2017 Presidents AGM Report

Presidents AGM Report Aljezur, 11 February 2017 Throughout the year of 2016 AEZA continued its principal activity, the same type of work that we have been doing in previous years within the area of Aljezur, namely protecting and rescuing abandoned and neglected...

Car Boot Sale

Please visit the AEZA stall at the AMOVATE car boot. This is held in the morning on the first Sunday of every month at the old primary school in Vales, near...


At the beginning of September AEZA was looking after 70 dogs, 36 in the shelter and 34 in foster homes. 109 dogs arrived at the shelter this year. This is the total of adults and puppies. 9 were reunited with their owner. 11 died (3 adults and 8 puppies). 2 were...

Fun Morning Beach Walk – Sunday 8th May

The pharmacy in Aljezur has arranged a morning walk to Praia da Amoreira in aid of AEZA, the Aljezur animal rescue charity. To enrol for the walk and get your ticket, all you need to do is make a donation of cat or dog food, this can be done at the Farmácia de...

Car Boot Sale‏

On Sunday April 3rd the car boot is resuming at the Old School House in Vales. The usual two AEZA stalls will be there from 9.30. Please come and visit us. We have plenty of items for you to buy and it is also a good opportunity for people to ask any animal related...

About AEZA

AEZA is a non-profit organization whose main objective is to provide abandoned animals a decent condition, giving them shelter, food, care and health care.

Make a Donation

We are always in need of donations to keep the shelter running, we also need pet beds, food and water, veterinary medicine and items for us to sell etc.

How to Help

There are many ways you can help AEZA achieve its objectives to help local animals – volunteering at the shelter, dog walking, becoming a member, sponsoring or adopting an animal …

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- August 26, 2016

Yes, we at AEZA live for dogs (and cats)! ❤️
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- August 24, 2016

Here is Mia, with her kennel-mate Ginnie. Both are looking for a forever home. Please get in touch.
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