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IN HONOUR AND APPRECIATION OF ALL RESCUERS OF THIS COUNTRY WHO DEDICATE THEIR LIFES TO SAVE GALGO’S LIFES

www.scoobymedina.org Nov/14/2019

It is not easy to rescue a Galgo. It is a task that requires infinite patience and it usually takes a lot of time and perseverance. Sometimes it can even take months. One must keep track of the dog, try to get a food routine going, so it won’t leave the area, run like mad when there’s news of a dog being seen in a place like the middle of a road, crossing a motorway or in any other situation of imminent danger, trying to prevent the worst. There are many who end up run over.
It depends on how scared, wary and hungry they are. We try to draw them close in different ways. Some, a small number, only require a few days or weeks, as was the case with Arturo. We managed to make him get in the car and today this once skinny galgo is a therapy dog in the USA.
For the most difficult cases we have to set up a cage, which usually means waiting for hours or days and food isn’t always enough to lure them in, we often need to try different methods.
There are numerous dogs whose story doesn’t have a happy ending, like Princess for whom we didn’t arrive in time.
What is very easy for some people, and is often done without a moment of thinking, is abandoning a galgo to its fate, knowing full well that it has very little chance of surviving by itself.
For others this results in many sleepless nights, many headaches, a lot of time commitment, a great deal of patience and a lot of suffering. Although the ones who really suffer are them, the galgos.
This is the reality we live in. We, who are dedicated to trying to get to them before they die under the wheels of a car…

DEDICADO A TODOS LOS RESCATISTAS DE ESTE PAĂŤS QUE DEDICAN HORAS Y HORAS, DĂŤAS TRAS DĂŤAS SALVANDO VIDAS No es fácil rescatar a un galgo. Es una tarea de mucha paciencia, requiere por lo general mucha constancia, a veces tardamos meses… hay que seguir su pista, conseguir hacer una rutina de comida que no siempre es posible para que no se vaya de una zona, salir corriendo cuando hay algĂşn aviso de que ha sido visto en un lugar…en medio de una carretera, cruzando una autovĂ­a o en alguna situaciĂłn de peligro inminente para intentar disuadirle. Son muchos los que mueren atropellados.Depende del grado de miedo, desconfianza, hambre… le intentamos persuadir de distintas maneras, algunos, los menos, solo requieren unos dĂ­as o semanas como fue el caso de Arturo que conseguimos que subiera al coche tan delgado como estaba y vive ahora en EEUU y es galgo de terapia. Para los casos mas difĂ­ciles hay que poner la jaula, lo que suele suponer horas o dĂ­as de espera y no siempre la comida consigue hacerles entrar, entonces se hace necesario probar distintas maneras de utilizarla.Muchos son los que no tienen un final feliz como fue el caso de Princesa para la que no llegamos a tiempo.Lo que para algunos es muy fácil y se hace en un momento, dejar abandonado a un galgo a su suerte, sabiendo que tiene muy pocas posibilidades de sobrevivir por sus propios medios, para otros nos supone muchos desvelos, muchos quebraderos de cabeza, mucho tiempo, mucha paciencia y mucho sufrimiento, aunque los que de verdad lo padecen son ellos.Esta es la realidad que vivimos los que nos dedicamos a tratar de cogerles antes de que mueran atropellados.www.scoobymedina.org////////////////////////////////////////////IN HONOUR AND APPRECIATION OF ALL RESCUERS OF THIS COUNTRY WHO DEDICATE THEIR LIFES TO SAVE GALGO’S LIFESIt’s not easy to rescue a galgo. It’s a task that requires infinite patience and it usually takes a lot of time and perseverance. Sometimes it can even take months. One must keep track of the dog, try to get a food routine going, so it won’t leave the area, run like mad when there’s news of a dog being seen in a place like the middle of a road, crossing a motorway or in any other situation of imminent danger, trying to prevent the worst. There are many who end up run over. It depends on how scared, wary and hungry they are. We try to draw them close in different ways. Some, a small number, only require a few days or weeks, as was the case with Arturo. We managed to make him get in the car and today this once skinny galgo is a therapy dog in the USA. For the most difficult cases we have to set up a cage, which usually means waiting for hours or days and food isn’t always enough to lure them in, we often need to try different methods.There are numerous dogs whose story doesn’t have a happy ending, like Princess for whom we didn’t arrive in time. What is very easy for some people, and is often done without a moment of thinking, is abandoning a galgo to its fate, knowing full well that it has very little chance of surviving by itself. For others this results in many sleepless nights, many headaches, a lot of time commitment, a great deal of patience and a lot of suffering. Although the ones who really suffer are them, the galgos. This is the reality we live in. We, who are dedicated to trying to get to them before they die under the wheels of a car.www.scoobymedina.org

Posted by Protectora y Santuario Scooby on Wednesday, November 13, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

How to adopt from Scooby

Apart from financial support, you can help us by adopting one of our many dogs. Generally speaking Galgos are the perfect pets who adjust easily to their new environment, who hardly bark and seldom pull the leash. In most countries these dogs are not allowed to walk without a leash as a result of their strong hunting instinct. However these dogs need enough exercise, especially when they are young. If you consider adopting a Galgo you therefore need to spend enough time walking the dog and giving him or her your attention. Don’t like Galgos? We have every type of dog or cat you can think of.

Before leaving the Scooby shelter all dogs and cats are:

  • spayed/neutered
  • vaccinated for rabies, distemper, parvovirus, leptospirosis, adenovirus (hepatitis)
  • blood tested – Mediterranean diseases. Cats are vaccinated, but not blood tested unless specifically requested
  • microchipped

All of this is documented in the European Pet Passport and validated by a licensed veterinarian.

More Information

Living in Spain

If you live in Spain, please contact our shelter for more information.
Telephone: (+31) 983481065
E-mail: seguimientos@scoobymedina.org


Photo Dec/2012 “Founder and President of Scooby, FermĂ­n PĂ©rez MartĂ­n, with another rescued Galgo”


Photo June/2018 “FermĂ­n with new rescued Galgos from Sevilla; all are looking for a Home”

LIVING ABROAD – INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION

Scooby has set up an adoption-program in cooperation with local Scooby offices and rescue organizations in Europe. Throughout the year, Scooby transports dogs and cats to the cooperating organizations, located in Belgium, France, Germany, Holland, Italy and Switzerland. We also have volunteers coming from the USA and bring back dogs for adoption through their rescue organizations, located in Colorado, Virginia, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts. Each organization has its own set of adoption policies and rules which are followed for each adoption.
For more information about adopting:
Dogs for adoption http://bit.ly/2oa355c
Website: www.scoobymedina.org adoption
Email: seguimientos@scoobymedina.org
Phone : +34 983481065

Email :

For an international adoption please send us an email: seguimientos@scoobymedina.org
Spanish: refugio@scoobymedina.org
English: info@scoobymedina.org
German:  de@scoobymedina.org
French:  fr@scoobymedina.org
Dutch:  info@scoobymedina.org
Italian: it@scoobymedina.org

 

INFO ADOPTION

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www.scoobymedina.org / adoption