Greyhound adoption in Gainsborough and other areas.

If you’re looking to adopt a dog, contact Lincolnshire Greyhound Trust. We can help you find a dog that you and your family will love.

Greyhounds in our Gainsborough kennel needing loving homes

Are you thinking of adopting a greyhound? Contact Lincolnshire Greyhound Trust. We rehome dogs who are in need of a loving home. It is important to understand that greyhounds may change enormously when they move from the kennel into their new home. Some of the dogs in our kennel can live with cats after careful training. A brief description of each dog in our kennel is given below.



Gainsborough kennel 1A is currently occupied by Delboy.

He is a black male born on 21 May 2015 who came to us on 31 December 2018.

Delboy is a cheeky boy with a real character although he can be quite unsure of a lot of things out in the big wide world and would need a home where someone has time, patience and understanding to get him used to a new environment.

Delboy also needs to improve his socialisation with other breeds.

Kennel 1A is sponsored by Janet Short in memory of Sparky.

It is also sponsored by Mary Elliott in memory of Bryn.

Mary Puppins

Mary Puppins

Gainsborough kennel 1B is currently occupied by Mary Puppins.

She is a black female born on 7 May 2017 who came to us on 29 June 2019.

Kennel 1B is sponsored by Carole Wall, Spud and Jack.

It is also sponsored in memory of Jamie, Ellie, Izzy, Beauty and Poppy.

Toggy (reserved)

Toggy (reserved)

Gainsborough kennel 2A is currently occupied by Toggy.

He is a black male born on 26 June 2014 who came to us on 6 August 2019.

Toggy is reserved to go to his new home in the near future.

Kennel 2A is sponsored by Susan Burgess.
It is also sponsored in memory of Linda Bunnage.



Gainsborough kennel 2B is currently occupied by Mandy.

Mandy is a black female born on 16 October 2015 who came to us on 3 September 2019.

Kennel 2B is sponsored in loving memory of Connar Kiedyk. It is also currently sponsored by Barbara and Roy Adrian in memory of Joe.



Kennel 3A is currently occupied by Breezy.

He is a black male born on 1 January 2015 who came to us on 10 February 2019. 

Breezy is a nice lad and has proven extremely popular at two short term foster places he has been to while we were overcrowded.

Kennel 3A is sponsored by Holly as a thank you to Patrick and Margaret Martin for looking after her.

This kennel is also sponsored by Eve Hearn in memory of her late husband Malcolm, who was a greyhound lover.



Kennel 3B is currently occupied by Suzie.

She is a brindle and white female born on 19 January 2017 who came to us on 3 September 2019.

Kennel 3B is sponsored by Wendy Green in memory of her husband Brian, who passed away in November 2013, and his beloved Mollie.

Zorro (rehomed)

Zorro (rehomed)

Gainsborough kennel 4A is currently occupied by Zorro.

Zorro is a fawn male born on 25 August 2015 who came to us on 3 September 2019.

He was rehomed on 8 September.


Mary (reserved)

Mary (reserved)

Gainsborough kennel 4B  is currently occupied by Mary.

She is a black female born on 20 April 2016 who came to us on  31 May 2019.

Mary is reserved to go to a new home in a few days.

Kennel 4B is kindly sponsored by the Swift and Woollin families in memory of Millie.

This kennel is also kindly sponsored by Jackie Shephard in memory of Tigger.

Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash

Gainsborough kennel 5A is currently occupied by Johnny Cash.

Johnny Cash is a black male born on 11 October 2014 who came to us on 18 May 2019.

This lad’s racing name was Adognamed Sue and his kennel name was Johnny. As we already have a Johnny this man was given the full title of Johnny Cash.

He is another newcomer who has created a very favourable impression in his short spell with us.

Kennel 5A is sponsored by Anne, Kevan and Emma Roe in memory of Bob.


Brandy (rehomed)

Brandy (rehomed)

Gainsborough kennel 5B is currently occupied by Brandy.

She is a black and white female born on 27 October 2016 who came to us on 5 February 2019

This young girl needs a home where someone is with her most of the time.

Brandy is a young ,sweet girl, but she does have a delicate tummy and would need an owner that is prepared to feed her a good quality diet.

She was rehomed on 26 May.

We have dogs who need homes. If you would like to adopt a greyhound, please give us a call today.

Lincolnshire Greyhound Trust provides dog rehoming throughout Lincolnshire, Oxfordshire and Epping as well as the surrounding areas of all these places. If you want to adopt a dog, please call us on

07941 313 025