Dogs in Spain Being Prepared for Homing in Mainland Europe
Throughout the year we board many galgos (Spanish bred greyhounds) at Pep Plans kennels in Vic, Barcelona. These dogs are fully dependant on funding by GIN for their maintenance / veterinary care. Once Pep has carried out testing for Mediterranean diseases, treating if necessary, and sterilizations, arrangements can be made to home the galgos in mainland Europe.
Transportations are being arranged all the time for dogs to come to Pep’s and then to be taken by our contacts abroad to homes in Belgium, France, Switzerland, etc. For the latest news on any of the dogs shown below please email us on email@example.com Thank you.
We have been so pleased that our co-operation with Elisa and Chiara of the Adopt Centre Italy has continued. As many of you will remember we first made contact following the closure of the Rome track some years ago. Once all the greyhounds were rehomed Elisa asked how they could help the galgos in Spain.
We work closely with Sole and Mateo at the Arca de Noe refuge in Albacete and try to help as many galgos as we can who have been rescued by them. Sole and Mateo prepare photographs and details of each dog which allows Elisa and her group to publicise them on their website in order to find homes. We are happy to fund their veterinary treatment in Albacete (testing for Mediterranean diseases, sterilisations etc.) and help where possible by funding some transportation costs. Once homes have been found in Italy the transportation is organised. Sole and her helpers often drive the journey from Albacete to Nice where Elisa and her helpers collect the dogs and continue their journey.
We are pleased to be working with Charlotte and Dioni of 112 Carlota Galgos based in Malaga. They help galgos in their local area finding homes for them in other countries. We are now funding the veterinary treatment – testing for Mediterranean diseases, sterilisations etc. for the following galgos they have rescued.
We continue to
support Charlotte at 112carlottagalgos and have been able to pay the veterinary
costs for more galgos she has been able to help. Cupid and Mama Saphire are
reserved but the other galgos will need to spend time with Charlotte before they
can be homed.
We are pleased to be working with Vera who recently started helping galgos in her area in Malaga. She has kennels and has been able to take many galgos from the local dog pound, saving their lives as the pound puts these dogs to sleep after a few days. Vera organises their veterinary care and when ready the galgos are homed by Greyhounds Rescue Belgium and Greyhounds Rescue Holland. We are now able to help her work by funding the veterinary treatment - testing for Mediterranean diseases, sterilisations etc. for the following galgos she has rescued.
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We are working with Asociación Protectora de Animales y Plantas de Ayamonte,Villablanca. Claudette and her team work very hard helping
galgos in their local area and once rescued they are looked after by Claudette and her volunteers and are cared for before homes can be found for
them. We are now funding the veterinary treatment - testing for Mediterranean diseases, sterilisations etc. for the following galgos they
are pleased to fund the veterinary costs (testing for Mediterranean diseases,
sterilisations etc.) of the galgos that ADANA in Badajoz are able to help. We
also contribute towards the transport costs so that these galgos can be homed
thanks to the good co-operation we have with Arca de Noe, Albacete and Elisa,
Chiara and Lily of the Adopt Centre Italy.
We have supported Tina of Galgos del Sol almost from the beginning of her work for the galgos by giving funding towards veterinary costs for some of the galgos she has rescued.
In 2015, Galgos del Sol purchased some land so that they could set up their own centre in Murcia. This is a huge project and will take time to complete but having all the dogs in one place, and having a centre where people can visit and help care for the dogs until they are homed will make a big difference to Tina and her team. We have been able to give funding to sponsor 15 kennels in the second kennel block as well as continuing to fund veterinary costs for some of the galgos they rescue. The latest rescues are shown below.