Greyhound Trust Canterbury

The Sittingbourne  branch was set up in 2006 to find homes for the greyhounds that have retired from racing at the Central Park Stadium in Sittingbourne, Kent. The organisation has expanded and has now been renamed the Greyhound Trust Canterbury
The Greyhound Trust  is a national charity, founded in 1975 and we are dedicated to finding loving homes for greyhounds when their racing days are over.
All our members are dedicated volunteers who give their time to help find homes for these beautiful dogs.
Click here to help support The Greyhound Trust Canterbury by walking dogs from the kennels

The Greyhound Trust Registered Charity Numbers 269668 & SC044047
 
VAT Number: 232171740
 
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       JEFF  Special Appeal
Born Feb 2015 / Arrived June 201
Jeff is a strong young man who is one of our long stayers He is a lively lad but improve as he goes out with kennel staff and volunteers and he has settled down to walking nicely.
If you like the sound of this young man, just 4½, why not giveBrian a call on 01227 722 847..


JEFF SPECIAL APPEAL

Born Feb 2015 / Arrived June 2018
Jeff is a strong young man who is one of our long stayers He is a lively lad but improve as he goes out with kennel staff and volunteers and he has settled down to walking nicely.
If you like the sound of this young man, just 4½, why not giveBrian a call on 01227 722 847.


GREYHOUNDS AS PETS
Greyhounds make great pets for all kinds of individuals and families. They are low-maintenance, gentle and laid-back dogs that don't need lots of exercise - the majority are perfectly happy with two twenty minute walks a day, and will gladly spend the rest of their time dozing quietly next to you (often on their backs, with all four legs in the air!)
The majority of greyhounds retire from racing between three and five years of age, so they are still relatively young dogs with a long life ahead of them. At any one time, we have a selection of greyhounds of various ages, all with different temperaments and all seeking a loving home.
See raffle details on Future Events Page tickets £2.00