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.

Capitán

CAPITÁN was given to us by a hunter who wanted to give his dog a good retirement. CAPITÁN lived with cats and for a short time also with children. He likes both of them. He’s also very gentle and loving with other dogs of all sized, ages and breeds.
CAPITÁN loves people. He is very attached to his actual foster parents and loves to greet everyone who comes for a visit. He’s very good in the car and also at the vets. He is not traumatized in any sense.
CAPITÁN has been seen by an eye-specialist in Málaga. He has improved considerably with the eye-cream they gave us, but right now it’s very dry and windy and so the dust gets into his eyes and they are still irritated.

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.

Lola

LOLA was rescued by the dog pound. She had been abandoned whilst brestfeeding. Her tits were swollen, she had little hair and was undernourished. At the pound she got a cold.
Her eyes were sad and full of dread. Our fostermum in Sevilla took her in and since then she has been her shadow.

LOLA arrived at Galgo Freedom on the 11th of august.

Yako- SOS!

YAKO was going to be killed by his owner as a new born. He was born with deformed front legs. Luckily, his neighbor found out and asked him if she could keep the puppy.
YAKO arrived to a home with a lot of love and attention. He was bottle fed and lived with a group of lovely dogs.
The lady who rescued him lost her job recently and so she had to go back to live with her parents and she could not take YAKO with her due to his size. She also knew she could not afford to pay his vet bills, so she asked us for help.
YAKO has never been mistreated and that shows. He’s very sociable, loves people and all other dogs. He has never lived with cats but he wants to play with them when he sees them. He was not aware how big and strong he was, but he has quickly learned to respect smaller animals (dogs and cats). He’s a gentle giant with a huge heart for children and people in general.
When he arrived he had pain, so we took him to get x-rays done. He has some deformed bones and distended tendons due to the deformity, but that does not bother him at all, what bothered him was a small pointy finger bone that was too sharp and was scratching his flesh every time he put his finger on the floor. That’s why he was always limping.
After the operation he walks and plays like any normal dog, but with his small deformity.
He needs a home with a garden and another large and young dog to play with.

VIDEO OF YAKO AFTER THE OPERATION

Angel

ANGEL was found in the middle of a motorway in Sevilla. He was totally disoriented and weak, which meant it was easier for the rescuers to catch him. He was full of ticks, malnourished and dehydrated. He was taken to a shelter where they pampered him, but where he had no possibilities of getting adopted.
ANGEL gets on well with all dogs, but unfortunately is not cat friendly. He’s extremely affectionate with people and just wants to receive cuddles.
We think it will be very hard for ANGEL to find a forever home due to his sex, age, colour and him not being cat friendly.