Hunting with dogs


We have visited close to thirty hunting kennels where the dogs live in unsanitary conditions, exposed to inclement weather, often without access to good food or water and in very small spaces.

In the case of rehalas, their owners can house more than fifty animals in kennels, either separated from each other by cages, or in large warehouses chained to the floor or wall.

We cannot know the time they spend without being tied up beyond the development of their activity during the season, since the Hunting Regulations do not specify a limit in which they can be.