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Famed for his 'dog-next-door' image, Slow Mo, a 'rescue' greyhound and family bestie rises to fame in our 'the sophisticate' photo shoot!

Playing elegantly with 'Duckie' , he's got the cheeky good looks and goofy, yet gentle nature that melts many a heart.

Slow Mo is pictured below with our Takahashi dining table and chairs, Ethnicraft console, Cumulus pendant, Armadillo rope weave in Natural, and Casey Freeman artwork.

Slow Mo, the 'dog-next-door'

Leave a message for Slow Mo and we'll make sure he gets it!


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Courtney Pearman
Courtney Pearman

November 01, 2016

Slow Mo you are just divine! Keep showing off how awesome your breed is so more greys get to be lucky like you in forever homes after retirement!
I do love the homewares but you are the highlight of every pic you are in xxxxx

Patti Ladd
Patti Ladd

October 17, 2016

More photo shoots with greyhounds please! They’re a great advertisement for beautiful furniture and stylish rooms.

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