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Toots and Flute are sisters and have always lived together, it would be nice if they could be re-homed together. Toots is marked with the bigger white patch on her chest. Both are house trained and affectionate, particularly Flute. Toots is a little bit shy at the moment but both have adjusted to their new surroundings. They are both good on the lead and love their walks, always eager to go on them. They are not cat friendly, they accept other dog breeds and are slowly losing interest in small...Read More
Hello, I am JACK. I have just arrived in Norfolk and I am settling in well. I am a bit nervous at the moment in my new surroundings but I’m getting braver and bolder everyday. I love my long walks in the country with the other dogs I live with, I am very good on the lead and with other dogs. I have been here one week now and I’m still adapting to my new life in a home, I am clean in the house and can sleep right through the night. I get quite excited when everybody gets up in the morning and bark a little bit to show them I am happy to greet them again. I am still a little wary of new people but slowly I am getting better, traffic does not bother me and I can stand and look at cats and not get excited. I will tell you more...Read More
Greyhounds make wonderful affectionate pets once they have acclimatized to their new life and made the transition to retired racer. They are quiet and docile, enjoying the company of people and other animals in the majority of cases.
Swanton Abbott Greyhound Adoption is a small rescue set up to assist in the rehoming and adoption of unwanted and rescued Irish Greyhounds. Based in the village of Swanton Abbott, North Norfolk, the aim is to rehome locally to ensure on-going support and advice where necessary to greyhounds that have been adopted.