It's sad that black dogs are the last to get adopted because when in good condition, their gleaming shiny black coats are stunning. I don't think any other colour shines like black. Imagine this boy with a gorgeous colourful galgo collar...he's with Cobie at Scooby in Valladolid.
'Have you ever seen a more gorgeous, black galgo than this one? That´s almost impossible...This is Zar and he was in the perrera municipal from Valladolid but now he is safe in the Scooby residencia. Three years young and super sweet and affectionate!'
Contact Scooby if you can offer him a home and a place in your heart forever.
'She is "fleeting" a beautiful pure galgo puppy, who has been born with a malformation in the right rear paw, so she is no good for hunting or racing! But she will have a normal life, walks and runs without a problem with the other dogs, is very good, and will be a beautiful little girl whose malformation will not prevent doing anything. In fact, with this poblem it has only served to ensure her life will be more happy from puppyhood.! She's going to be a home, not hunting.
It's ideal. Mimosona and creamsicle.
She will have a contract of adoption and sterilization before the year.
Thrown in a river and tied well so he didn't escape and left to suffer slowly. This is what happens every day to these noble beings called galgos... but fortunately a man, passing by bike, called immediately the firefighters and thanks to these men, generous and with big hearts, Rubia is under our protection .
We thank for his needs Susanna of the great, Lucia Labroca, Martina Confalone, Roció Cortes and Mary Carmen!
For them, with them, always!!!
Scooby writes. 'After 8 years of hunting and giving birth, this adorable galga has been abandoned by her owner. This is how many galgueros thank their dogs the loyalty they have shown towards them by hunting hares and giving birth to puppies to sell, exchange them or also use them for hunting. And it is that no matter how much the galgueros insist on denying it, thousands of galgos are abandoned in Spain every year.
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This is taken from Bev Farmer's fb page Podenco Friends.
'Changes to the entry of rescue dogs to the UK basically if the UK exit the EU with a deal or no deal the Euro tunnel will no longer be a designated Border Inspection Point for Dogs, Cats or Ferrets.. Some months ago the ferry companies stopped accepting transports with rescue dogs on and the only point of entry was the Tunnel. If this is correct the only means of transport will be by plane to the UK very few airlines fly dogs to the UK and the last one we flew over cost 600 pounds plus the cost of the crate paid by the adopter so will be beyond the affordability of most people .. I can not confirm if this is accurate information but
I am aware many agencies have been lobbying to stop the import of foreign rescues due to animals arriving sick and with incorrect paper work. If anyone has any information regarding these changes please let us kno. This is a statement copied from a post by the group below