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Advocates are working to find homes for Spanish greyhounds, or galgos, a breed traditionally valued for sport but often subject to horrible abuse.
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Spanish greyhounds, known as galgos, face frequent abuse and even violent death from some owners in Spain, where unscrupulous breeders raise the dogs for racing and hunting. An animal rights organization in Spain and a supporting group in Italy are working to rescue galgos and provide them with loving families. Paloma, one such dog, has found a new home in northeastern Italy.
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Spanish Greyhounds: Finding Loving Homes for Mistreated Dogs | National Geographic