We now have a mix of Spanish, British and other European volunteers working at the refuge. All the Spanish volunteers have full time jobs, mostly within teaching professions and the majority of the other volunteers are either retired or have their own businesses in Spain . The volunteers run the refuge entirely in their spare time and do all the hard physical work to keep the refuge a safe and comfortable home for up to 80 dogs at a time. They also spend time playing with and giving the dogs love and affection. This socialization helps to make it easier for the dogs to find “forever” homes.
Want to join the team? If you feel you could spend some time helping with the demanding work at the refuge then please complete the form below or contact Gaynor on email@example.com , and we will pass your details onto the refuge co-ordinator.