Many of you might have wondered why we from the group Pet Levrieri have come here all the way from Italy, and who we are. We all began to love greyhounds when we adopted them, but we didn’t know very much about them. We started to learn about them in […]
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LUCY Please Share No matter how long you foster if you relax for just a minute they catch you out. Lucy came to us on 1st December 2013 as an emergency foster for NGR. An ex-racer that disappeared off the radar for six months then turned up as a stray, […]
The video was made by Stephen O’Malley, a student of the second year of a degree in Multimedia Design and Programming Institute LIT (Limerick Institute of Technology), in association with Limerick Animal Welfare and shows exactly what happens to the puppies greyhound. A moving account of the life journey of […]
After many months or even years spent shut up in a concrete shack or fenced in area with other dogs, our long-awaited greyhound or galgo is suddenly catapulted into an entirely different reality: our home. As new adopters we have to manage a variety of unexpected situations, and inappropriate soiling […]
The Association Pet Levrieri Onlus is very pleased to announce that it will collaborate with the rescue Scooby Medina for the rescue and rehabilitation of Spanish greyhounds. We thank Firmin for his thorough and very productive dialogue with us.
For an Italian, the word ‘lurcher’ is a strange thing, as there’s no exact translation for it in our language. You could use the word crossbreed, but it would be completely inadequate. The precise origin of the name remains a mystery, but it is definitely linked to the hunting abilities […]