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Peritas in his rescuers arms; 3 months old, dodging the traffic on the road, lucky not to be killed. Contact Tina if you can offer him a loving forever home.
Beryl Brennan on 27 May 2010 in Regional news | Permalink
Well done to the rescuer. What would we do without the kindness of people like this?!
Do hope dear little Peritas finds a lovely home.
28 May 2010 at 04:32 PM
The volunteers do an amazing job rescuing the abandoned dogs in Spain, and for many involved in helping the galgos, it is an emotional and physical journey every year, with no let up.
So we have to support them as much as possible in what they do because, without them, the alternative does not bear thinking about.
I am sure Tina will bereassured to know so many people care.
Thanks for reading GN and for commenting.
Beryl Brennan |
28 May 2010 at 04:48 PM
Saw him this morning and he just cant stop sleeping. Hes so tired from being alone that he is just dehydrated and completely exhausted. I think he has a bad foot, I cant be sure but I have funds left over from all the generous donations so will get some advice and take him to the vet if need be. He is in with other puppies who just adore him. The puppies are approx 10 weeks and sleep on top of him even his head and he doesnt seem to mind. Bless his little cotton socks... hes beautiful.
28 May 2010 at 08:25 PM
Thanks to Tina for saving this little one. May he have a long wonderful life!
30 May 2010 at 12:45 AM
SIEMPRE ESPANA, QUE PAIS TERRIBLE, QUE HORRIBLE HA DE SER VIVIRF ALLI, RODEADOS POR PERSONA, DE LAGUNA MENARA HAY QUE LLAMARLES, TAN PRIMITIVOS Y DESALMADOS. CASTIGO TENDRAN
ANA FUENTES |
01 June 2010 at 05:01 PM
Bueno, desde luego, todas estas personas que cometen el terrible crueldad con los animales deben ser tratados de forma similar ellos mismos, entonces van a sentir el terrible dolor. Y es importante que todos los galgos y podencos, especialmente los que se salvan son rehomed con mucho cuidado y asegurarse de que la gente vaya a las casas especiales amante de la familia. No se puede permitir volver a los cazadores. Y los cazadores estarán buscando para septiembre de galgos,
perros jóvenes y cachorros espcially. Todas las asociaciones deben estar en guardia, para asegurarse que el galgueros y gitanos no roban sus galgos jóvenes.
Gracias por fijar.
Beryl Brennan |
01 June 2010 at 05:17 PM
I don't understand how humans can feel no attatchment to animals. The only animal on earth that hates and treats other living things like it is here only for their amusement, then tosses it like garbage is human. I hope Tina, that he lives a long and well deserved loved life.
01 June 2010 at 07:04 PM
Many Thanks, we have someone coming to see Peritas tomorrow and maybe take him home there and hen if the vet agrees he is ok to travel.
02 June 2010 at 09:39 AM
Hi. Peritas (now Usiles) is happily re-homed. He has been diagnosed with neurological problems as his hips and back legs are not working properly, it may be he was hit by a car previously. He is having treatment and I think today managed to walk over 100meters without needing a rest. Have a happy life Usiles and a big thank you to his new owner!!!!!!
05 June 2010 at 09:42 PM
Ulises (AKA Peritas) is recovering incredibly fast!!!
he is gaining weight and is walking better, and today he show us how fast he can run. What is better is that he run straight to his new home street-door, not trying to escape.
Thank to you Tina, to give us the opportunity to rise him.
07 June 2010 at 12:12 AM
Ulises.... run? When he was with us he slept, ate and poo'd and that was his lot, he was very depressed. If he is having a little run now his back legs must be recovering well, so well done. Keep us informed with how his vet treatment is going and best wishes with your new life together!!!
07 June 2010 at 10:29 AM
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I amsad that Peritas name was changed when
he was taken from the vet. Peritas was the name of the hound which
accompanied Alexander the Great on his military campaigns, therefore a very
regal hound of very high standing. Have to admit that I am extremely
superstitious about changing the name of any animal - none of mine have been
changed - especially it keeps continuity of the history of the
It is to be hoped he receives the right care and
attention to help him recover from his injured hind quarters so that his muscles
and tendons grow in strength to be able to support his body when he is full
I know the readers of Galgo News will be keen to
hear news of his progress and any pictures of him.
Thank you, Tina, for saving this little
Helping to make
A person who has never known a dogs love has
missed a wonderful part of life. Bob Barker
The dog has no ambition, no self-interest, no
desire for vengeance, no fear other than that of displeasing.
Count of Buffon
Beryl Brennan |
07 June 2010 at 04:37 PM
I caused a bit of a stir with the name Peritas because in spanish terms it is a very feminine name causing confusion amongst those enquiring but yes i had named him after the hound in your book! Will look up the next name ready for the next galgo!
07 June 2010 at 07:34 PM
Not knowing Spanish very well, I presumed Perita
would be female, as in Senora. Hey ho, Peritas was still a highly revered
Reassured to know that this little chap is getting
all the treatment and care he deserves.
Beryl Brennan |
08 June 2010 at 05:50 PM
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