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04 Jul 2011 00:00 by martinm12 Star rating. 4 posts Send private message

  Is there THE RSPCA in spain our neighbours dog is left out on there baloney all day when there at work there above us in an apartment block it barks an crys all day long,

Then when they do come home the can be heard kicking it to shut it up as they them sleves cant stand the barking and crying  is this aloud in spain an is there anything we can do to stop this cruelty.





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04 Jul 2011 22:08 by wizzard2 Star rating in Costa Blanca. 32 posts Send private message

As far as I know you go to the police station and make a denouncia against the dogs owners,it is then up to the police to investigate





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04 Jul 2011 22:52 by EOS Team Star rating in In Spain of course!. 4017 posts Send private message

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Not sure if this thread is of any help but it has been discussed a few times.  Search for "barking dogs" in the search box above.

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05 Jul 2011 00:54 by campana Star rating in Marbella. 474 posts Send private message

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I cannot understand why people want to have a dog when they don't look after it and treat it well.  I hope you can contact the Asociación Protectora de Animales in your locality.

 

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05 Jul 2011 11:10 by joanmalaga Star rating in Costa del Sol. 421 posts Send private message

 Go to the police and put a denuncia, they will take care of it.

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05 Jul 2011 15:37 by foxbat Star rating in Granada. 1114 posts Send private message

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Just be aware that if the dog is removed by the authorities it will be taken to a perrera.

Life expectancy in such places is usually less than a week.

Thousands of dogs are euthanised in Spain every week and the methods used are not always humane indeed some are quite barbaric. The people who run the perreras are paid by the authorities for each removed animal and neither they nor the authorities have any  interest in the animals welfare.

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07 Jul 2011 15:55 by michael1985 Star rating. 7 posts Send private message

i dont understand y people have them





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