Duran being cared for

Duran being cared for

Well, our attempts are now futile as the need to help abandoned podencos is simply at critical mass. Currently, in addition to the dogs we care for at home, are four puppies in a foster home, three more puppies and three dogs in another foster home as well as a mother with six puppies and two more dogs in kennels. We must pay for foster homing and kenneling.
 

Duran on arrival

Duran on arrival

All the dogs require neutering, vaccinations, and passports. A few of our dogs are long-term residents as they may never overcome their fears enough to be able to live anywhere but with us. Rescuing and caring for abandoned dogs is an ongoing expense that we wish we could manage on our own, but we simply can’t without your help.

We are not comfortable asking for help, but we are desperate for financial support to continue our work saving podencos. We are looking for sponsors to help us care for our poor puppies and dogs through our recurring payment sponsorship program or through donations towards veterinary costs and the work that goes into readying the dogs for re-homing.

Broken leg but waggy tail

Broken leg but waggy tail

As we are a charity who survive solely on donations (we receive no financial grants) we ask for a minimum donation of 250 Euros to adopt one of our dogs (larger amounts gratefully accepted but that would be at the adopter's discretion!!). This donation helps to go towards covering the cost of the preparation of the dog and transportation of the dog from Spain to the UK.

 

 

 

Duran on the road to recovery

Duran on the road to recovery