Dumfriesshire & Cumbria Greyhound Rescue

Adopt, Donate, Sponsor, Volunteer

Welcome to the Dumfrieshire and Cumbria Greyhound rescue. We look for new forever homes for retired or injured greyhounds from the surrounding area.  We never put a healthy dog to sleep and will endeavour to find a dog a new home or foster home for as long as it takes.  Please have a look at the homeless greyhounds we have at present and contact us for more information about any of them. 

Special Appeal

A special Appeal for Rhys

This is Rhys, he is only 2½years old but has broken his leg. When racing he broke the front leg and this was just left to heal unset and left him with a limp and  a few days ago he broke a back leg and is heading off to the 

Glasgow Vet School for surgery. 

If you can help us raise the funds to pay for his surgery (expected to cost over £2,000) please make a donation today or tell us what you could do to help!

Donate towards Rhys's Veterinary care now


Dogs rehomed to date! 

Thank You!

We would like to extend our appreciation to all our supporters and helpers. Without the ongoing help and support we receive we would be unable to operate and help these wonderful hounds.

We are always looking for items for our charity shop in Lockerbie. We apologise that we do not have a collection service so if you can bring your donations to the shop that would be appreciated.

We welcome cash donations, you can donate via the button below, at our shop or telephone our treasurer (Belinda 01461400 66) to make your gift. If you are a UK Tax Payer we actively encourage you to “Gift Aid” your donation. This adds 25% to the value of your donation at no cost to you.

Our aim is to find loving homes for retired or injured racing greyhounds from the Dumfries and Galloway and Cumbria area. These homeless hounds need forever homes once they finish racing. We have re-homes over 1,000 dogs since the charity was founded. We are a purely voluntary charity with no paid staff or overheads so all donations can be used to help support and promote our rescue dogs.