Ralph is a puppy and is the result of the irresponsibility and lack of animal awareness that continues in Spain.
He is just 4 months old and considered no good, ‘surplus,’ and worthless.
Thankfully he was saved from a horrific fate by the wonderful people of Galgos en Familia, where he is now having all the love and care he should have had from birth.
Ralph is a typical puppy, very active, restless and curious. He needs time to play and needs to be taught how to live in a home. He’s a love puppy and loves to be with humans.
He is dinky now, but will grow!
If you are interested, please understand the energy, time and commitment required for a puppy and make sure you are completely certain you can fulfill the needs. That could mean months of housetraining, in addition to sleepless nights and helping them gain confidence in the world. It means supporting them through adolescence which can be very challenging. Please also understand that puppies are excitable, but need calm and sleep. A busy home can be too excitable for a young pup and they can very easily become over stimulated.
Ralph can live with a cat and we feel he would be best suited to a family who have another dog.
As yet, Ralph does not have a foster home – until we have one he is unable to travel to the UK for rehoming.
Adopting or fostering a dog is hugely enjoyable and rewarding, but it’s also a lot of work, and it’s a big decision. Below are the 3 steps involved in the process of either adoption or fostering. Step 1 is to learn what’s involved; about Project Galgo, about adoption and about fostering. Step 2 is to contact us for more information and we’ll discuss everything with you. The final step is to fill out either the adoption or fostering forms and officially start the process. These forms are in depth, and may take you some time to fill out. It is recommended you do this on a laptop or desktop computer. It is required that you fill out every field, the forms will not submit if questions are skipped.