This gorgeous girl is Mayka, 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed. We’ll never know how an animal feels being kept in a 2m x 2m cage, fighting to survive and surrounded by many other dogs in the same situation, suffering from fear and stress.

Mayka arrived at the dog-pound in Northern Spain a few weeks ago. She looks like Sarp’s sister, but she isn’t. Regardless, she also looks like a little fox. She is of medium size, weighs 13kg and seems to be a mixed breed of German Shepherd and a smaller breed.

Mayka was caught by the dog catchers on the street and brought to the pound. Therefore we don’t have any information about her past or previous life. She is a bit shy, but super friendly and sociable with other dogs. She shares the kennel with Sarp, with whom she gets along very well. Its future adopter will have to have patience to earn her trust.

She is just starting her life and we are looking for an experience family that is able to provide all the necessary requirements for an active dog like her, including long walks, runs, socialisation with other dogs, and the provision of stimuli to satisfy both her physical and physiological needs.

Mayka hasn’t and also can’t be tested with cats, children or other animals apart of dogs. She is spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, with passport, microchip and negative blood test results of all the Mediterranean diseases and ready to travel to England/Wales (NOT Scotland) as soon as her forever home comes forward.

If you’d like to increase your family with our beautiful little Mayka, please get in touch with us.

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TeLuMa’s Dream

For further details regarding adopting a dog from TeLuMa’s Dream, please email Olga, Jessica or Greta at telumasdream@gmail.com or visit our website www.telumasdream.co.uk. We are a Spanish voluntary organization which rescues primarily dogs from a public pound in Galicia, in Northern Spain, where the dogs instead of living, are trying to survive. 99% of the dogs are strays or have been abandoned by their owners on the street. The dogs are a variety of breeds and come in all shapes and sizes! We are funded entirely by donations and work hard in our free time to help rescue and rehome as many dogs as possible. With your help we can continue our work and provide food, bedding, medical supplies and care for the dogs until they are well enough to find their forever homes. All dogs rehomed via TeLuMa’s Dream are microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, deflead and spayed/neutered if old enough, if not the adoption contract will stipulate that this is done as soon as old enough and this will be checked with your vet. We re-home dogs to England and Wales and in some exceptions also to Scotland, if it’s specified like that on the dog’s description. Our aim is to pair each dog with the right new owner, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life. Therefore all potential adopters will be asked to complete a questionnaire. Also a homecheck is carried out and a video call to adoption. Please note that we never reserve dogs in advance of our full process having been carried out. We reserve all final decisions on compatible dogs until after the home visit, so please bear in mind that your application will be considered a general application for adoption until final confirmation has been given by both adopter and Teluma's Dream. We offer a full rescue back up service to all our adopters and post-adoption support, which includes a Facebook support group and free behavioral advice.
Please also be aware that all dogs who are adopted through TeLuMa’s Dream remain part of our extended family throughout their lifetime. We ask for regular updates during the settling in period following their adoption, and for an ongoing quarterly updates and follow ups after that for the duration of the dogs whole life. We are committed to our dogs and our forever families and this allows us to support you and your dog, but at the same time, knowing how the dogs are, receiving updates and keeping us informed is also the reward for all the efforts, time and costs that are involved in saving each dog. If you feel happy with this level of communication then we would be happy to hear from you.

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