Here's what a volunteer says.
'We're not allowed to take pix of the dogs when they are in there, but we do anyway. It's very difficult because some podencos only live there for a week, then they are killed...there are lots of hunters around...it's a shame
All these podencos are in Valencia, Spain...maybe in some days or hours, some of them will be killed.
We know about the sex, age, etc when the dog go there because the ex-owner doesn't want the animal anymore (like the 2 female podencas which are 12 ans 2 years old). You can see in the pic that that man was the ex-owner.
To release and save podencos is complicated for us, we are few people and only volunteers...we really need a strong association that can help to find a home and a better future for them. Sometimes a Spanish association helps us, because it's always in contact with a foreign one. If it is so, it's great.
If we do not know where the dogs will go after being released, it for us means lots of hours working, finding the money to save them and finding a shelter or a foster home, Apart if the dog is going to be adopted elsewhere there are lots of documents to fill in, we cannot do anything.