Archive | August 2012

For the Love of Daisy – Lost Hound Fund

One of our greatest fears as Greyhound owners is having our Greyhound get lost.   In many cases, the Greyhound is located quickly with the help of reported sightings, the distribution of flyers, and volunteer search parties. In some cases, a Greyhound may remain missing for an extended period of time. In these circumstances, other methods may be employed to help locate and return the Greyhound to its home. These methods often involve financial cost that may exceed the budget of the owner. Examples are paid ads, professional trackers, phone call services, or equipment such as outdoor cameras.

For the Love of Daisy

For the Love of Daisy

In appreciation for Southeastern Greyhound Adoption (SEGA) volunteer efforts to find Daisy, her owners, Chris and Lauren Whalen, established a lost hound fund in Daisy’s honor. They started the fund with a generous donation to allow SEGA to purchase some additional equipment to help locate Daisy and for use in helping find other lost Greyhounds in the future.

Donations made to the “For the Love of Daisy” Lost Hound Fund will be designated for expenses to help locate lost Greyhounds when extended time frames call for measures above and beyond the normal costs such as flyers and signs. Any funds remaining from the search for Daisy will be held until needed for another lost hound.

If you would like to make a contribution to the Lost Hound Fund, please click here to learn more about how you can help.

Daisy at 53 Pounds!

Daisy 53 Lbs - August 6, 2012

Daisy 53 Lbs – August 6, 2012

Hello All!

I am pleased to say that Daisy is now at 53lbs, just shy of her previous 56-59lb healthy weight range. She continues to eat and sleep well and we’ve decided to cut out the midnight snack she was used to receiving. Now she receives just a “pat on the head” after a midnight romp outside. I expect she will get bored of that soon and will sleep through the night uninterrupted.

Tail Wound

Tail Wound

She did develop a “stud tail” this weekend quite abruptly. A vet trip today ended with her being placed on antibiotics and lots of reassurance. I’m not sure her fur will grow back there, but it will add to her other “battle scars”.

We hope you enjoy her most recent photos and as always, we thank you for your care and concern!

A special thank you to Stevie who made yummy frozen treats for Daisy and brought her a daisy-flowered fleece coat. Now Daisy  can dry off in style!

Lauren Whalen

Daisy Closeup

Daisy Closeup

Daisy Shows Off Her Battle Scars

Daisy Shows Off Her Battle Scars