Tuesday, September 25, 2012

ROCKY THE HISTORY HOUND - AN AMAZING GREYHOUND

 
Hot off the press, a new book for children about a wonderful greyhound, Rocky. The Cater Museum's Curator Christine  Brewster's much loved pet died recently and we all miss him terribly.  However, we still have Chris's lovely books to remind us what a marvellous companion he was.  Christine's slim books sold  for £2.50 each are helping to raise funds for Clark's Farm Greyhound Rescue, the place that does so much for these gentle, docile dogs. pe
 
pleClarks Farm Greyhound Rescue were broadcast on a SKY TV documentary called 'The Dogs'. A copy of this broadcast is now on Youtube, which if you click on the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=632F78JxL-U

will take you straight to it. If you are considering offering a greyhound a home this will be of great interest in finding out what its like when you first bring a greyhound into your family and also lots more information about Clarks Farm. 
Why not consider one as your next family dog?has e, loving and adapt to homentrary to common belief they are actually very lazy and only need two 20 minute walks each day. When re-homed responsibly they can live with other breeds of dogs and other pets such as cats.

Why not consider one as your next family dog?
e less than two years old; the majority are aged around three and four. Many people do not realise that greyhounds make excellent family pets. They are gentle, loving and adapt to home life easily. Contrary to common belief they are actually very lazy and only need two 20 minute walks each day. When re-homed responsibly they can live with other breeds of dogs and other pets such as cats.
 

 

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