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  1. Today we got a call from a lady in Barbarroja who had a young pup outside her house for 3 days….she asked for our  help. We went down and picked the lovely girl up and currently have her at a foster house until we can get posters up and check for a chip. 

    Also had great response from new adverts a lady rang after the TIM advert and has adopted Max – such good news that’s 2 dogs in 2 weeks from these new publications. 

    Yesterday a couple rang and brought a young beagle looking dog to Sam with harness still on and flee collar. We did some posters and sam put her in her car to walk around frailes but never made it as the puppy managed to lock her out of her car while the keys were in it and the engine running….anyway 20euros and an hour later she got back in the car (it was in the middle of the road) and her owners turned up at Sue and Daves looking for the dog had been for 3 days and were sent to Sue’s as someone known for working with animals. Anyway alls well that ends well the puppy is back with very grateful Spanish owners!  

    Currently we have 6 dogs needing a home but we are getting more and more calls everyday! 

    Feb 2nd - we went over and took photos of Poppy the lovely little black dog found. Spoke to a lady who called following an advert in coast rider and hopefully getting poppy down to see her as lady cannot drive. Poppy off to the vet tomorrow for a check up. 

    Looks like we may have homed Poppy which is brilliant going to Guardamar for a viewing next Wednesday. In the meantime Colin found a handsome lovely dog he has named Red tied to a bin! He is looking for a home if you know anyone. 

    Feb 5th - Alfie and Barby were taken to the vet. As suspecte Barby doesn't have a chip and Alfie needed his final injection before going to his new home. 

    The weekend saw Chica being picked up from her foster home they could no longer keep her after much upset and deliberation Chica went to Sam's house and the weekend was spent walking her around the hondon's trying to find her a loving home. 

    Feb 9th - Red has found a new home. We are so pleased a lady from La Marina called having seen him on the internet and he was adopted yesterday. 

  2. We have been called out to rescue a 7 month old puppy from the bins and found a small 2 year old wandering down the middle of the road in Frailes. We are seeking a home for the puppy and managed to find the owners of the little girl. 


    Steve our committee member went around putting up posters of the puppy (Alfie) to see if we could trace any owners. We took Alfie to the vets no microchip and so he has had his first jab and we are actively seeking a home for him. 

    Steve also adopted a cat this month. 

    We have been busy putting posters of all our dogs needing a home in La Romana, Nieves, Frailes and Aspe and have contacted The Leader, The Costa Blanca News and The Inland Magazine trying to get more advertising. 

    We helped a spanish couple try and find their 2 lost dogs doing posters and putting on the web site. They went missing on 27th December and great news is they were found in Pinoso yesterday (not by us). 

    A busy weekend! We had a call to help a young, large dog who we have named Max. We went and got him and took him to the vet as he was a bit lame and the couple who found him are kindly fostering him for us whilst we try and home him.  We took a call about 2 young dogs living outside somebodys house for over a week so went along and collected them. 

    Tuesday saw a trip to the vet for Alfie (needs a home) he had ripped his dew claw and had to have it removed and one of the alsatians we homed in December (Bruce) to be castrated. 

    We have been asked to trap 3 semi-feral cats so the owners of the property can have them sterilised so are working on how we are going to do that! 

    There is a shelter in crisis in Callosa de Segura, 80 dogs living on stone floors in a derelict building with no heat or even glass in the windows. There were 7 puppies living there and we managed to get 2 of them out of that awful environment to a new home. 

    A busy final week to January. We are now in the Inland Mag, the Coast Rider, The Costa Blanca News, the Euro weekly and on www.businessfreeads.com and  www.spanimal.org. 

    Had an enquiry about Alfie from a lady in Seville who is coming to see him with a view to adoption so good old internet it really works! We have picked up a beautiful Breton Spaniel puppy and she is currently being fostered and also a lovely little dog we have named poppy in La Romana. Moving forward with becoming legal and generally things are getting exciting. 
  3. We are currently in discussion with a Belgium organisation that will take dogs back to Belgium for new homes. They go on a website for adoption and when chosen are shipped back. This is an exciting development as we are struggling to get any fosterers and not many people are looking for a new dog at the moment - actually its the opposite! 


    We will be reporting very soon on what we achieved in 2009 and are currently investigating becoming a legal charity. 
  4. Thank you to everyone who came to the HOVAR coffee morning today. We would also like to thank all the people who baked cakes for us. We raised 286e. Our next event will be Sat 20th Oct at Tipsy Terrace 10am the Fun Dog Show. Please support even if not entering a dog. All support is greatly appreciated.