Spaniards with their Galgos

Andalucia, may 2003
These three guys are walking Galgos and Greyhounds. When you let a dog walk free in the period between september and march the police will give you a very large fine.
Valladolid, april 2003
He has traveled 30 Km to bring his greyhound to a vet.
Andalucia, may 2003
Podencos in a Gipsy area, chained to the cars.
Madrid, may 2003
We found a Galgo and brought it to Scooby
Madrid, may 2003
She was very hungry and she wasn't afraid of hands.
Toledo, may 2003
This Galgo (we named him skunk because of his terrible odour) was very afraid, it took us half an hour to lure and catch him, after which we brought him to Scooby.
He has been adopted and was placed by GreyhoundsinNood Belgium
Valladolid, april 2003
We weren't able to catch this Galgo which we found 25 Km away from Scooby

Valladolid, april 2003
Julian offered us this blue Galgo, we brought him to Scooby where he was adopted and placed by GreyhoundsinNood Belgium.

 
Near Albecete may 2003
Five Galgos and two Podencos
The black dog entered the Galgorace you can see photos here
Near Albecete may 2003
Two Podencos under the carriage for shade.
Near Albecete may 2003
Andalucia, may 2003
A gipsy-area where Galgos walk unleashed, we were warned not to take dogs from this area by Renee Fortuin, Spokeswoman of PAWS for the Netherlands.
Andalucia, may 2003
Andalucie, Vera
November 2003

Alicante
November 2003

This man was hunting for snails.

Central Spain
October 2003

This dog was living in the streets and we couldn't capture him.

Andalucia, Vera
November 2003

Albacete
November 2003

These dogs live on the local scrapheap. We have seen many of these dumps in Spain, it seems there is no regulation regarding litter.

Andalucie, Vera
November 2003

A Galgo enjoying the afternoon sun in a Roma's camp.

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