By Wendy Williams
DOG lovers are being given the chance to adopt one of man’s best friends for free.
In a bid to cope with a serious overcrowding problem, Estepona-based animal charity ADANA, is looking for a home for some of its older dogs.
“We have over 200 dogs in our kennels, twice our capacity really and far more than we can give the full care and attention they deserve,” explained spokesman Mary Page.
“These dogs are calm and gentle and would make excellent pets for older people or families with young children.”
Meanwhile, in a bid to keep the struggling charity alive, the board is in discussions with the local mayors to launch a project to build a new shelter next to their existing one.
For more information visit: http://www.adana.es/dogs-no-charge-perros-gratuitos.html
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