Adopt a dog

Adopt a dog

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Living in Spain?
The procedure for adopting one of the refuge dogs is quite simple:

  1. Decide which animal you would like to adopt. Remember to think about how suitable your home is for a pet.
  2. Email the GPAR team and advise them which animal you would like to rehome.
  3. You will be asked to complete and forward the pre-adoption questionnaire to check your suitability for an animal.
  4. Once you have been accepted as an “adoptor” you will be asked to complete and forward the adoption contract to the GPAR team. You will need to provide proof of your identity, ID card, passport etc.
  5. After all the paperwork has been completed you will then be asked to make a donation to cover a proportion of veterinary fees incurred by the refuge on your new pet, for example for spaying, castration. This is vital to allow the refuge to continue its work helping animals in distress.
  6. Once the donation has been received you will be able to either collect your new family pet or they can be sent to you using “Shipping Dog @ MRW” or sent via a personal delivery. The timing will need to be agreed with the Refuge.

Don't speak Spanish?

Our English speaking Adoption Group has been set up to help re-home some of our dogs in the UK and other European countries as well as here in Spain!

We are able to transport any of our dogs to the UK on DEFRA registered and approved road transport direct from here to your door and will also be able to help transport dogs to other parts of Spain and Europe. It does of course cost to adopt one of our dogs as there are transport costs, neutering and preparation to get each dog ready for travel all of which will need to be paid by the adopter.

Please contact us by email , , for more information on how our adoption process works and for adoption fees which will include transportation and will depend of where you live.

If you want to visit the GPAR shelter to look at the animals available for adoption then you will need to call or email in advance to arrange an appointment.

Contact the Spanish team (adoptions) View animals for adoption (Spanish)

GPAR correspondence address:
C/ Granada, 32-2º 14960 RUTE (CORDOBA), SPAIN
Phone: +34 649 220 494

Visit GPAR Dog Rehoming Facebook Group for news about dogs for adoption (English).

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7 hours ago

GPAR Adopt a Dog
All of these podencos have been with us for more than a year. So many dogs have come and gone, but they are still waiting. They are all ready for their forever homes and will make super pets! ... ...MoreLess
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1 day ago

GPAR Adopt a Dog
Approximate date of birth: 08.04.2016 - 2 yrs
Child friendly: can be tested
Cat friendly: can be tested
Breed: Labrador X Podenco
Medium size - female
Entered the refuge: 02.10.2017

LINA is a stunning Labrador X Podenco with the best looks of both breeds.. She has a wonderful white and sandy coloured coat and such a pretty face.

Another gorgeous girl who would make some family very happy. Lina was incredibly shy when she arrived at the refuge with her brother PAU. She was very frightened of people, but with regular meals and the friendly and patient volunteers, she has come out of her shell and is learning to make friends with humans. She goes out for regular walks with our brilliant volunteers and is learning to ask for affection from them. She needs to build on her confidence with a patient family to be the perfect pet we know she can be.

We think she should live with another dog in the home so she can learn the ropes from him or her.

LINA and her brother PAU are two dogs that had been abandoned in a local village for over 1 year .

They survived by scavenging for food and taking shelter where they could find it. The local villagers would throw them scraps but no one wanted to take them into their own homes.

They are both beautiful dogs and in need of a better life. The refuge is a safe and secure place for them but it is no substitute for a loving home.

LINA is neutered, vaccinated and has a passport and microchip.

If you think you would like to be her new family, please send us a message above, or email us at
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