Sponsor a greyhound or kennel
Sponsorship is a great way to help Hall Green Greyhound Trust if you can’t adopt a dog yourself.
Sponsorship also makes a great gift for an animal lover in your life.
Sponsorship starts from as little as £3 per month per hound (£36 per year) or £6 per month to sponsor a kennel (£72 a year).
You can, of course, give more if you wish.
Our sponsor dogs all have some sort of additional needs. These can be medical, behavioural, or both. Sponsorship enables these dogs to live in loving homes while receiving the help that they need. The Trust assists with vet bills, advice from behaviourists, and other treatments. Sponsorship will also help other dogs in our care who need some extra help.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Tara was born on 25th March 2011. She wasn’t great on the track so she retired early at just 2 years of age. Tara lives with one of our volunteers and her canine brother Milo. Earlier this year Tara was diagnosed with a liver problem, which requires ongoing treatment, and also renal failure needing both medication and a special diet. Tara loves lots of fusses, and really enjoys playing with her brother and her cuddly toys.
Bear was born June 2014 and became a Hall Green Sponsor hound on1st October 2018. Bear suffers from 2 very rare conditions that affect his balance and his immune system. The Branch has already spent over £6500.00 on helping Bear, and with medication for life, it is hoped that he will now have a long and happy life in Foster Care whilst he recovers further. Bear is receiving hydrotherapy and massage which your sponsorship could assist with
Frazer will be 6 on the 12th December 2017 and is at many Hall Green events throughout the year where he will gladly lean on you for a fuss and a hug, he is one big soft love sponge of a Greyhound!
Frazer has a condition that has caused him to have a number of strokes but thanks to intensive rehabilitation and Physio treatment Frazer is currently enjoying his life (and hugs!).
Teddy was 7 in August 2017. Having a short racing career has not stopped his love of running, in fact he spends many a day with a cuddly toy in his mouth running around the garden, and if he can’t find a toy, his tail does quite nicely!
Teddy has a slight limp due to an injury so has monthly massage treatments as well as hydrotherapy to keep him fit and happy. He is also training as a ‘Pets as Therapy’ hound and already visits nursing homes, hospices and schools.
Greyhounds make great pets
Do greyhounds make good pets? Can they live with cats and small children? How much do they eat? Are they susceptible to specific diseases? Do they need lots of space? If you’ve got questions, we’ve probably got the answers. See our guides to everything grey!
Greyhounds as pets
Why do greyhounds make such great pets? Here’s our myth busting guide to greyhounds!
Care and training
See our useful guide on how best to care for and train your greyhound(s)
Here’s our guide to the most commonly asked questions about greyhounds as pets.
All our greyhounds come with four weeks FREE pet insurance for peace of mind