When Hunting Season Ends, These Dogs are Hanged, Tortured or Abandoned! (Video)

galgos with broken noose around neck

A hidden, widespread, culturally inherited cruelty
many tourists and Western Europeans don't know about!

A horrible and sad truth exists on the streets of Spain. Hidden and widespread, it's a culturally inherited cruelty many tourists and Western Europeans know nothing about!

Helpless Spanish Greyhounds, called Galgos, are mass bred for the sport of hare coursing. Surviving without adequate care and food, they are brutally trained for the sport, receiving no love or comfort from their breeders or handlers during their brief lifetime.

Over 50,000 Dogs are Tortured and Killed Every Year For A Cruel Spanish Tradition!

And when hunting season ends, an incredible number of dogs–over 50,000–are tortured and killed, often in the most horrific ways, every year, in the name of this cruel Spanish tradition only to begin the cycle again next season.

The Galgos, an ancient breed of hunting dog, once raised exclusively
by the Spanish nobility is one of the most abused dog breeds in the world.

The dogs are considered disposable “tools” by the hunting industry, bred to be discarded at season’s end, only to be replaced by tens of thousands more come the next hunting season. Figures have ranged from 40,000 to 100,00 yearly.

Mass-bred in hopes of finding that special courser, the breeding of Galgos is rampant. Dogs are rarely spayed or neutered which also leads to a high rate of discards so no one can state an exact figure since it isn’t known how many are born. .

This barbaric sport is tacitly sponsored by the king of Spain himself, Felipe VI.

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