Africa

AFRICA was found totally lost in the middle of the field. Fortunately a friend of ours went to rescue her. She managed to catch AFRICA and took her home. AFRICA has been living with Laura for various months. She used to living with dogs and cats. She’s very affectionate, loves human company and is very cheerful when she trusts you.

AFRICA has semi-long, blacky shiny hair. It’s very soft! She’s an agile girl who loves to play around with her dog mates.

She would need a home with a garden, at least one middle-sized dog, with or without children and a family who gives her lots of love.

 

 

Dalai

DALAI and RUMBA where found in a roundabout next to the motorway in Sevilla. Their 5 siblings were found dead on the road. Our foster family in Sevilla took them, but as she was overwhelmed with abandoned dogs she asked us for help.
Both sisters are very friendly and lively girls. They are easy going and very well-behaved for being puppies. They follow the rest of the dogs at the fosterhome and don’t get into trouble.
They are very attached to each other and so we would like them to find homes or foster families where they would be with other young and playful dogs.
They are totally healthy and fit. They have no traumas and love all people, dogs and cats.

Rumba (I)

RUMBA and DALAI where found in a roundabout next to the motorway in Sevilla. Their 5 siblings were found dead on the road. Our foster family in Sevilla took them, but as she was overwhelmed with abandoned dogs she asked us for help.
Both sisters are very friendly and lively girls. They are easy going and very well-behaved for being puppies. They follow the rest of the dogs at the fosterhome and don’t get into trouble.
They are very attached to each other and so we would like them to find homes or foster families where they would be with other young and playful dogs.
They are totally healthy and fit. They have no traumas and love all people, dogs and cats.

Mila

MILA belonged to a hunter who didn’t want her anymore, but he didn’t want to abandon her or take her to the dog pound. Her name is short for “Milagros” which means “miracle” in spanish because her mother died whilst giving birth and so she was raised by another galga but she had little milk so the hunter didn’t know if MILA would survive.

MILA is somewhat timid and submissive, but we are sure that with love and time she will soon be much more confident.