Raising Money To Help The Puppy Farm Mother’s

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The Pets In Spain animal charity has organised Easter Fayre events at both charity shops on Easter Saturday with an invitation for people to meet recently rescued mothers from a ruthless puppy farm breeder.

In recent months, and in collaboration with other animalista groups in Spain, they have rescued 70 puppy farm mothers and fathers. Tallulah is one of them, a Shih-Tzu with an old untreated injury, a broken jaw. She must have endured constant pain even while mothering her puppies, all of which were sold by the ruthless breeder whose only interest was the thousands of Euros raked in from sales.

Like all the others, Tallulah, age 4 years, was restrained in a filthy faeces covered cage and used purely as a puppy making machine. She needs three more surgical procedures on her jaw, also on her mammaries and sterilisation.
Four adult chihuahua mothers, each just 2/3 kilos, have multiple scars from previous caesarian births.

One of them is Oreo, and the reason for her health problems was revealed when the vets at the animal hospital in Guardamar operated on her last week. They discovered that during a previous caesarian procedure by person or persons unknown to extract puppies, her bladder, bowel and uterus were displaced causing twisted tubes, blockages and blood loss to her vital organs. At the animal hospital Oreo’s internal organs were realigned successfully and she has been sterilised.

All the rescued puppy farm dogs needed veterinary treatment and some of them have since been adopted, the others, including Tallulah and Oreo, are in caring foster homes and still under veterinary supervision funded by the charity.

The date for your diary to go along to show your support for the work the charity does and meet rescued puppy farm dogs at the Easter Fayre is Saturday March 31st at the Pets In Spain charity shop situated next door to the Hogs Head bar and grill, calle Francisco de Quevedo, urbanisation La Marina. Please take any items or other donations for the charity to use to raise funds. You can contact the charity on 645469253, or email info@petsinspain.com

Our sincere appreciation,

Yvonne Lewis
Pets in Spain Animal Association
CIF: G 54669262

 

Easter Fayre 2018

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Pets in Spain are having their annual Easter fayre! Come and meet the Puppy farm Mothers and enjoy a tombola, cakes, an Easter raffle, lots of special offers and much, much more!

Event takes place on Saturday 31st March between 11am until 2pm at both of our charity shops. Come and see us at our shop on avenida londres, near Barclay’s Properties then come to visit our shop on Calle francisco de Quevedo, next to the Hogs Head pub.

Pets in Spain are committed to the rescue and re homing of abandoned and displaced animals, and also run a very successful feral cat sterilization program in the La Marina area.

For more information about the Pets In Spain registered charity and the many different animal rescue and welfare projects please call 645 469 253 or email info@petsinspain.com. Website: www.petsinspain.com

We look forward to seeing you there!.

Puppy Farm Breeders Have Just Three Priorities…..Money, Money, Money!

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Many of these puppy farm businesses are hidden away in areas far from public view and criticism. A friend of the charity, a volunteer, patiently gained the trust of a ruthless breeder that had 100 dogs at their very private installation.

Subsequently he persuaded them take let him take away the most physically and mentally damaged mothers and fathers that have been kept in cages for years. In the past few months 70 of these used and abused puppy farm dogs were rescued and taken in by the Pets In Spain animal charity and other animalista groups that they collaborate with.

Last week the charity accepted into their care two more, a 5 year old Bichon Maltese with no eyes, and on the same day Shih Tzu mother with a violent traumatic injury, a fractured bottom jaw, believed to have been inflicted on her approx 2 years ago. Despite their suffering both were forcibly bred to create puppies to sell.

The rescued dogs are now being provided with the very best veterinary treatment paid for by Pets In Spain with their rehabilitation and socialisation being managed in volunteer foster homes. They now have names, Tabitha and Tallulah.

Pets In Spain animal charity has an ongoing campaign to rescue more long suffering puppy farm mothers and fathers and are appealing for sponsors and donations to help them with the mounting veterinary bills…

By bank transfer to the charity’s bank account:
Account Name: Pets in Spain
Bank: Sabadell
IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672
SWIFT/BIC: BSAB ESBB

Paypal to: info@petsinspain.com

Visit the charity’s web site at www.petsinspain.com or on Facebook: petsin.spain1.

A video of the two dogs featured in this article taken on the day of their rescue is on the Pets In Spain YouTube channel:
https://youtu.be/C8NJJrHyEzk

Our sincere thanks

Yvonne Lewis
The Pets In Spain team
www.petsinspain.com

 

Christmas Fayre 2017

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Pets in Spain are having their annual christmas fayre! Lots of stalls to browse round for Christmas gifts, jewellery, presents for pets, ladies glitz and evening wear, tarot readings, tombola, raffle, Christmas decorations and live music. Come and meet the past and present Pets In Spain dogs.

Event takes place on Tuesday 5th December between 11am until 3pm at The Posh Club La Marina Urbanisation. The link below will take you to The Posh Club’s Facebook page where you can find directions.

https://www.facebook.com/The-POSH-CLUB-399950216880068/

Pets in Spain are committed to the rescue and re homing of abandoned and displaced animals, and also run a very successful feral cat sterilization program in the La Marina area.

For more information about the Pets In Spain registered charity and the many different animal rescue and welfare projects please call 645 469 253 or email info@petsinspain.com. Website: www.petsinspain.com

We look forward to seeing you there!.

Charity Quiz Night

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Pets in Spain will be having a Charity Quiz Night with Quizmaster Mike. Tickets cost 7.50 Euros and this includes a choice of three meals.

Event takes place on Monday 25th of September from 7pm at El Bar, El Raso Urbansation, Guadamar. Tickets are available from Wendy Prokopowcz or directly from the bar. Booking is Essential as there are limited numbers available.

Pets in Spain are committed to the rescue and re homing of abandoned and displaced animals, and also run a very successful feral cat sterilization program in the La Marina area.

For more information about the Pets In Spain registered charity and the many different animal rescue and welfare projects please call 645 469 253 or email info@petsinspain.com. Website: www.petsinspain.com

Book now and we look forward to seeing you on the night.

Puppy Mill Mothers Rescued!

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Pets In Spain animal charity has rescued 3 more puppy farm mothers from an illegal puppy mill. Making a total of 16 recently rescued.

These dogs were made to endure a life of just pregnancy and puppies they were kept in cages in a filthy outdoor shed all of there lives and forcibly impregnated every six months to produce puppies to sell. Now aged 5-7 years they were to be discarded due to ill health and taken to a killing station.

Pets In Spain animal charity collaborates with animalista groups in Spain to free the puppy mill used and abused mothers and fathers and take them into foster homes. Provide them with all necessary veterinary treatment, care and rehabilitation.

One of these mothers has tumours in her mammary glands, this occurs frequently in un-spayed female dogs, another has proved positive for Leishmaniasis. When they are well enough all three need surgery which will include their sterilization. An appeal for donations to help the charity fund veterinary treatment for rescued puppy farm dogs has been launched. Pets In Spain is a registered charity in Spain run entirely by volunteers. They do not receive any local or regional government funding.

 

Charity registration CIF No. G-54669262

To donate by bank transfer or setup a monthly direct debit:
Account Name: Pets in Spain
Bank: Sabadell
IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672
SWIFT/BIC: BSAB ESBB

Donations by Paypal to info@petsinspain.com or please call 645469253 Email: info@petsinspain.com

Please take in any unwanted items for the charity to sell in the charity shop on La Marina urbanization. You can contact the charity on tel. 645469253 or email: info@petsinspain.com

Web site www.petsinspain.com

Pets In Spain Animal Charity Rescues 15 Dogs In One Day!

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Pets In Spain animal charity achieved a new statistical record when they rescued 15 dogs in one day, with 14 of them from an illegal puppy farm. The dogs rescued were not puppies, it was the discarded mothers and fathers, forced over the years to reproduce many litters. Most of them were kept permanently in cages, some have old untreated injuries, including broken bones, one is blind, another has just one eye, and others are in ill health and diseased needing long term veterinary treatment.

A Pets In Spain fund raising event has been organized at AJ’s bar on El Raso urbanization, located just off the Lemon Tree road near Guardamar, on Friday 30th June, from 12 midday to 3pm. There will be various stalls, a Raffle, Tombola, Angel Readings, hand made greetings cards and live music provided by guitar vocalist Tim Taylor. A few of the rescued puppy farm dogs will also be making an appearance.

If you cannot attend this event you can still support the charity’s work with animals by making a donation:

Bank account: Pets In Spain

Bank: Sabadell

IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672.

Paypal donations to: info@petsinspain.com

Please take in any unwanted items for the charity to sell in the charity shop on La Marina urbanization. You can contact the charity on tel. 645469253 or email: info@petsinspain.com

Web site www.petsinspain.com

Petiquette

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Our new patron Grant Harrold “The Royal Butler” has written and published his Petiquette blog. His top ten tips that all animal lovers need. He provided us with the following statement.

 

“As part of my new exciting role as a patron for Pets in Spain, I have created Petiquette exclusively for all pet lovers out there with my new top ten, 21st century rules for our cherished pets”
Grant Harrold “The Royal Butler”
Britain’s Etiquette Expert

 

We are sure you are all really excited to read Grant´s tips so just visit his Petiquette Blog and you can even leave a comment at the end of the blog.

 

We look forward to hearing your thoughts.

 

Charity web site: www.petsinspain.com

 

The charity is seeking donations to expand their animal rescue and welfare campaigns. To make a donation to Pets In Spain charity by bank transfer:

Account name: Pets In Spain

Bank: Sabadell

IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672

SWIFT/BIC: BSAB ESBB

 

Paypal donations to: info@petsinspain.com

 

To get in contact with the charity call 645469253 or email: info@petsinspain.com

 

Pets in Spain are committed to the rescue and re homing of abandoned and displaced animals, and also run a very successful feral cat sterilization program in the La Marina area.

For more information about the Pets In Spain registered charity and the many different animal rescue and welfare projects please call 645 469 253 or email info@petsinspain.com. Website: www.petsinspain.com

Pets In Spain welcomes Grant Harrold as their new Patron.

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Grant Harrold “The Royal Butler” lives at Highgrove and is a former member of the Royal Household of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Known as Britain’s official etiquette expert, both in the UK and around the world, he is the personal Aide to HRH Princess Katarina, (Cousin of HRH Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge). Grant Harrold has featured on many TV series for over 18 years as a commentator, broadcaster and presenter for TV and Radio. A Pets In Spain spokesperson said today “We are thrilled that Grant Harrold is supporting us and is now the patron of our charity. His protocols and high standards of service reflect our approach to animal rescue and rehoming. He is the ideal person to help us raise our profile and attain more support for our work helping animals in need”.

 

Pets In Spain charity receives no government funding and there is no RSPCA in Spain. A dedicated multi national team of volunteers not only rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals themselves, they provide help and assistance to others and via their collaborating veterinary clinics will underwrite vital veterinary treatment to animals rescued by members of the public. The charity also funds a feral cat TNR ( Trap, Neuter and Release) program, animal welfare awareness and publicity campaigns in different languages, they promote the beneficial and therapeutic effects animals can have on people of all ages, and manage a Dog Blood Donor register for when dogs need urgent blood transfusions.

 

Grant Harrold announces his patronage for Pets In Spain on his web site: https://www.theroyalbutler.co.uk/charities

 

Charity web site: www.petsinspain.com

 

The charity is seeking donations to expand their animal rescue and welfare campaigns. To make a donation to Pets In Spain charity by bank transfer:

Account name: Pets In Spain

Bank: Sabadell

IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672

SWIFT/BIC: BSAB ESBB

 

Paypal donations to: info@petsinspain.com

 

To get in contact with the charity call 645469253 or email: info@petsinspain.com

 

Pets in Spain are committed to the rescue and re homing of abandoned and displaced animals, and also run a very successful feral cat sterilization program in the La Marina area.

For more information about the Pets In Spain registered charity and the many different animal rescue and welfare projects please call 645 469 253 or email info@petsinspain.com. Website: www.petsinspain.com

Easter Fayre

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Pets in Spain will be having a Easter Fayre. There will be Homemade Easter cakes, Tombola stall and the chance to see their new range of summer clothing. The event also offers a glass of Cava or orange juice to help you enjoy the Fayre.

Event takes place Friday 14th April from 10am to 3pm at the Pets in Spain charity shop on Avenida Londres, Urbanisation La Marina. More information is available from Pets in Spain Charity shops based on Urbanisation La Marina.

Pets in Spain are committed to the rescue and re homing of abandoned and displaced animals, and also run a very successful feral cat sterilization program in the La Marina area.

For more information about the Pets In Spain registered charity and the many different animal rescue and welfare projects please call 645 469 253 or email info@petsinspain.com. Website: www.petsinspain.com