GREYHOUNDS went walkies through Huddersfield on Saturday to raise cash for a rescue centre.
More than 120 animals and about 300 owners took to the streets at the start of a £250,000 appeal for a new home.
The Tia Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue, based at Sowerby Bridge, is set to lose three big exercise paddocks for the energetic dogs.
The centre rents the area off Yorkshire Water, but the company wants to redevelop the site.
Saturday's walk through the town centre highlighted the centre's plight, as well as raising precious money.
It was organised by lecturers and students from Huddersfield Technical College's Animal Care Department.
Tia's founder, Deb Rothery, said Yorkshire Water's imminent redevelopment of its site put the organisation `in the unthinkable position of having to close'.
Most of the dogs on Saturday's walk had been saved by Tia, which looks after up to 80 dogs at any one time.
"We rescue hundreds of greyhounds every year. They are often in an appalling state of neglect," added Deb. "Without Tia these dogs would die."
Tia takes most of the greyhounds from Yorkshire's council-owned pounds and re-homes 250 a year.