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Educación

EDUCACIÓN

Para poder acabar con el abandono, con el maltrato y el abuso del que los animales son víctimas consideramos fundamental trabajar en varias líneas educativas que fomenten la empatía.

Periódicamente nuestro equipo educativo convoca jornadas de puertas abiertas y realiza visitas a colegios y centros de mayores. Nuestras líneas educativas se basan en tres pilares:

  • Fomentar la Tenencia Responsable. Dar a conocer la importancia de esterilizar, poner microchip y llevar control veterinario de los animales de compañía.
  • Veganismo. Mostrar el sufrimiento del que son víctimas los animales en la ganadería industrial y cómo el consumo de carne, además de poco recomendable para la salud, es la principal causa del calentamiento global. Consideramos el veganismo como la opción más respetuosa y saludable.
  • Medioambiente. Insistir en temas medioambientales de vital importancia, tales como el reciclaje, la polución, el ahorro de energía y agua.

Si compartes nuestros objetivos, eres o has sido maestro o eres una persona paciente y con dotes de comunicación y quieres construir un mundo mejor para los animales;

¡Escríbenos y forma parte de nuestro equipo educativo!

 

TE ESPERAMOS   educa@scoobymedina.org

 

JORNADAS DE PUERTAS ABIERTAS 2017

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Sobre Nosotros

SOBRE NOSOTROS

Scooby, protectora y santuario, lleva 30 años dando cobijo a animales abandonados y maltratados. Nació en 1987 de la iniciativa de varias mujeres ante la cantidad de perros abandonados que había en la zona de Medina del Campo (Valladolid).

A mediados de los 90 y cuando ya contábamos con más medios, sacamos a la luz las atrocidades cometidas con los galgos españoles y nuestro trabajo se internacionaliza de la mano de su actual Presidente, Fermín Pérez.

Actualmente la financiación extranjera y las adopciones en países como Holanda, Francia, Italia o Alemania son cruciales para la nosotros. Por primera vez, en 2015 logramos que el número de perros y gatos adoptados superase al del número de recogidas con 1138 adopciones. Pese a ello, la cifra de abandonos no disminuye y nos sitúan en 2017 en cifras de recogida alarmantes. Cada día una media de entre 4 y 5 animales abandonados llegan a nuestros refugios. El final de la temporada de caza en febrero junto al nacimiento de camadas indeseadas sobre todo en primavera, marcan dos puntos críticos de abandono.

Hoy en día somos el refugio más grande de España, en nuestras instalaciones residen más de 600 perros y gatos, además de 200 animales considerados de granja en nuestro Santuario. Caballos, burros, cabras, ovejas, cerdos, gansos, patos, etc… con historias de abuso y maltrato a sus espaldas conviven hoy libres en nuestros prados.

Contamos con refugios en Medina del Campo (Valladolid), Valladolid capital, Zamora y Palencia.

Descubre cómo puedes colaborar  y cómo adoptar uno de nuestros animales.

Scooby se financia principalmente a través de donaciones, socios y venta de merchandising. Además, realiza el servicio de recogida de animales abandonados en Palencia, Zamora, en la provincia de Salamanca y en Medina del Campo.

 

 

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About Us

ABOUT US

Scooby, shelter and sanctuary, has been providing a home to mistreated and abandoned animals for more than 30 years. It was created thanks to the initiative of a group of women who wanted to do something about the amount of abandoned dogs in the area of Medina del Campo (Valladolid). In the nineties, Scooby brings to light the atrocities inflicted on Spanish galgos and its work is internationalized by Scooby´s current chairman, Fermín Pérez.

At present, international funding and adoptions from countries such as Holland, France, Italy and Germany are crucial for our NGO. In 2015, for the first time since Scooby´s inception, the number of adoptions of dogs and cats surpassed that of collections with a total of 1138 adoptions.

Despite of this, the abandonment numbers do not decrease and are giving us in 2017 alarming figures. Every day an average of 4 to 5 abandoned animals arrive at our shelters. The end of the hunting season in February along with the birth of unwanted litters, especially in spring, mark two critical points of abandonment.

Nowadays we are the largest shelter in Spain and its premises home more than 600 dogs and cats, plus 200 farm animals in our Sanctuary. Horses, donkeys, goats, sheeps, pigs, geese, ducks, etc… All of them with a past of abuse live today free in our meadows.

Discover how you can collaborate and how to adopt (Internal link to ADOPTION) one of our animals.

Scooby is mainly financed through donations, membership fees and merchandising sales. In addition, it carries out the pickup service of abandoned animals in Palencia, Zamora, in the province of Salamanca and Medina del Campo.

SCOOBY | SHELTER AND SANCTUARY (About Us)

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