We meet the ancient breed, the Saluki, and discuss the impact of dogs favored by Royalty.Sources

https://littlethings.com/pets/royal-dogs/2840001-9

https://theblissfuldog.com/blogs/news/91483011-alexander-the-greats-dog-changed-history-by-biting-an-elephant

https://nationalpurebreddogday.com/catherine-the-greats-favorite-breed/ 

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https://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/saluki

Rescues

The Saluki Club of America - http://salukiclub.org/saluki-rescue.html

The Saluki Club of America doesn’t do adoptions through their website, but they do have a Rescue Liaison who maintains and updates a network of contacts across the country to aid in the re-homing of the Salukis who are lost or abandoned each year. 

Saluki Tree of Life Alliance (STOLA) - http://www.stola.org/

STOLA saves Salukis from kill-shelters, abusive situations, when individuals can no longer properly care for them, or when help is needed in natural disasters.

Saluki Rescue of Arabia https://www.salukirescuearabia.org/

Saluki Rescue of Arabia rehomes their rescue Salukis in the United Arab Emirates, Europe and North America. They have a strong network in these regions to do home checks and we remain in touch with the homes. Important to note: they are not currently adopting dogs to the US, due to temporary ban on dogs entering from many countries.

Special Edition: The Sato Project - https://thesatoproject.org/

The Sato Project is dedicated to rescuing abused and abandoned dogs from Puerto Rico. There are currently an estimated 500,000 stray dogs roaming the island’s streets and beaches. With no access to food, fresh water, or veterinary care, many of these dogs are living daily lives of severe suffering. The municipal shelter system is drastically overwhelmed, with only five shelters across all 78 of the island’s municipalities. These shelters have a combined euthanasia rate of over 94%. For thousands of stray and abandoned dogs across Puerto Rico, the Sato Project is their only hope.

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