Harry, Prince of Hounds, needs a home.
With a zest for life and attractive reddish-brown colouring, this dog is on a mission to sniff out a loving family he can call his own. Harry is a Brittany Spaniel around 2-4 years of age. We´ll never know why he landed up in the stray dog facility in the village of Consell other than he was found wandering scared and all alone, but without a microchip it was inevitable he wouldn´t find his way “back home”. Quite likely he´s yet another abandoned hunting dog.
Harry is typical of a Brittany; handsome, intelligent, sensitive, willing to please and responsive to a calm and friendly voice. He´s also athletic and agile, he is great around strangers, peaceful with other dogs and doesn´t like to be left alone. He´s a prince of a companion dog, wrapped up in a medium-sized package, the size and style you can take everywhere! Harry will be neutered, micro chipped and vaccinated prior to adoption.
If you can provide a loving home and are looking for an energetic family dog that thrives on exercise in the great outdoors but is happy to curl up for a cuddle, then Harry might be just the dog for you.
Please make your adoption enquiries to Sherry on 971 14 23 11 or email email@example.com
Christmas is coming.
Christmas is on its way. Yes, we know, it’s come round quickly. The refuges and animal rescue centres have a very important Christmas message for you this year: please don’t buy an animal as a present this Christmas. Every year during January and February unwanted puppies and kittens who were presented as presents at Christmas and Three Kings are taken to the refuges if they are lucky, or abandoned at the council “kill pounds” if they’re not. If you are serious about getting a new addition to the family then waiting for a few weeks won’t hurt you.
Imagine how cold it is at some of the animal refuges and pounds around the island which have outdoor kennels and cages. If you can open your doors and foster an animal over the winter period then please get in touch with your local centre and ask them which animals need help. Alternatively if you can’t offer a warm place inside your home, then if you have some blankets or duvets you can donate then please do. The island’s refuges need your unwanted blankets! You can take them to the Salvation Army in Son Caliu, or take them directly to your local refuge.
About Pet Project.
Every week Pet Project aims to help to help an animal rescue organisation in Majorca to raise awareness and funds, or to help rehome or foster out an animal. Pet Project is a collaboration between the Majorca Daily Bulletin, the PR firm Phoenix Media, the animal refuges, and some of the island’s best professional and amateur photographers. If you can help then get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can see previous Pet Project articles and a listing of the refuges at http://www.petprojectmallorca.com