This is galga pup Minerva, a baby found this week in Osuna with her broken paw, what a few days we've had...
The little one presents ′′ old ′′ fractures. Now Dr Perez of the Tartessos Clinic, will tell us what treatment we should do.
What is the mindset of these people - who chuck live puppies in the trash bin?! From Galgos112
'Last Monday a good man went to throw the trash away and inside the dumpster 'something' shouted out, it was the voice of this little guy asking for help. Luckily it was heard and now it's safe. How many people don't hear, how many die?
Sres of the Osuna Government team, start already with responsible tenure campaigns, sterilization and control of the animals of our people, because what happens there is nothing normal, and no one wants to see it.'
Thank goodness for the kind Spaniards who love animals.
'We have received the heartbreaking news that Gitano has passed away.
Gitano arrived at GRA emaciated and ill, a blood test confirmed what we feared… Leish positive. His values were very high and he needed heavy treatment, slowly but surely he got better and the vet got the Leish under control. Unfortunately, his kidneys were also affected.
Despite being very ill, Gitano kept his happiness and also the grace and pride that is so typical for Galgos.
Soon someone fell in love with him and after he had strengthened enough he was able to leave for his new home in April.
We will never forget Maria Grazie's tears of emotion and joy when she was finally able to hold and hug her beautiful black pearl.
A few weeks ago his kidneys deteriorated sharply and despite every possible effort, kidney failure could not be avoided.
Thank you Maria Grazie for giving Gitano the best time of his life, a time far too short in a life far too short. Gitano was only 4 years old.