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The endless rescue work of Angie McCready, on the Costa Blanca

Angie moved to the Southern Costa Blanca inland from Alicante 9 years ago from the UK. She hadn't realized the plight of dogs here until she arrived. She was shocked, outraged, and felt she needed to do something. She was soon bottle feeding puppies that had been found dumped in bins, picking up strays from the street, and finding them new homes. Many didn't even go any further than Angie's home... She's a confirmed failed fosterer on more than one occasion. At the last count she has 11 ranging from quite small dogs to a Spanish Mastiff who is the gentlest dog ever.

Libby & her brother, Luke, you cannot help but love this pair
19 March 2014 @ 11:02

I first wrote about Libby & Luke in here, (the 'Spanish animals that need help' blog) before I started this blog solely for Angie's work.

Please do read it .. (just click on the blue text that says 'here' above) .. as it'd take ages to rewrite it all with the many photographs I added there.

Unbelievably this wonderful pair are still with Angie. They are inseparable ..brother & sister .. but need a home or homes.  

They are now around 6 months old. Both have been spayed/castrated. They are vaccinated plus have passports, all ready for a new life. Libby has been diagnosed with Leish but it can be controlled by daily tablet cheaply. 

 

 

If you are looking for a special pair of dogs .. although Libby and Luke can be homed separately ..  they would make an ideal pair for a home with space for 2.

These 2 cross Galgo GSD's have lovely natures, are highly intelligent and are super sweet dogs. They were rescued last summer and deserve a home of their own just like their siblings now have.

 

 

 

Please contact either Angie on angie_mccready@hotmail.com

or Actin on admin@actin-spain.com



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