Pets in Spain animal charity has rescued three more puppy farm mothers from an illegal puppy mill;
making a total of 16 recently rescued. Made to endure a life of pregnancy and puppies the dogs
were kept in cages in a filthy outdoor shed all of their 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 animal groups in Spain to free puppy farm used and abused
mothers and fathers. The charity aims to take them into foster homes, provide them with all
necessary veterinary treatment, care and rehabilitation.
One of these mothers has tumours in a mammary gland, 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 sterilisation. 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. It does not receive any local
or regional government funding. The charity registration CIF No is: G-54669262. To donate by bank
transfer or setup a monthly direct debit the details are:
Account Name: Pets in Spain, Bank: Sabadell, IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672, SWIFT/BIC:
BSAB ESBB. Donations by Paypal to: or please call 645469253. Email: Web site: