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Long-term sponsors

The following dogs are being sponsored long-term by SLR. This means SLR is paying for their upkeep and long-term medical issues, whether they have been rehomed or not. If you would like to help support these dogs in need, please make a donation. No matter how large or small, all your contributions help us keep these beautiful hounds healthy and happy.

To see some of the dogs we still need to rehome, visit our Hounds Needing Homes page. To see dogs SLR has successfully helped, visit Happy Endings.

ginny

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Little smooth coat Whippet Lurcher 23"

Poor Ginny and her sister came in half starved. Ginny suffered greatly with skin allergies and now has some arthritis and pain in her back. We are sponsoring her through accupuncture and hydro-therapy, and it is helping her.


munch

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Little smooth coat whippet X. 22""

Poor little Munch came in with a dislocated hip joint. She was just 7 months old. She will be supported for life by the Rescue for any recurring problems with her hind leg.


HONEY

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Saluki X. 25""

Sasha was handed into a Vets with a double break in her ulna and radius on her front leg. It was pinned, but the pins worked their way out so it was cast again. She subsequently had her eye knocked out by another dog. The leg has healed fine, but is twisting as she gets older. She is just around a year and a half old. She will be supported for life by the Rescue for any recurring problems with her hind leg.


meggie

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Little rough coat cross Lurcher 24"

Poor little Meggie came into the Rescue as a 4/5 month old pup with clear signs that she had something like wire tightened around her back leg. She nearly lost her hind leg, but thanks to the support of one of SLR's Vets in Epping Meggie kept her leg. There is still an underlying problem with the circulation and recently she was bitten by an Adder, which resulted in her leg swelling yet again. Meggie will be supported for life by the Rescue for any recurring problems with her hind leg.


BEN

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Mixed Wolfhound X. 27""

At 13 Ben found himself without a home. Carmel at Eleven Greys offered to take him for the rest of his life, which was calculated to be around 3-6 months. He has passed that milestone and with medication is going strong and loving his walks and life. He will be supported for life by the Rescue for any recurring problems with her hind leg.


Winnie

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Little feathered Saluki X. 23""

Winnie entered the Rescue with a dislocated knee on her back leg. It has been dislocated for well over two weeks before she came in. We thought we would have to amputate, but our vet Anil saved the leg. She is just around a year old. She will be supported for life by the Rescue for any recurring problems with her hind leg.


Offer a home

If you can offer a home to a hound in our care, or would like to be considered to rehome one of our hounds in the future, please
email us and tell us your home situation, any pets, children, etc. you have, your location and any prior experience with hounds. We are always looking for new homes!