The Humber Branch is a Branch of The Greyhound Trust, registered Charity No's 269668 & SC044047, and the Branch Co-ordinator Volunteer is Clare Yapp.
The greyhounds are fostered on a private arrangement in a secure location in Brough, East Yorkshire on behalf of the Trust whilst their forever homes are sought.
Prospective homers, in line with The Trusts' procedures, have a simple home-check first to establish suitability for a greyhound's environment and then, via appointment, are invited to view the greyhounds at the Branch. Each greyhound is neutered/spayed, has a basic dental treatment, is fully innoculated, wormed & flea treated prior to homing. A new collar, lead and muzzle is provided along with 4 weeks free PetPlan Insurance. Microchip registration details are also recorded for the new homer.
Coats, house collars and food are available via seperate negotiation with the branch.
The Trusts' Policy for the Donation received for homing a Greyhound is non-refundable.