LANCE

Colour / Sex : White and brindle Male

Date of birth : 08.10.1999

Last rec. trainer : Bryan Everett

Races contended : No racing history found

Last rec.race : None

LANCE – (named for racing as) Bryanvale Senor

Lance came into the care of AFG January 2005. He was no longer wanted by the family who had acquired him free 1 year earlier by the owner/ breeder and trainer.
After a short time in foster care where he was neutered and inoculated, de-flead and wormed. Lance found his forever home March 2005 but was returned to us through no fault of his own after being branded a killer as he held a baby bird in his mouth, which sadly died
Happily back in foster care Lance then found a wonderful home in October 2005, sadly to be returned to us in February 2009 Lance had to be returned to us as a result of a marriage break up.
Luckily for Lance, we had a vacant foster home where lance stayed in permanent foster care never needing to be re-homed, with the company of a beautiful female greyhound “Annie”

Sadly in May 2010, Lance became ill suddenly, he had developed an aggressive tumour between his stomach and spine which had blown up in a matter of hours….Lance could not be treated, and his devoted carers Cathy and Michael had to let him go.
Throughout his time in foster care and homes Lance remained loving and loyal to all his carers and is very sadly missed.

R.I.P Dear Lance 8.10.99- 13.5.10

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