Lily and her beautiful greyhound puppies

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Greyhound puppies raised for love. Outside of the racing industry with no purpose other than to be a much loved pet. The way it should be.

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Lily and her beautiful greyhound puppies

10 thoughts on “Lily and her beautiful greyhound puppies

  1. Oh! They are so cute! I wish I was able to get my retired racing greyhounds when they were puppies! But at least they know what is like to be loved now. Please make more videos as they grow!

  2. So happy lily and her puppies r ok now 😊🙏❤️😘 thanks thanks thanks to all helped them 👍👍👍👍👍👍🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏💐💐💐💐💐💐💐

  3. AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!  I'm so glad they are ok and that they've been rescued.  THIS IS AN OVERLOAD OF CUTENESS, I CAN'T STAND IT!  LOL!

  4. Oh my goodness…wish you were in UK..I was lucky enough to find a Lurcher pup [at approx 12 weeks old] at a rescue centre, and she was a beauty. But in a terrible condition compared to these lovely pups. Hope their lovely Mum finds a loving home,maybe with one of her sons [both Spayed/neutered of course]

  5. I am an animal lover and thank you so much for caring for these unwanted pets…God bless you all and i pray for health and long lives to all of you..MORE POWER!! WE LOVE YOU❤❤❤

  6. I have a retired Greyhound and she is the sweetest. However, be careful what you wish for. If the Greyhound Racing industry gets shut down there will be thousands of existing Greyhounds and no "need" for any of them. Additionally, there will be no "demand" for additional pups and in five years they will essentially disappear.

    AKC Greyhounds are a rarity. The last year that I can find records for showed a total of 187 newly registered dogs… probably 25 litters. The AKC Greyhound Club of America wants no part of bringing NGA into the AKC.

    Again, just be careful about the consequences of banning the racing!

    As I said, I have a retired girl from the track in Tampa, FL' and I would love to see a GRADUAL phasing out of racing over a five year period!

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