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hearthound
Having been bitten by the sighthound bug two years ago, I quickly became parent/servant/bank to two retired greyhounds. I have since starting working with a whole host of sighthounds at a sighthound only training club. I've been considering adding a 3rd dog and think a scruffy lurcher type would be nice

Must be happy to live with other dogs. Both calm and sociable
Would like a bitch. I feel both of my greyhounds would prefer another female
Would like aged between 6-18 months due to how I feel the status of my pack works

I live a 10 minute drive from the South Downs and a 20 minute drive from one of the best dog friendly beaches in the UK.

I live in West Sussex but would be willing to travel 100 miles or so

I would much prefer to rescue. There are too many dogs who already need homes

I was homechecked in 2014, and am a homechecker for several rescues myself. Can provide good references
Mothman
Not a bitch but there's 'Alfie' a Deerhound X at Dorset Dog Rescue, it says he's good with other dogs.

Dorset Dog Rescue
lolbeck
Another lad - but a gorgeous one winks.gif - good with other dogs (and posting because someone else may fall for him if you don't. )

http://www.prodogsdirect.org.uk/cloud-lurc...2015/4591332731

Couple of lurcher rescues down your end you might like to speak with.......

http://www.lurchersos.org.uk/dog/ (Hera wub.gif )

http://www.southernlurcherrescue.org.uk/needinghomes.php

Good luck.

ETA this site promotes dogs from various rescues - http://www.greyhoundandlurcherrescue.co.uk/dogs.aspx
mokee
I'm not sure she completely fits the bill, but have you seen Topsy?

http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.ph...p;#entry4111615
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