Greyhound Trust News

Welcome to the renamed website of Greyhound Trust Humber Branch!  The Trust has undergone a rebranding and we have secured a new website address of

www.humberbranch.org.uk

Other details remain the same and you can still contact us directly on :-

Telephone Clare 07722179342

Email humber@greyhoundtrust.org.uk 

or visit the Greyhound Trust Humber Webpage  via www.greyhoundtrust.org.uk click on Regional Branches, and in the postcode box enter Brough, and then select Humber 

 

We at Humber thank you for your support and your visits to our website, and look forward to you returning to our website soon!

Greyhounds for Homing

For up-to-date details of our available greyhounds for homing, please call us

Events

HUMBER BRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 

Date: Sunday 4th February 2018 December -  New Year Meet, Greet & Walkies/Talkies!

@ Humber Bridge Information Centre Car Park

The fundraising stall will attend @ 9am-1pm with greyhound walkies around 10-45am.

 

Further Events will be added when confirmed.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information on How To Home a Greyhound, please view the Who We Are page,  Contact us either by telephone or email as shown at the top of this page, or visit the main website at www.greyhoundtrust.org.uk

Registered Charity No's 269668 & SC044047

 

Archive News

We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a donation to obtain a greyhound hydrotherapy spa bath which once installed will assist the care and rehabilitation of hounds after necessary vetinary treatment.

We also hope to offer this facility to those hounds who are already homed and could also benefit from this specialist treatment.

Delivery of the specially manufactured unit is imminent and details will be available once installed and operational at the branch.

 

 

Flash

It is with a heavy heart we have to announce that our Special Appeal for Flash has ended.

 

Flash passed away gently in his sleep on Sunday 14th August 2016, some 10hours before his appointment at the specialist centre to determine his illness.  After his first collapse in January, he coped with high blood pressure, walking irregularities and numerous tests to determine the root cause, but to no avail.

Humber RGT would like to express greatly their appreciation to all who donated in one form or another their efforts to help this brave boy, including Head Office who stood by him, Gables Vets who treated him, and special thanks to Clare, who cared for him 24/7 at our branch's home.  

 

He will be missed by all.

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