We urgently need new foster homes, or permanent homes. This especially applies to Finn and Honey, who due to a change in circumstances can no longer stay with their current foster family.
Finn is a handsome 3 year old brindle boy, who is a very confident young man and settled really well into home life with his first foster family. Finn is better with female dogs and has been in foster with Honey. He isn’t cat friendly. He enjoys his walks, loves people and is great with children. He loves playing.
Honey is a confident and cheeky four year old fawn girl. She adapted really well to home life with her first foster family.
With the right owner and perhaps a male doggy companion (she prefers the boys), Honey would blossom into a loyal and affectionate pet. She is great with children and her cheekiness would make her a constant source of amusement.
Honey isn’t cat friendly.
As well as Finn and Honey, there are lots more dogs needing foster or forever homes too – find out who needs your help in the ‘looking for homes’ section of our website.
We’ve had some devastating news today. Gypsy, a beautiful little lurcher girl, who was adopted by Olivia and Alison, has sadly passed away.
Gypsy was an oldie when they gave her a home and she’s been so adored by them both as you can tell from these beautiful photos. To say that Alison and Olivia are heartbroken is an understatement.
Some of you might remember seeing Gypsy at our fundraising event and dog show in December, when she was delighted to meet Santa Paws.
Gypsy didn’t have a bad bone in her body and was so gentle and loving. She’s left a massive hole in their hearts.
Loved until the very end and beyond. This is what it truly means to love a dog.
Don’t forget to pop along to our G.R.A.C.E Christmas Fayre & Dog Show on Sunday 2nd December (10am – 4pm). It’s being held at: Smoggie Doggie Daycare, Sotherby Road, Middlesbrough TS3 8BS.
Admission is £1 per dog – well behaved humans are free!
As well as a tombola and Christmas stalls, there will be a raffle, dog gift stall, homemade soup, scones, cakes and other light refreshments. There will also be stalls from Dogs in Distress, Sheylagh’s doggy treats, handmade cards and crafts, Santa Paws (have your dog’s photo taken with Santa Paws), plus lots more.
Not only that but we are having a fun Dog Show, organised and judged by Mrs P Hogg.
Classes include : loveliest girl, handsome boy, junior handler, fancy dress, senior citizen, in the face of adversity, plus reserve and best in show. Rosettes to 4th place. Class entry £1 per dog per class, with lots of special prizes to be won.
Please wrap up warm (including dogs) as there will be no heating in the building. Also thank you to Smoggie Doggie Day Care for the use of their facilities.
Quite a few of our G.R.A.C.E dogs have found wonderful loving homes in Jersey, with the help of Gail Hickmott and Greyhound Rescue Jersey.
Last week Becky, who has fostered many of our dogs who have been rehomed to Jersey, had the opportunity to go there. As well as spending the week dog sitting, she met up with lots of her ex-fosters.
She had a fabulous time and loved spending time with all of the greys: Billy, Cole, Duke, Penny, Robyn, Sylvester and Mac.
We had a photo shoot with some of our hounds that have found their forever homes. They were modelling coats that we are selling to raise funds for G.R.A.C.E and don’t they all look stunning? The supermodels of the dog world!
We have sizes: 22” 28” 30” & 32” in green, black or red. [NB: These are limited edition coats, good quality and are small fitting so we advise you go up a size i.e. if you normally order a 26” order a 28”]. Priced at £15 each.
Please contact us via our Facebook page or text Tracy on 07840 771583 to place an order.
Joy survived hell. Let’s show her how good life can be. We rescued Joy from terrible circumstances. She came to the rescue with Hansel who was also starved, but thankfully he recovered too and is now adored in his new home. The vet wasn’t confident that Joy would make it…….
…..but with a lot of care and regular small meals she did and what a beauty she is!
Joy is in a foster home at the minute but she needs her forever home. She is better as an only dog but may be able to live with another in the right circumstances. Joy isn’t cat or small furry friendly. She’s only young so can get quite excitable at times, therefore she’d be better with older children. An active family would be great for Joy.