Important Site Update
So far this year we have rehomed 80 pups and dogs to the UK and Germany, all direct to adopters. This is taking up most of our time; as a result it has not been possible to keep this site fully updated. All up to date information is on our facebook page. Please use the link on the left or click here for the latest information.
The Pups New In page is woefully out of date and been temporarily suspended so will not appear on the menu.
Marmite and her pups.
Some of you that live here in Albox will know of Marmite, the little dog that gets fed at Bar Lepanto, Lulu's, TC's Bar and many other places along Avd. Lepanto. We have been trying to find her pups, following her and asking around for weeks, then today a man showed us photos of a dog with pups living on waste ground off one of the side streets. Yes, sure enough it was Marmite with her litter of 5. The man drove Chris to the place where he had seen them and she managed to pick them all up, Marmite, 2 girls and 3 boys about 8 weeks old. The pups are in good condition with full tums, but were covered in fleas, they are now settling in at their foster home, where they have been treated tor ticks, fleas and full of worms. They will now be kept in quarantine for 2 weeks to make sure they are 100% healthy and not carrying any infections; after that they will be vaccinated and ready to go to new loving homes.
Marmite has now been homed with a lovely English couple here in Albox and 1 female has also been homed here. The 3 boys will be going to the UK next week and the last female is going to Holland, also next week. A happy ending for them all; this is what makes it all worth while but they are the lucky ones.
Hello, Pepsi here again. Well, the nice vet Pepe took me to Alicante for my operation and; although I am still not putting my full weight on my leg, my hip does feel a lot better. 415 euros was raised, so I have been neutered as well (I guess that’s why my other bits were sore for a few days.)
I have also been adopted by Bob and Norma. They have given me a lovely forever home with a big garden; they are my forever Mum and Dad and I love them very much.
I would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who helped me by giving the money to make me whole again and giving me the chance to be a happy, loved little dog.
Opal/Pepper in her new home
About one month ago we adopted little opal from your organisation. We took her with us to belgium and she's doing very good ! She has grown alot! And is starting to be house trained. She's now dry 3 nights in a row. Also we renamed her to 'Pepper'. We have been told you had pictures of her when she was little ? Is it possible to send them through ? Enclosed are some recent pictures of her.
Keep up the good work over there !
Puppy Rescue Mission Statement
The mission of Puppy Rescue is to provide a means of caring and homing for the abandoned, abused and neglected puppies in our designated area.
Our Vet doing monthly health checks and vaccinations on our Pups.
Pudsey update. 18 months on.
Pudsey came to visit us. His new Mum and Dad love him to bits and have taken great care of him and he has grown into a fine, handsome dog.
Thank you Jan and Keith for letting us all see Pudsey again and giving him such a good home.