Introduction to Galgos del Sol, Murcia, Spain

Please spare a thought for the galgos of Spain.

Galgos del Sol (Murcia)


There is an ABSOLUTE NEED to highlight the plight of galgos (Spanish hunting greyhounds) in Spain.


This blog is to help the refuge, Galgos Del Sol in Murcia, Costa Blanca.

Website is

Facebook page is

Galgos del Sol is dedicated to every galgo espanol; those who made it and sadly those who didn’t.

They are a registered rescue based in Murcia, Spain that rescues abandoned and injured galgos (Spanish hunting greyhounds), rehabilitates them and finds them forever homes in the UK and other parts of Europe.

Thousands of galgos are abandoned or killed annually at the end of each short hunting season and as they are not always viewed as potential pets in Spain, they usually end up in perreras (pounds), where their lives are ended, often not in ways we would consider humane.

Galgos del Sol…

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3 thoughts on “Introduction to Galgos del Sol, Murcia, Spain

    • You’re very welcome! Keep up the good work. Is there any way you can transfer your posts on the old blog onto the new one? WordPress gets a lot of traffic. But if not, don’t worry. I’m sure you’ll do a great job for the galgos! I’ve been slipping lately with posts on mine. I think the trick is not to be too worried about everything being perfect! Just say/show what you want to and publish!!


      • There are four years of posts on the Eye on Spain blog so no, all I can do is post the link which I have a few times. Today I’ve been trying to learn how to do certain things, it’s a minefield on here. I’m used to but was advised to use WordPress. Thanks for your encouragement.

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