Dogs for adoption

All our dogs for adoption are blood tested, wormed and have the kennel cough injection when they come into our care. They are eventually sterilized/castrated, vaccinated and micro chipped and obviously receive treatment if any disease has shown up in their blood test. As far as puppies are concerned, we will pay for blood test, worming, vaccinations, microchip and sterilization/castration.

People wanting to adopt a dog from APAC are asked to think about this commitment seriously. Many of our dogs have had a bad experience in the past and it needs patience to settle the dog in but we can guarantee that the dog will be so grateful to be in a caring home, the adoptees will receive a lot of love from their new companion.

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Rudi

A sweet, sociable boy who is looking for someone to hang out with!

Gender

Breed

Date of birth

male

german shorthaired pointer

January 2018

Weight

34 kilos

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Txico

A happy little man who longs for a new, loving home (and lots of cuddles)!

Gender

Breed

Date of birth

male

mix

Sep 2014

Weight

12 kilos

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Jim

A happy young boy who would love to find a home together with his sister Rosie!

Gender

Breed

Date of birth

male

catalan shepherd 

June 2020

Weight

18 kilos

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Rosie

A happy young girl who would love to find a home together with her brother Jim!

Gender

Breed

Date of birth

female

catalan shepherd

June 2020

Weight

18 kilos

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Robin

A sweet girl who is looking for a gentle owner to give her a loving home

Gender

Breed

Date of birth

female

catalan shepherd

June 2020

Weight

18 kilos

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Kris (reserved)

A cute boy, ready for a new family and new adventures!

Gender

Breed

Date of birth

male

Jack Russell terrier

April 2020

Weight

8 kilos

BARC external cases

Below you will find an overview of the dogs that are for adoption at BARC (Busot Animal Rescue Concern), an organisation in the neighbouring municipality of Busot that is committed to sheltering and rehoming stray dogs. 
In these difficult times APAC and BARC team up to give the dogs as much chance as possible of finding a new home. All dogs are fully vaccinated, microchipped and sterilized, and waiting for their new family!

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Thomas

Gender

Date of birth

male

January 2016

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Thomas is a large sized dog with a big heart. He is quite introverted but has learnt to love playing with the ball. He is probably more suited as an outside dog so someone with large fenced land would be ideal. He does not get on well with other male dogs.

Thomas has been living at El Rey De La Casa since February 2019.

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Ted

Gender

Date of birth

male

March 2013

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Ted is a dear old man who has issues with his spine and is on medication for life. He is probably suited to being the only dog as he likes the attention. He loves to walk and exercise which actually helps his condition.

Ted has been living at El Rey de la Casa since January 2019.

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Winston

Gender

Date of birth

male

March 2013

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Winston is classed as a PPP dog and that means he is a potentially dangerous dog!
Well, he produces a lot of gas so that could kill you. Also at about 37 kg he could bend your legs backwards when he runs to greet you or maybe drown in his slobber 
On his passport it says he is a pit bull but you can see his breed recognized by the kennel club (American bully )
He is so well behaved does what he’s told first time and just wants cuddles. Although he’s always welcome here it would be lovely to find him a forever home.

Under Spanish law certain breeds of dogs are considered “potentially dangerous dogs,” and require a PPP (“perros potencialmente peligrosos”) license. A PPP License is good for 5 years. If not licensed within a certain time frame, your dog could be impounded and a hefty fine applied before they would be allowed to go home with you.

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Sergio

Gender

Date of birth

male

Feb 2018

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Sergio is a Pointer cross. Although he is a very shy dog, he is slowly coming out of his shell. He gets on well with other dogs and is slowly learning to trust people. He would welcome some kind family to love him and to restore his faith in human nature.

Sergio has been living at El Rey de la Casa since August 2019.

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Duke

Gender

Date of birth

male

Jan 2020

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Duke was found with another dog wandering at the side of the main road, both of them starving and undernourished. Subsequent medical tests of Duke have shown up a very rare condition whereby he has tiny baby teeth growing in his jaw, We are working with the vet to try and remove as many of them as possible. He is a friendly, happy dog who loves people.

It would be wonderful if we could find someone to foster him until he is adopted.

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Nico

Gender

Date of birth

male

Dec 2018

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Nico is a delightful young man who unfortunately has epilepsy. He has been in excellent foster care and been given daily medicines and seems to be fitting less - his fits are not scary and he just needs a cuddle to show someone is there for him. His medicines are not expensive either. How lovely would it be to restore his faith in human nature and find a permanent home who would welcome his cuddles and love.

He is currently being fostered in a house full of dogs and cats so is very domesticated.

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Enzo

Gender

Date of birth

male

Oct 2019

Interested?

Contact BARC by phone 699 822 027 or send an email to barcanimalrescueconcern@gmail.com

Enzo is a Podenco who was abandoned by hunters.
He is a happy, friendly dog, gentle and intelligent. He enjoys peoples’ company and gets on well with other dogs.


Enzo has low level Leish for which he is currently receiving treatment.