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Michaela Müller
Germany
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Dogs 531 / Races 64

30 Oct 2019 15:09


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... of Irish Greyhounds - adopted in Germany ....

In July 2018 I founded an FB group to bring Greyhound Adoptants and previous owners / trainers / breeders into contact.
I have already written about our project here.
EXTERNAL LINK
I find it´s very important that adopters learn something about their greyhound´s past.
There are still many adopters who are not interested in the past living of their greyhounds because they believe that their greyhounds have not been kept well, or that the past is not important.
But there is a small group of greyhound adopters who are open to the past of their dogs. Who would like to know why her Greyhound retired. What he liked, what he didn´t like. Who would be happy about a message from the previous owner / trainer / breeder.
Since the founding of the group, we have already been able to produce more than 50 contacts.
A great help from the beginning are the many contacts of Lynda Bonner. Thank´s a lot Lynda!
We also asked the Irish Studbook to inform the registered owners from the greyhounds in our "open search" list. That also led to some successes. Thank you so much to the ICC!
However, we are still looking for over 80 greyhounds the previous owners / trainers or breeders.
Please look in our list. Maybe you know the dog, the previous owner / trainer or breeder.
We respect the privacy. Each contact recording is only about me. If both sides agree with the contact, the contact details will be handed over.
In the difficult situation of the Irish racing industry, it is a vote of confidence and a belief in the good Irish racing people that German adopters seek contact with the previous owner/trainer/breeder.
We would all be very grateful if we could establish more contacts between adopters and previous owners / trainers / breeders.
You can find the list of dogs here:
EXTERNAL LINK
Thank you for your time to read that and I hope you can support us.
Hopeful
Michaela Müller
You can contact me via PM or FB messenger


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