Laura, a friend of mine, called me to tell me she had seen an extremely undernourished galgo but she had no safe place to put him in. We called the vet and she agreed to take him in as soon as Laura would see him again. He’s 67cm high and weighed 10kg.
He was taken to our foster family and I would go and pick him up as soon as his quarantine time was over. He was recovering really well. I arrived at our foster families home and was putting MAMBO inside my car when 2 large dogs starting attacking him. No onwers to be seen and we hadn’t even heard them get close. MAMBO threw himself to the floor and I managed to scare the dogs away, but the damage was already done. I got him in the car and drove to our favourite vet in Torre del Mar, where they immediately took good care of him. In 10 days the stitches will be dry and the wounds healed and we will take the stitches out.
MAMBO sleeps in my room and he is completely quiet the whole night. He is clean inside the house, eats well and has become a very gentle and playful boy. He’s very affectionate and great with all our dogs including the 2 large males (Colón and Bambino).