Tragically Bethanie and Andy had to say goodbye to Pedro and watch him take the walk over the rainbow bridge. Pedro was only 5 years old and was diagnosed with a brain tumour. They made the heartbreaking decision to let Pedro make his final journey. We are all heartbroken. Sadly some incredibly difficult decisions have to be made.
Sadly Mitzi took her final journey over the rainbow bridge recently. Mitzi had suffered a stroke and was not recovering, so Angela and Gary had to make the heartbreaking decision to let Mitzi go. We are all heartbroken, Mitzi you will be forever in our hearts and always remembered.
Sadly we had to send Emma on her final journey over the rainbow bridge. Emma was in long term foster care with Gillian and David who spoiled her rotten during the final years of her life. Emma had long term medical problems that Gillian and David supported her through. Emma was a much loved member of their family and loved her furry brother Ben. Emma had become ill and had been to the vets, but became so weak and was unable to walk and have any quality of life. Safe journey beautiful girl, we will miss you but you will be free from pain and our other hounds are waiting to meet you on your journey. Thank you to Gillian and David for loving Emma and giving her the perfect home.
GRACE girl Emma crossed over the rainbow bridge recently. Some of you might remember Emma, who first came to GRACE with Wilson (Albert) several years ago. She was adopted by Michelle who gave her the most amazing life! As you can imagine Michelle is absolutely devastated at losing her beautiful, cheeky and loving soulmate.
We have had more devastating news. Jessie who was adopted by Lisa and Geoff was sadly sent over the rainbow bridge. We have had so many lately it is so unfair that they are taken so soon. As you can imagine Lisa and Geoff are heartbroken as we all are.
Sadly Mark and Denise had to make the heartbreaking decision to help Wilson cross over the rainbow bridge. All of the family are devastated as we all are. You may remember Wilson came to us in a dreadful state - he had been given anabolic steroids and was in a bad way. Albert, one of our volunteers, named him Albert. He was adopted by Denise and Mark, who decided to call him Wilson instead. Sending love from all of us. Safe journey Wilson you will be forever in our hearts
We are devastated that Hope has crossed over the rainbow bridge. Hope bravely battled a cancerous tumour for 18 months (Hope was not in pain during this time and was constantly monitored by her vet). Devastatingly, Rachel and family had to say goodbye. Hope lived her life to the fullest for 8 years and was loved by everyone she met.
Beautiful boy Ozzie has sadly crossed over the rainbow bridge. Ozzie had developed osteosarcoma and was in a lot of pain. Ozzie was a much loved member of Ann and Pat's family and they are devastated as we all are. Lots of you will remember Ozzie for his big heart (one on his side too) and his love of TV.
Although not a greyhound, Bryn was very much a GRACE boy. He welcomed hundreds of hounds into his home and heart. He taught the hounds under Tracy and Gary's care, how to be a dog; not to be afraid and he told them off when they needed to be! Bryn was a one in a one in a million boy. He was loved by everyone at GRACE. He will always be remembered and will remain in all of our hearts forever.
Neo was a 7 yr old boy who was sadly put to sleep on the operating table due to testicular cancer and unable to weight bear on hind legs. We only had him for 7 days, but he totally loved those 7 days.
Jet was an absolutely stunning girl, who was adopted by our fabulous GRACE volunteer Gary several years ago. As well as enjoying a zoom about in the garden, Gary says that he loved Jet more than she loved him. She would also get in anyone's car!
Black beauty Curtis was adopted when he was 2 and had over 6 years in his forever home. He was such a gentle giant and went everywhere with his family who still miss him so much. His brother Tag is another GRACE dog who is now in a loving forever home. Curtis and Tag are pictured here with GRACE founder Tracy Cook. Although Curtis left a huge greyhound-shaped hole in his family's hearts when he passed away, they have recently adopted another GRACE boy, Moose, who is loved and totally adored too.
It was under extremely sad and difficult circumstances that we were asked to take Billy, a beautiful 12 year old lurcher, under our wing. We found him an amazing new home with the help of Jersey Rescue Dogs. As well as a stylish flight to Jersey, Billy saw out his days enjoying lovely beach walks and lots of love and cuddles.
Gypsy, a beautiful lurcher girl, was an oldie when Alison and Olivia gave her a wonderful forever home. She was totally adored by them both as you can tell from these beautiful photos.
Warren was a really special boy and a bit of a character. Everyone at GRACE loved him. Despite some earlier upheaval, he was shown true love in his wonderful forever home, where he saw out his days and liked to wallow in the pond!