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Help for dogs from Spain: This is how the mediation works


In our first guide on "Help for Dogs from Spain" we reported on why it makes sense to adopt a four-legged friend from the sunny country. The second part is about the "how". Dogs from Spain, for example, are mediated via the Internet - Image: Shutterstock / eurobanks

Help for dogs from Spain in the case of adoption usually begins with mediation via the Internet. Those who do not want to or cannot go on the trip themselves to pick up their protégé can be informed online thanks to numerous aid organizations and can organize the transport for an animal in need.

Search agencies can find numerous dog outlets for dogs from Spain. In addition to information about animals to be conveyed, you will usually also find information about possible sponsorships, donations and adoption processes there.

Help for dogs from Spain: the first contact

If you have found an animal that could be a good fit for your family and you would like to give a home, you can contact the organization by email, contact form or phone.

The animal may already be in Germany. If not, the staff will inform you of the expected arrival of the animal. This is usually followed by a visit by animal mediators to their home.

A nice new home for your dog

Before an animal is brought to Germany, it should be ensured that it always comes to a beautiful, loving and species-appropriate home. Reputable animal welfare organizations generally want to convince themselves of this and get to know you.

How are the living conditions for the dog, how well do you know about dogs, does the whole family agree with the adoption of animals and does your landlord approve the dog keeping? If so, there is nothing wrong with your long-awaited four-legged friend being brought to Germany as soon as possible and moving in with you.

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Health and protection contract

A trustworthy animal agency will give you precise information about the health of the animal. Your dog should be vaccinated, dewormed and tested for diseases such as leishmaniasis, an infection that is very common in the Mediterranean, before arrival. When you pick up your four-legged friend, it should be equipped with a blue EU pet passport. It contains information about the vaccinations and the chip number of your new pet.

In addition to a protection fee, many animal welfare associations also want to protect the brokered animals with a protection contract. Since many dogs have suffered enough in the course of their lives, part of this is to contribute to the fact that from now on you will only have it well.