The BGOA Trust for retired racing greyhounds based in Twineham, West Sussex, England. The Rgt have been active in their kennels since March 2005 and can accommodate 32 dogs for homing, but realistically have about 29 dogs at any one time. Their site includes advice on greyhound care, adoption and how you can help retired greyhounds.
This information site lists local re-homing groups situated in the United Kingdom and includes greyhound rescue, fostering, action, adoption precedures and groups incorporating the National Canine Defence League (NCDL) charities.
Visit: Greyhound Rescue in the UK
Home of Wales' premier greyhound welfare website, Greyhound Rescue Wales started in 1993 and is the longest established greyhound charity in Wales and the only all Wales charity dedicated to rescuing and re-homing greyhounds and lurchers. They aim to achieve proper legislation to protect racing greyhounds in Wales and list forthcoming fundraising charity events.
Visit: Greyhound Rescue Wales
Brambleberry rehomes greyhounds across a wide geographical area (almost nationwide). This branch of the RGT exists within a working greyhound training kennel, with available dogs living alongside active racers. Brambleberry also takes retired dogs from other trainers working in the Peterborough area and currently have 51 dogs for adoption.
Visit: Brambleberry Greyhounds
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