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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.

Sophie and her nine puppies all need homes
26 October 2015 @ 09:51

Continuing on from my previous post,

This is beautiful Sophie who is a large white Podenca. She was rescued at the eleventh hour from a killing shelter along with her 9 beautiful puppies.

She is a big girl with a big heart. Very soft and affectionate and longing to be loved. We think Sophie is less than 2 years old. She will be starting her vaccinations very soon as now her puppies are weaned, then she will be spayed.

Please consider Sophie. 

She gets on with other dogs and doesnt seem to be bothered by the cat. shes perfect on a lead and doesn't pull. She is extremely loving, gentle and affectionate and learns commands very quickly. 

We are near Alicante, but once she is ready Sophie can travel out of Spain around Christmas.

Angie's contact email is



Sophies puppies, now 6 weeks old here, 5 boys and 4 girls, Soon they will be having their first vaccinations.

They are all adorable, very loving and gentle and are looking for their furever homes.

We are near Alicante, but they can travel out of Spain as soon as they are ready at 4 months of age. x



Angie's contact email is


Angie relies on public funding, please give something towards her looking after all the foster dogs & their puppies that she gladly takes on.

Paypal address for Angie is



Please follow Angie's public Facebook page where there's always lots to read about.

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