Retired Greyhounds South Lakes (RGSL)
Doing what we've always done since 2004, but under a new name.

Fostering and Homing Greyhounds in Cumbria and the South Lakes
This website contains all the Greyhounds homed from December 2017.  Visit to see the 500+ Greyhounds homed between July 2004 & December 2017


Royston arrived on Wednesday 1st May 2019
Went to his new home with Gabbi on Friday 12th July 2019.

Royston is a black ex-racing greyhound
DATE OF BIRTH: 08/2026
WEIGHT: 33 kg.
INOCULATED: 06/01/2019

Royston is a black ex-racing male Greyhound who is house trained, neutered, inoculated and microchipped.  Royston is still a puppy at heart as he's cheeky, loves to play, is always up to mischief and loves playing with Gabbi, although he can get a bit boisterous at times so she tells him off, but it doesn't stop them playing together!  In early July they even started sleeping side by side in one of the crates we have in the living room.
Royston has a lovely kind nature with not a 'bad bone in his body'.  He walks lovely on the lead and travels well in a car.

Went to his new home with Gabbi on Friday 12th July 2019.
Royston's Diary
1st May 2019
This afternoon Royston arrived and we introduced him to the other greyhounds here.
3rd May 2019
This morning Royston visited the vets where he weighed in at 34.1kg. He went for a check up and to be neutered.  All went well and later on in the afternoon we brought him home to sleep things off.
15th May 2019
This morning Royston visited the vets again, but this time for a dental and once all was complete we brought him home to recover from the anaesthetic.  He was looking a bit sorry for himself to begin with but later in the evening he looked more like his usual happy self.
10th July 2019
This afternoon Royston's potential new owners came to visit him and Gabbi, take them out for a walk and get to know them better in readiness for them going to live with them in a couple of days or so.
12th July 2019
This afternoon Royston and Gabbi went off to their new home together where we hope they will have a long and happy life with their new family.