This web page is dedicated to every Spanish Galgo

This web page is dedicated to every Spanish Galgo who is being tortured as you read this, and awaiting the kind hand of courage to come in and rescue them. Every letter I have written, had published, and every person I have spoken to about the galgos, it is in dedication to them. To the associations who work tirelessly to save, mend and further protect Galgos from the cruel hands of the hunter.

Carlota and Ambo, the Ambasadog for the Galgos!! comdelrio@hotmail.com

www.112carlotagalgos.com

CIF:G93207744

PLEASE HELP..DIRECT HELP FROM THE COMPANY TO THE DOGS MOUTH.. HELP COMES IN MANY WAYS, BUT FOOD IS A GREAT WAY AND BY THE EASE OF THIS COMPANY WE CAN FEED OUR GALGOS AND PODENCOS IN OUR CARE WITH THE BEST DIET AND ATTENTION.



CLICK THE LINK AND FOLLOW THE GUIDE.. OR CONTACT THE COMPANY DIRECTLY. DELIVERY WILL COME STRAIGHT TO THE ASOCIATION AND TO OUR DOGS BOWLS!!! MMMMmm MANY THANKS, FROM US ALL.



www.galgonews.com/2010/10/help-feed-the-rescued-galgos-and-podencos-in-spain.html



http://www.bettysoriginal.com/









martes, 19 de febrero de 2008

Rescued from the horrors of Spain.

Yor, Brenda, Adonis and Sara were brought out of Spain by Amigos de los Galgos and are now being fostered by volunteer Joanna Simm in the Aude, southern France
If you can offer them forever homes, please get in touch with Joanna, who can explain what to do.




I am fostering Colate. He is a magnificent chocolate- coloured galgo, with amber eyes. He thought he had found his forever family, but has come back to me because their home situation changed.
He was brought out of Spain by L'Europe des Levriers as a pitifully thin dog, covered in scars. After 4 months of feeding up, he is now extremely handsome. His scars have covered and his coat gleams.
He's about four years old, extremely affectionate and loving - considering the background he probably came from - and gets on with all my other dogs, including my lurcher, who is the Alpha dog.
Colate is not an aggressive dog - in fact he's pretty typical of the galgo breed - loves long walks, curling up at my feet or in front of the woodburner, car rides, and playing ball.
Take a look at this Fantastic video of Joannas dogs, ENJOY and if you can love one, PLEASE do let her know... they are waiting....