• Day 161: HUNTING A HUNTING DOG (part 1). Trying to catch an abandoned Galgo

    Feb 21 2013
    The town in which multiple abandoned Galgos had been seen

    The town in which multiple abandoned Galgos had been seen

    Could I spend a day trying to capture abandoned Galgos?

    How many abandoned Galgos are running loose throughout Spain anyway?

    How do you capture a very very fast Greyhound?

    How common is it to see tortured or dead Galgos?

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  • DAY 148: ARRIVAL IN SPAIN! I MEET MY FIRST GALGO DOGS

    Feb 08 2013
    Charlotte Del Rio and her pack of Galgos that she rescued. Without her they'd be dead.

    Charlotte Del Rio and her pack of Galgos that she rescued. Without her they’d be dead.

     

    SUFFERING VS HUMANITY ….HUMANITY WINS!

    Only a few hours after arriving here in Spain I feel inspired, touched, energised.

    I’m just outside Malaga, south of Spain, in small, rural ‘finca’  -or farm house – surrounded by rescued Galgos (Spanish Greyhound hunting dogs) and the family of Charlotte Del Rio, the woman responsible for giving these dogs a new life.

    (Ann, you are right it is a little bit sunnier here than London)

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