Shropshire dog rescue, Greyhound Rescue Shropshire and Borders, are holding their ‘Breakfast Club and Hounds’ Happy Hour’ at the Moorlands Kennels, near Shrewsbury, this Sunday 18th August between 10.30am-2pm.
The rescue warmly invites you and your Hound/s along for a Breakfast play date. Your Hound can run, play and socialise in the safety of our fabulous paddock and you can enjoy a Sunday Morning Breakfast Bap and Cuppa from Luke at Boe’s snack van while you catch up on all the latest Doggy gossip with likeminded Houndy lovers!!
Non-Hound owners are welcome, please let the rescue know in advance incase they can organise specific groups in the Paddock. Please bring Muzzles but poo bags & water are provided.
The rescue asks for a donation of £2 per Dog which helps them Rescue & Rehome more Hounds.
After the Breakfast Club, you’re encouraged to join the rescue for Hounds’ Happy Hour until 2pm to meet the Greyhounds & Lurchers in their care looking for new homes, such as Patches.
Patches is a 6-year-old Greyhound who has been waiting for a new home for almost a year. He was among 15 other Greyhounds rescued off an allotment in poor conditions the North East – he is a loveable, gentle lad and an avid football fan – not only does he wear the shirt of the Toon being white and black – he loves to play football. Which leads us to wonder, will the start of the season be his time to find a new home?
Patches is a fantastic boy who will make someone a brilliant companion. He has had a tough start in life but despite that, he’s very laid back. Patches is good with other dogs and loves people and other dogs, he would be happy living with other dogs and children of any age. People can find out more about Patches by visiting his page on DogsBlog.com or by visiting the event this weekend at: The Moorlands Kennels, Station Road, Condover, Nr Shrewsbury, SY5 7BS.