Retired Greyhound Trust
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We would like to say a heartfelt thank you to all the people who have taken on a Greyhound in 2014 and also to everyone who has donated something to help these majestic animals to find their forever loving homes
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This branch was formed in 2007 with the main aim to re-home as many retired greyhounds as possible to loving permanent homes,. along with going to fundraising events and raising public awareness of these majestic animals.

Greyhounds make wonderful family pets and companions and our priority is to make sure they find a loving and caring home. We will advise you which dogs we feel will suit your circumstances.Please have a look at the profiles of our dogs and get in touch via the connect link on the contact us page.

"Alpha Feeds"  greyhound complete meal is fed to all our kenneled greyhounds and a majority of our owners greyhounds,  which can be obtained direct from this branch.  

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The Future Kris Greyhound of the Year 2014.Well done Kris for winning BRIDLINGTON GREYHOUND OF YEAR 2014 then going on to be BEST IN SHOW. So very proud of you and a great ambassador for retired greyhounds - a true "gentle giant" and not a bad bone in his body. See him at all of our fundraising events.

Tour De Yorkshire

On Friday 1st may 2015 the Bridlington Branch will be at the Barn Bistro, Coastal Road, Burniston, Scarborough, YO13 0HR we are asking anyone who has got time on their hands to come along and support us at this event you will be able to get food at the Bistro as well as drinks Tea/Coffee etc as well as something stronger for those of us who don't have to drive

Greyhound Tips
With the snow and ice expected the roads are likely to be gritted. If your pet walks on gritted roads or paths then please make sure their paws are washed by dipping their feet in fresh warm water once at home. Every year hundreds of pets throughout the country become seriously ill and in some cases die because of the rock salt and antifreeze being used during the cold snap. Dogs and cats walk through the substances left by gritters trying to clear roads and car drivers defrosting their windscreens which they then lick off their paws and ingest. Consuming rock salt can cause dehydration, liver failure and pancreatitis while antifreeze contains the chemical ethylene glycol which can cause kidney failure and death when consumed. Please be vigilant and treat your pets to a foot bath after being outside.

Greyhounds & Tea

Somebody once said that Greyhounds do not like tea well we have news for them they do here are some pictures taken of the Greyhound ZIG ZAG PEARL drinking tea from a pot, the only problem is that it has to be out of a CHINA MUG or she will not drink it, nor will she drink it out of her dish, so you see Greys are choosey to say the least.

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On Friday 12th December our Retired Greyhounds were invited to a coffee afternoon meet & Greet at Portland Mews as you can see from all the photo's a good time was had by all. Our greys were in their glory making themselves at home, and enjoyed being fussed over. A total of £98 was made and donated to our branch so a big thank you goes to the staff and people at Portland Mews for a great afternoon.

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For more pictures of the afternoon follow the link below

Portland Mews

This branch covers Bridlington and the surrounding villages If you are unsure if we cover your area please contact 01262 609343 or via the contact us page on this website

We're on Facebook as well

Tombola prizes
If there is anyone out their who has anything we could use as a prize on our now famous Tombola stall we would be very grateful if you could get in touch to let us know also, if you are out shopping and can put an extra tin of dog food or a treat for our kenneled Greyhounds into your shopping
trolley I am sure they will be very happy to receive them. You can contact us  by any of the means that appear on this page and we will collect them if you cannot get them to us.

Old town Festival

On Sunday 28th June 2015 the Old Town Summer Festival
Come and help us celebrate the Retired Greyhound Trust's 40th anniversary
Special Awards
Greyhound of the Year
Greyhound Parade
Lots of official merchandise for sale and of course not forgetting all of the other breeds where there will be our annual fun dog show to include:-
Fancy dress show which includes humans as well as dogs
Best Puppy
Best Veteran
Best Junior Handler
Lots of fun classes a great family day out and of course our greyhounds for re-homing will be enjoying the day with us as well. If you are thinking of Re-homing a greyhound this is the day not to be missed.

If you want to keep up to date with our already re-homed Grey's Click on the links below   

Anna's Story (The Princess)

History Of Greyhounds and B&D Branch 

Louie's Story

Friends from Canada

Matt's Story
Chloe's Story (so far)
Belle's Story
Dolly's (nee Polo) Story
Old Town Dog Show 2014 (Greyhound Parade)
Driffield Game & Country Show
Max's Page
Pats @ Home 2014
Tesco Stores 2014
Kennel Greys Xmas 2014
Founder Members 70th Birthday
Tara's Story
Percy's story

Forthcoming events:

28 March - Promenades Center
we will be having our usual Tombola stall inside the Promenades center and hopefully we will have some of our Grey's outside weather permitting
01 May - Tour De Yorkshire
Friday 1st May 2015 will find us at The Bistro Barn, Coastal Road, Burniston, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO15 0HR for a fundraising event
13 June - Promenades Center
We will be having our usual Tombola stall inside the Promenades center and hopefully we will have some of our Grey's outside weather permitting
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