Check out the latest news and updates from the R.G.O.A and Ashwell's Retired Greyhound Trust!
This beautiful girl is called Jenny (2016) and she is such a delight! Sadly, through no fault of her own, she has been returned after six months living in a home, so now she is searching for her forever home.
She’s a gorgeous, chocolate-brindle with a lovely temperament. She walks well on the lead, is good with other dogs and is house trained. She loves affection and cuddles, and has really enjoyed meeting new people both big & small on walkies. She has a cute, playful nature, but also loves to snooze beside you all day. She would make a great pet for anyone searching for a lovely companion!
We adopted this beautiful boy in July 2020 and he has been the light of our lives ever since. He’s goofy, clumsy and completely spatially unaware (which seems kind of funny for a sight hound), constantly bumping his head, knocking his nose or walking into things. He’s incredibly affectionate, and has such a loveable, adorable temperament. A real gentle giant. Percy has been so easy to train and he mastered the stairs in 3 days! Anyone who doesn’t think greyhounds make great pets is sorely mistaken, they’re incredibly affectionate. He’s been a joy, loves people and other dogs (whatever size), a real happy chappy! It’s safe to say this boy has completely stolen our hearts. Thank you Julie for all that you do to look after the many greyhounds, liked Percy, that come to your kennels. We have a feeling we’ll be back to get Percy a female companion.
Hello, an update on our Daisy (Love is Blind)
We've almost had her for a year now and she is the loveliest companion. She's really come out of her shell, loves her walks and has learnt how to sit for treats. She has the sweetest nature and we really can't imagine life without her now
Here at Romford Greyhound stadium we are collecting old duvets, towels, soft toys and blankets to donate to our retired greyhounds at Ashwells Greyhound Trust and the R.G.O.A. All donations are collected in a blue donations bin we have located by our first set of turnstiles. You are welcome to donate if you have anything to give and the box is available everyday of the week at all times, simply drop them off when passing or visiting our stadium. These much appreciated donations go towards our retired greyhounds to keep them comfortable and entertained. We thank you in advance and hope that we are helping you too by taking your unwanted waste off of your hands. If you are looking to adopt or foster a retired greyhound or just want more information please get in contact with Joy at Ashwells Greyhound Trust or Julie at the R.G.O.A which are both located in Brentwood.
A big wave goodbye was sent to Fox, Rebel and Puma as they rode off to their new homes, we wish them all long and happy lives with their new families.