

Congreytulations to Marcus Watts, our £200 first prize winner and Lou JH who won second prize of £50

6 January 2021

Another happy hound in a new home for 2021. Bolt (now renamed Bodhi) has been on home trial with Steve and Ellen Readman, together with their lovely whippet, Spyder.
The boys are getting on really well and Steve and Ellen have decided to make it official so now Bodhi is living in Oldland Common. Thank you for giving him a lovely new home and thanks as always to Eila Moloney for rescuing this boy in Ireland.
I am sure we will see lots of new pictures on FB shortly from Ellen.

14 January 2021

Pets at Home and Support Adoption for Pets Lifelines and Santa Paws Appeal

What can we say but WOW! We are all absolutely bowled over by the amount raised for Lifelines and even more wowed by the amount from the Santa Paws Appeal - we could not believe it was a massive £3740.00

We would like to thank everyone who donated a tin of food whilst visiting stores - you really have made a huge difference to us.

During these difficult times', we are so grateful for the help of Support Adoption for Pets and Pets at Home - we are so lucky to have them on board.

23 January 2021

Greyt news, lovely Ridge (now renamed Reggie) has found his forever home in Frome with Jacqui Betts.
We think Reggie has had quite a hard life in the racing industry, so it is lovely to see him in a home environment.
Be happy lovely boy we know you will be thoroughly spoilt with Jacqui.
Thank you also to Eila Moloney for rescuing him in Ireland.

23 January 2021

Thank you to Megan and Kim Simpkins-Jenkins for organising another greyt Zoom Quiz - £255 in the pot - brilliant! Thanks also to everyone who took part and congreytulations to the winner.

24 January 2021

We feel extremely privileged to announce that Professor David Olusoga OBE has very kindly agreed to become a Patron of Bristol DAWG.
Back in the Summer of 2019 David adopted the lovely George, a very handsome blue greyhound, from us who is now a much loved member of the Olusoga family.
David is a British historian, writer, broadcaster, presenter and film-maker. He is Professor of Public History at the University of Manchester. He has presented historical documentaries on the BBC and contributed to The One Show and The Guardian.
David won a BAFTA TV Award for “Britian’s Forgotten Slave Owners”.
Many of you will have seen his documentaries on BBC2 “A House Through Time”. The first series aired in 2018, a second in 2019 and a third in 2020, with each examining the history of a single residential building in Bristol.
David was included in the 2019 and 2020 editions of the Powerlist, ranking of the 100 most influential Black Britons and in the 2021 edition he made the Top 10 most influential, ranking eighth.
Just this month David appeared on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs where he discussed his childhood experiences of racism and his love of Blues music.
As David and his family live in Bristol, it is hoped that, time and Covid permitting, he will be able to attend a few events going forward and you may get the opportunity to meet him.