Greyhounds are probably the most misunderstood dog breed around. And - sadly in the wrong hands they’re also often the most abused and mistreated.
There’s already a number of very well organised Greyhound rescue groups in Australia which Nora Anderson-Dieppe has been a volunteer with over the years, but since she and her husband Ed have been building their interior design business, time has been a little tight…
But that hasn’t stopped them setting up their own small rescue group ‘Nora’s Foster Hounds’ to help even more dogs find forever homes. Recently they were told about a dog – a puppy – that had been part of a whelping farm – basically a greyhound breeder – that was covered in faeces and had a broken leg.
No-one is quite sure how this came about but Nora was very quick to say she would take him on.
The podcast version of this story can be heard here.