Sunday, October 9, 2011

Number of dogs being abandoned has soared

According to an article in The Telegragh the number of dogs being abandoned has risen to its highest level in more than a decade in the UK. Though there are no statistics in Tenerife , the refuges are having many more dogs being brought in over the last few years and its becoming increasingly difficult too find space for these strays in the shelters.

So if you are thinking of adopting a dog there are plenty of doggies in the shelters who would love to become part of your family.

Here are few doggies who are looking for homes, and do check out the shelters websites.


A female puppy, who will grow to small/medium please ring  Marion at Accion-Del-Sol on 922 77 86 30 or visit the refuge between Monday and Friday from 3 to 6 pm. If you are interested in adopting this sweetie.

 Live Arico

Bina  needs a home with a garden,terrace. Bina has had an operation and can't control her pee pee all the Eugenio at Live Arico on 649 001 907 email


Aramis is one years old, castrated, a very active dog . Contact Chantal at Madat shelter on 636 126 766  Website


Marley is a mix breed dog, around 5 months old, he will be a large adult. Friendly and obedient. Telephone: +34 608 121

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