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Devon is a darling!

We had a lovely email from Devon’s new owner … looks like she’s well and truly found her perfect home!    Devon is my first ever dog and has settled into her new home with comfort and ease.  She was toilet trained within 4 hours and is very well behaved.  Devon brings a smile to read more »


The raffle draw, which was to take place at the cancelled Bishop Burton Christmas Fair, will now be done on 6th December 2020 in Leconfield by an independent party, winners will be notified by Sue.

A home with a ‘Cherry’ on top!

Cherry has certainly settled in well to her home as can be seen from these photos. Another Sunday – another squirrel!!!! Cherry enjoying her Sunday morning stroll round the park with her owners Amanda and Paul. Can get a bit tiring tho?!!! 

Fraser has got his paws well and truly under the table!

We had a lovely email from Sue and Richard who rehomed Lukey whom they’ve renamed Fraser … looks like he’s having a great time and being spoilt rotten! space Our fabulous gentle giant Fraser has now been with us a few weeks and right from day one, settled in amazingly well.  No problems at all read more »

Our Frank

Frank chose us as his forever family in July 2018 literally bowling Jack over with a double shoulder hug.  He was known as Tank then, but to us he is simply, Our Frank. We found that there was a whole world he hadn’t experienced before and Frank learnt that 5.00 am was not a good read more »

Departed Doggies

We were sad to hear of the passing of some of our previously rehomed dogs, our thoughts go out to their owners/families: Mary – a lovely little girl much loved by Pat & Ian and will be sorely missed. Magic – the much loved pet of Nancy she had a wonderful life and and will be read more »

Rehomed Greyhound’s Owners … send us your stories

Its always good to keep in touch with rehomed greyhound owners and hear how their new charges are getting on, so if you have any pictures and stories/updates about your companion you can send them to Mel at the following email address and she’ll do her best to include them on the HGHR website for read more »