Spanish hunters hold life cheap...they care not how many puppies are bred, just to be thrown aside. these 2 puppies are in perreras - luckily not all perreras are quick to kill stations - some will hold dogs for a while. Keep your fingers crossed for these 2 babies.
Micha, black podenco, male, 9 months, 14 kilos, is still sitting in the killing of Valencia. How can it be that no one is reporting for this cute mouse? Shall he die at 9 months? We are looking for Micha a foster home from 24.08.2019-gladly also foster with option on adoption or adoption. He is social with all the dogs. We haven't been able to check it out with cats yet He's not afraid. Please send me a personal message. Club: Avpdogs.
Bev Farmer says 'Rescuing a dog is so special and it saves their lives.
No dog really deserves to be mistreated or abandoned on the streets..If people could find it in their hearts to adopt it will change that dog's life forever. Not only will they save that dog, they will be saving another for rescue. Shelters, even perreras have limited space so when one is adopted it can open a space for another one to be rescued.
Podenco Canario Mistral with Bev Farmer of Podenco Friends. 'Another flying furry ...Mistral first rescued from a perrera on Lanzarote and very shut down. On arriving at the finca she very much found her inner podenco and sense of fun and loves playing with her toys'
Sweet little Portuguese Podengo Lydia, not yet a year old and already ended up in a municipal pound until Dogs of Portugal took her to their shelter. She is looking for a forever home, contact DOP direct on this link, where you can see more pix and a video.
Wanting a dog does not involve just choosing which one you like more for your physical qualities or "race", wanting a dog also implies to realize that you will invite him to share your life, your house, your space and that he also has needs and Many times will not fulfill your expectations.
Wanting a dog is to be willing to love him in the good and bad, puppy, adult or grandfather, love him when he barks and have patience because something wants to tell you.
Love him when he bites the walls and the armchair, when he runs and doesn't listen to you because he's expressing his nature free and playful. Take him to the doctor because he's sick or hurt.
Give him worthy food and not "what spare" but what you can really offer him. Understand that a dog has tastes and dislikes and that what you expected from him may not be compatible with who he actually is.