November 26 - December 26.
31 days, 36 galgos.
Some of them have been taken out of the perrera, others have arrived through collection services, several have been found wandering the fields, and there are those that have been left in Scooby by their own owners while others have landed in the shelter in a rather reckless, inhuman way; being thrown over a two meter fence.
They’ve got here in different ways, but they all have something in common, they are galgos and they’ve been abandoned at a certain time of the year; a time designated for hunting and racing, when these dogs have to demonstrate their best qualities and abilities.
The dog that does its job well is still worth keeping, but the one that does not meet the expectations of its galguero is discarded straight away like a useless tool. This is still the terrible reality of the Galgo in Spain. Animals that are seen only as objects to use and throw away.
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