Update Pilarica, 10-05-2017 : This small, sweet Podenco girl was allowed to come to The Netherlands more than 2 years ago. She had been dumped in Spain and spent more than 2 years in the shelter. How nice for her to get a new life in the Netherlands! It seemed that she had found her safe home for the rest of her life. Unfortunately, her new owners wanted to get rid of her two years later, she didnt fit in their changed lives anymore. They even advertised her free of charge on Marketplace. Why they have done this remains a mystery, fortunately, did we notice it in time. A sweet lady has taken her over, but there is Pilarica - who is now called Perra, not in the right place either. She is inside a very quiet dog, who likes laying on her dog bed in the bench. The youngest son of 4 years old is just too busy for her. With whom can Perra really grow old? Preferably in a quiet family, with little children, where she neednt be home alone for a long time. Other dogs arent a problem, although she really doesnt want to play. Perra is so submissive. She doesnt like cats. Also, a well-closed garden, terrace or balcony are important. She still remains a Podenco? Perra is fond of hugging and she is happiest if she is comfortable with you. She is neatly housebroken and knows the commands Perra Waits and Perra Basket. She is really a very sweet little dog! Original text : Pilarica is one of the many Podencos who was not suitable for hunting. Running and playing were the only things she was interested in, not chasing other animals ! So she was dumped next to the highway but luckily noticed in time by the Spanish environmental police, Seprona. They brought her to us. She had a chip, we contacted the owners, because you never know, maybe she ran away, maybe people were looking for her... Almost immediately we understood that we were talking to (bloody) hunters, they didn?t want to have anything to do with her, ?totally useless? was the only comment they could give... Horrible people ! Pilarica is a very affectionate dog but a little bit restless, she needs to have her space and possibility to run. She is not a dog to be kept in an apartment. She likes to play and learns new things easily, she would be a good candidate for a dog sport, if you ask us? Who has some space for this lovely lady ?
Pilarica has been virtually adopted by Hannelore Glibert.
Pilarica has already found a new home in Netherlands!
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