S.O.S. The tidal wave of puppies is upon us!
This morning, we received two new puppies, following four others yesterday afternoon. In total, we now have 44 puppies not yet three-months’ old in our facilities. We URGENTLY need adoptive and Foster homes for them. We ask you to please help us with these babies. If you can Foster one, or help us spread the news, we would be so grateful.
Rescued, a galga with 12 puppies in Palmar de Troya
Last Thursday, and following several weeks of unsuccessful attempts to catch Vainilla, we finally found her hiding with her puppies, thanks to the invaluable help of a neighbor of Palmar de Troya, who called to tell us that a galga had taken refuge in a storage shed in the garden of his property.
Two puppies rescued in a parking lot in Alcalá
Ani rescued in Ecija with her two puppies
Yesterday afternoon, after various months of unsuccessful attempts to rescue Ani in Ecija, we were finally able to catch her, given that she had recently given birth and stayed with her pups rather tan fleeing. Neighbors said she initially had more puppies, but the galgueros had taken all but these two that she had hidden.
Elena’s puppies await adoption
Elena is a galga we rescued in Almensilla a few weeks ago along with her nine puppies. All are in perfect health but need to be adopted just as soon as they can be separated from their mother. Our facilities are at 100% capacity and we do not have special areas for puppies. Our focus is the rehabilitation of older dogs and don’t think that its an appropriate place in which a puppy should grow up.