Racing greyhounds can retire from the sport at any age and for a variety of reasons, but when they do, the one thing they have in common is looking for their forever sofa in their forever home. Here at Monmore Green, we look after our greyhounds very well during their sporting career and in their retirement.
We partner with Greyhound Trust Wolverhampton who provide a home to our retired racers to ensure they are happy and healthy.
If you would like to home one of our lovely greyhounds, help by donating to this great cause or want to know more about greyhounds then visit Greyhound Trust Wolverhampton HERE
Born: April 2017
Kane is a smallish boy who had lived in a home for three years before being returned to us. He is house trained and has been on walks in the park where he behaved perfectly. Kane would be the perfect addition to any home but would prefer a home with no small children. This boy needs a family to call his own again.
Date of birth: September 2018
Handsome Roger is a very bouncy boy and likes to leap about a lot so needs a strong handler. He’s been to the park a couple of times and he’s initially been rather over excited about dogs running off the lead. However, he’s been calmer around on lead dogs when he’s been closer to them so we think he just needs lots more socialisation practice to help him understand other breeds and he’ll likely settle down in time. Roger is very friendly and affectionate and has enjoyed playing with toys in the paddock. He’s probably best suited to an adult only home or one with older children as he’s probably a little too exuberant for smaller children.
Born: September 2019
Taylor is fairly small for a boy but he has a big personality! He is super friendly with a tail that never stops wagging, especially when its time for his walk. He can pull a little bit on his lead at first but soon relaxes to show you what a smashing lad he is.
Born: March 2019
Colour: White and Brindle
How handsome is Hawk with his white and brindle coat? This gorgeous hound is affectionate and friendly, greeting everyone he meets with a wagging tail! Hawk is clean in his kennel and has settled into his new routine with us very quickly. Hawk has spent some time in a house, but was returned due to the physical condition of his owner. He describes Hawk as "very gentle, wonderful around children and other adults.''