CARAMELO was found at the entrance of a countryside home in Sevilla. They couldn’t catch him at first, but patience and some food did the trick!
He was taken to a shelter in Málaga but due to the heavy rains, he soon after came to us.

CARAMELO was shy to start with and he protected his bed and food. Fortunately he soon realised he could choose his bed and he had food all day long, so he stopped protecting them. He’s realxed now, likes to play and just enjoy life.

He has a strong build, but is a weak dog inside. He needs a family with a garden and another female sighthound. He gets on well with males, but due to his past life we think it would be better for him to live with a female.

CARAMELO still has a wound on his snout from wearing a metal muzzle. During mating season, the hunters who have males and females living together put this muzzles on some of the males to avoid fights.
CARAMELO was definitely not the strongest in the ack and so he has verious scars from trying to defend himself. He had to show the rest of the males that he was also strong, eventhough he’s not and that must have caused him a lot of stress.

He’s finally found a pack where he can be himself and relax.


IÑAKI was found roaming the streets.
He’s playfull, activ and a bit timid and submissive, but he’s also curious when visitors arrive. He LOVES the people he knows! He’s sensitive and avoids trouble.
He needs a confident and loving galga by his side.


BEETHOVEN was found abandoned and rescued by a lady. Unfortunately she kept recuing and keeping all the animals she rescued until the police had to be called. She had dogs locked in rooms and tied to brick walls with chains. She had lost control. Shelters nearby offered to take all dogs in, but they had difficulty rehoming a galgo, so they asked us for help.
BEETHOVEN is a very gentle and affectionate dog. He loves to be cuddled. He feels threatened by dominant males and therefore we think he would need a family with females his size as he likes to play and he’s a strong boy.
As he has spent so many months chained, there’s nothing he enjoys more than running around the garden. So he definitely needs a garden to forget his past chained to a wall!


ROCKY landed at El Paraiso, a massive dog pound in Málaga. He had no chance of getting adopted and so we took him out.
ROCKY is a gentle giant. He’s obedient, affectionate with both people and dogs and loves to investigate the garden.
Unfortunately he could not be castrated as his testicles are too deep and near the femoral artery and his spine. Therefore, he needs to be with other males or castrated females.
He’s a very stable and loving dog that needs a lot of love and company.
He needs a family with another loving and playful galgo/podenco/greyhound and a garden. He is not aware how big he is and thinks he’s a Chihuahua, so a large dog companion would be more suitable.
He NEVER shows any aggression and is an absolutely gentle-giant.