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MECA – Large female, DOB 16/08/2012. Meca was found in the middle of nowhere, wandering around lost and disorientated and unable to have the strength to carry on. She was covered in countless wounds and her ears had been cut which we know is a sign for possible fighting. She thankfully made a full recovery and is now a gorgeous, healthy girl. She is also a famous heroine; she led the volunteers to a young pup dumped in a rubbish container whose muzzle had been tied with tape so he couldn’t even make a sound to alert anyone. Meca was featured on the news for saving his life but still hasn’t found that forever home! She cannot be homed with cats and can be territorial with other dogs but is the most loving companion with people. You will need a PPP (in Spain) licence to rehome Meca. Please like and share to help her find her forever home. Thank you.
Rufus, Medium-large German Shepherd, 10 months old. This handsome boy was found tied up outside the sanctuary. He was so scared that he wouldn’t move and had to literally be carried inside. Now he’s settled in and proved to be an affectionate, playful boy. Please like and share to help him find his forever home. Thank you
Raspa, large female, approx 3 years old. This poor girl was found on the street in such a condition of neglect. She was starved and so weak, on the verge of collapse. Thankfully the sanctuary found her, even though they are full, they couldn’t turn her away. She is negative for all diseases and is a lovely, sweet girl. Raspa will need time in the sanctuary to recover and put on weight but she can be reserved. Please PM the page if you would like to discuss her further and like and share. Thanks
Fluss, medium large mixed breed, DOB 01-09-2016. This poor dog had been thrown off a bridge into the wasteland below and had no way of getting back up by himself. It took the volunteers the best part of two weeks visiting and building up his trust in them to enable the rescue to finally take place. He’s now safe and sound at the sanctuary and ready for adoption. Fluss can only be rehomed in Spain as although mixed breed we think he has some Pitbull in him
Joey, with Princess Animal Rescue. Looking for an experienced foster or forever home. Please contact Pauline Wright-Rescue for further information or leave a message on the Princess Animal Rescue page
Good morning, as the sun rises over the finca I hope the day goes well. I lay awake again last night wondering why nobody has ever shown interest in Gordi and Pinkie, 3 years they have been with us, 3 years of not knowing a family just for them. They are lovely dogs, Gordi loves to play ball, Pinkie loves to hunt for lizards, she will spend ages in one place waiting to see a lizard! Even if one is not there she waits in hope, bless her. Sadly they are not photogenic, not cute and fluffy, it breaks my heart every night as I shut them in their kennel for the night. Every night I tell them how beautiful they are and that their family is out there somewhere, just waiting for them to find them both.
This is Dankor a big Griffon Pointer. He is an about 2 years old and has been waiting for a new home for a while now. He was in a shelter, but fortunately a foster was found in Toledo in Spain, where he lives now with 2 other dogs.
Dankor is a social dog, very affectionate and can’t get enough cuddles and play. When he’s excited he lets you hear the typical “Griffon bark”. He walks well on the lead, but he’s absolutely not a dog for a short walk around the block, he needs long walks as he has a lot of energy.
Dankor gets on well with other dogs, but unfortunately not at all with cats. Would you give this young boy a chance of a fine life?
SAGAT, labrador cross; but smaller than a lab. about 15 kilo,six years old, male, neutered, all health tests done,, . Good with children and cats. His family separated, they never looked after him after this. Desperately waiting for a new home,where he can love and be loved again.
LAZARO, large breed, Labrador cross, 1 and a half years old. Lazaro was a stray dog who was being fed by some locals. When he didn’t turn up for 3 days in a row they went to look for him and found him attached to the underside of a car. They called the volunteers who managed to release him and take him to the vet. Lazaro had inflammation and bruising but luckily no broken bones. He is now settled at the sanctuary and is a very friendly chap who loves playing with the other dogs. He’s also proven to be absolutely great with the volunteers children and plays ever so well with them. Please like and share to help him find his forever home