K9 Magazine Reports British Greyhound Rescue Center in Danger of Being Closed

 |  Mar 2nd 2007  |   0 Contributions


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Rescue Kennels In Danger Of Closure Because Of Barking

A Greyhound rescue centre in the midlands is under threat of closure from the council after a small number of complaints about noise were received.


Solihull Council, which is responsible for the Perry Barr area of Birmingham, where the rescue kennel is based, is understood to have recieved complaints about noise from locals. The kennel has been in existence for over 20 years, firstly as a training establishment, but more recently as a Greyhound rescue centre.

The Daybreaks Kennels, which rehomes dogs that have had careers at the local track in Perry Barr, became a Greyhound rescue centre when a local woman gave up a lucrative career to take on the care of the dogs.

Many local dog owners and supporters of the kennel have expressed regret that the kennel is now under threat.

Jo Collins, who got her dog Brucey (pictured above) from the rescue centre explained to K9 Magazine what the Kennels meant to her.

"I got my dog Brucey from them and he is the best pet ever, so loving gentle and obedient. We could not be without him."

A petition has been set up to appeal to the council to allow the centre to continue operating.

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