Germany’s handy for Andi, May 07, 2012
PEOPLE often ask about our Accion del Sol refuge dogs now living inGermanyand, sometimes, we can provide the perfect answer.
For instance, here’s Andi, who went toGermanythree years ago as a little pup, and is obviously happy now and flourishing.
We have also sent Pinsel, the podenco, to a new home inGermany, but there are still about 30 more podencos awaiting new family.
The podencos are of all ages, colours and natures. They make excellent pets, and we urgently need to find them new homes. Please contact us or visit the refuge if you are interested in any of these dogs, or any of the others at the refuge.
Hope never dies for the Accion staff, and only last week they were delighted to see the adoption of a dog who had been in the refuge for six years.
He had been in a very bad way when taken in from another shelter which had been closed down, but had been restored to full health. A Belgian couple had been walking the dog over a period of time and had grown very fond of her.
They decided they couldn’t bear to be parted from her, so she now will end her days knowing just what a loving, caring home is all about.
There wasn’t a dry eye in the refuge the day she left to start her new life, and there are so many other cases which touch the hearts of those working at the refuge.
It’s that time of year again when we organise The Teide Challenge to raise money for Accion del Sol, so if anyone is interested in joining us on the walk to the peak of Mount Teide, then contact 922 778 630 for more information.
The date is yet to be confirmed, but it will be around the end of the month. The last two challenges have been successful and previous participants have all agreed that the views were amazing and, overall, it was a wonderful experience.
Please call the above number for more information about the dog sanctuary, or if you would like to help out in any way. Maybe you could do a spot of dog-walking if you have some time on your hands.
And any to spare towels and blankets you may have would be much appreciated by our inmates.
The refuge is situated at Poligono De Industrial Estate, Granadilla, Exit 51 on the TF1, directly next to ITER by the windmills, and it is open to the public Monday-Friday, from 3-6pm.
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