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DOGS OF THE WEEK - JAYJAY and MAX

 MAX - Max is a gorgeous black boy of approximately 5 years of age and 29 inches to the shoulder. He is finding the very young child in his home too much and although the family love him dearly they have asked Kerry Greyhounds  to find him a suitable home where he will be much happier and more relaxed.  Max is in Suffolk.   Photo and full details at  http://galr.co.uk/doginfo.aspx?dog=4675

JAYJAY -Jayjay has been in the rescue kennels for a whole year and has seen all his fellow greyhounds go to new homes, but sadly no-one seems to want him and now he is the the only rescue dog in the kennels at Christmas. Jayjay is a handsome black greyhound who has a very gentle nature. He loves people and likes playing fetch with a ball. He is good with other greyhounds, but can be wary of small dogs, so will need careful introduction to them. Jayjay would love to find a home with an experienced greyhound owner who already has a female greyhound or lurcher, or he could be an only dog, as long as he is not left on his own for more than 4 hours a day. PLEASE make this year a better one for Jayjay, one in which he has a home and someone to love him. Jayjay is in the kennels in Dorset.  Photo at http://galr.co.uk/doginfo.aspx?dog=4237

 

 

 

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