Tag Archives: Chris Dignam

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Greyt Expectations – Rescued Greyhounds and Marmalade Cats

A Marmalade Cat? This is a chapter from the new book just being tidied up for release in September.  It’s called “Greyt Expectations – From Rescued Greyhounds to Marmalade Cats” and is a collection of the blog posts from here and the South Wales Evening Post pages, along with some other pieces about writing, music […]

The Christmas Story – How Rubbish the Rabbit Hound Saved Christmas – Download the whole story!

How Rubbish the Rabbit Hound Saved Christmas The Whole Story! We have had many requests to make the Christmas Story available to download – consider it a Christmas present from Crafty Dog Books!  It can be downloaded as a pdf file for you to read, already set out in book format.   Its free for […]

Greyt Expectations 8 – This Weeks South Wales Evening Post Blog – How the Largest Rabbit Escaped into Print!

Getting it Write – from a Rescued Greyhound to the Largest Rabbit Last week I wrote about how we got our first book to the printers. We pick up the story after the first boxes arrived and we realised we had to sell them to make our money back. We plugged the book on our […]

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Our Latest Rescued Greyhound Blog – Penny the Crafty Dog

Greyt Expectations – Chris Dignam’s Rescued Greyhound page – Penny the Crafty Dog Here’s the latest Blog from the South Wales Evening Post.  This week’s is about how Penny arrived with us. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve mentioned our first rescued greyhounds, Sally and Sam. We have also fostered a few over the […]

South Wales Evening Post, Greyhounds, Jam & Dylan Thomas

What an eventful day! Chris and Penny have a nice big photo in the South Wales Evening Post today – the very same newspaper that Dylan Thomas cut his teeth writing for.  There is a lovely article by Kate Clarke about how they got involved with greyhound rescue, about their own greyhounds and their foster […]