Mad not bad is how his dad describes him. Sadly his mom is poorly and they can no longer care for this huge, daft lad. He originally came to us as a puppy. (Wendy you called him Ollie). So here is is looking for a home again. He will need training as he jumps up, a lot. He has good points too. He has lived very happily these last two years with little dogs and a cat….Form an orderly queue….
Handsome black male in good condition with lovely clean teeth.
On a recent socialising trip out Francis was well behaved. He settled down immediately in the car and remained lay down for the short journey to and from the nature reserve.
Initially he was happy to be out and soon settled on his lead.
On our trip we saw a west Ireland white and a Yorkshire terrier, both of these dogs were well behaved and on their leads. Francis, like many greyhounds hasn’t seen other breeds before, but he did not lunge or react to them in fact he was actually easily distracted. Francis will need ongoing gentle introduction to other breeds and in the meantime we will continue to work with him. Missie (L) Francis (R)
What a star, this dog is beautiful. Petite, steady and very calm, good on the lead. She is in good condition and has beautiful teeth.
Due to her old racing injuries, Missie will not need much exercise. She is such an unassuming dog who deserves her forever sofa, she will make someone a lovely pet, a proper little sweetie. We have seen small dogs whilst out with her and she did not show any interest to them though they were well behaved little dogs on their leads. As with many of the greyhounds ongoing gentle socialisation is required.
Lily recently joined us for a trip out from the kennels to help with her socialisation and on returning she was very reluctant to go back in her kennel, another little black cutie who craves to be in her forever home.
She has very good teeth and is petite. Needs to get used to lead walking. Whilst Lily was out we saw a small puppy that was on a lead which she was fine with as it passed us by.
Another beautiful natured dog here at Tia.
Boomer is a handsome brindle boy in very good condition. He settled well in the car when we recently took him out. He will need ongoing gentle introductions to other breeds of dogs, whilst on his socialising trip we encountered a small dog off the lead which he did look at but wasn’t vocal towards or excitable around.
Boomer is a lovely calm boy waiting patiently for his forever home.
The Trustee’s of the Charity have decided that we can no longer ignore the verbal abuse and harassment that volunteers, myself and the Charity have been receiving. So we have decided to report the matter to the Police.
If anyone has any private messages or emails, or any communications from the below people. Can they all be forwarded to the Charity email address.
Lorraine Yates, Philip Grimshaw, Louise Hilling, Sue Lewis and Jan Rotherham.
A greyhound girl and 4 whippets have fallen on hard times. The whippets are 2 boys and 2 girls, all around 5yrs old.
They have all lived together.
Please get in touch with me as 2 will be coming here, or Jackie at Rain Rescue who has them all at the minute.
We have six Tia fundraising and awareness opportunities in May covering the North, West, and South of Yorkshire. Please could supporters check the Events page on the Tia website, and if able to help, contact the person listed as organiser. More events are being added all the time, and we always need help.
Last night these two dogs were kicked out of a small white van on a council estate in Balby, Doncaster. It took a “trainer friend” of mine and his wife an hour to catch them. The greyhound girl is in fantastic condition. The lurcher boy, Tyson, is just 4yrs old and is absolutely riddled with cancer. I hope i am wrong, but deep down i know i am not. I’ve seen it too many times. I don’t mind them being dumped, at least they generally get picked up and have a happy ending. Sadly Tyson is not going to have that luxury. Foster home needed please…a very , very short term one where he can be spoiled rotten and not have his last few weeks in a kennel… Fed up…..Deb