Abbey (Bolton Abbey) is another beautiful blue fawn that has recently arrived at Greyhound Trust Skegness. She is 3-years-old (June '16) and has eaten well, she's very friendly, and walked wonderfully on her lead.
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Bestie (Hollygate Best) is a gentle giant. He's a calm boy that takes everything in his stride but at 5-years-old, still has an obsession with cats. Other than that, he get's on well with children and would be a welcome addition to any home.
Hawk (Haggswood Hawk) has recently arrived at Greyhound Trust Skegness. He's retired from racing at four-years-old and it's already clear to see how much of a gentleman he is. Hawk is clean in his kennel, loves a cuddle, and walks lovely on his lead.
Bo (Mr Bowtie) is just a young boy, full of beans and a pleasure to look after. He is lovely and clean in his kennel and a joy to walk on the lead. Bo almost ‘skips’ along as he walks with his beautiful 4 white socks. He loves his cuddles and wants nothing more than to please you. He’s a pleasure to look after.
Perl (Blackies Perl) only turned four this past June, but looks older with her grey face. She is a real character in the kennel and lies down on the lawn when it’s time to go to bed and has to be lifted. She enjoys her walks but loves to watch out for rabbits and can be reactive to other breeds of dogs.
David (Salacres David) is the latest arrival at Greyhound Trust Skegness. He's a very happy and loving boy and walks lovely on the lead. He's getting on well with his kennel companion, the beautiful Bella, proving to be a perfect gentleman.
David was named after his late owner David Moorcroft who sadly never got to see him turn in to the superstar he is. We hope whoever adopts David, retains the name.