Corona Virus Update
The kennels are closed for dog walking until further notice
Visiting for homing and fostering only - and only by appointment

In accordance with latest government guidelines and advice, the trustees of WGW, in consultation with the kennel manager, have made this decision to close the kennels for dog walking. The kennels are open for homing and fostering only and this will be appointment only. Sadly anyone visiting the kennels without an appointment will be asked to leave. Whilst we highly value and appreciate all our supporters, our main priority at this time has to be for the well-being of the staff and the dogs – therefore, we are sure you will understand our decision. 
 
To re-iterate. All visits to the kennels this must be pre-arranged. Please can you therefore ring the kennels on tel: 01932 251894 between 10.00-10.30am and ask to speak to the kennel manager to arrange an appointment.  Thank you for your understanding.

If you have travelled from any countries or areas currently affected by Coronavirus within the last two weeks, we would also ask that you stay away from the kennels until you have completed your self isolation period. Please visit the NHS website for the latest government advice. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

New Sponsorship Scheme launched

Sponsor a kennel and help WGW to provide care and shelter for every WGW hound until they find their forever home. If a hound is unable to find their forever home then WGW will care for them for the rest of their lives.

Remembrance Tree Hearts

The new tree in Paddy’s Paddock has become a Remembrance Tree and the first ceramic hearts are on there! These are being made by ceramicist Ysanne Brooks and they will be strung on the tree with purple ribbon.

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About WGW

Welcome to the kennels video

Wimbledon Greyhound Welfare (WGW) aims to promote careful and responsible rehoming of greyhounds and other sighthounds

We provide ongoing support to our adopters, including facilities to care for their greyhounds or other sighthounds on a temporary basis after rehoming and, should the need arise, on a longer-term basis until such time as the greyhound or other sighthound is found a suitable home.

And we look to educate the general public on the plight of greyhounds and other sighthounds, and to promote them as suitable pets.