It is not uncommon for abandoned podencos to be found with one broken leg, typically a front leg. In my own rescue, we have had several over the last year or so. When these dogs are found broken-legged on the streets of Spain, it may be tempting for some to think they were "only" hit by a car. But logic dictates that being hit by a car would tend not to just break one leg, or even just two legs, and not always front legs. Some pro-hunter folks have argued that rescuers should not claim that the dogs' legs were broken on purpose or by their hunters since "the dog did not come with a sign around its neck saying 'My hunter broke my leg.'" Here I could spend a lot of time responding to the silliness of that argument, but no reasonable person needs me to respond to such absurdities.
Sofi's vet appointments have been many so far and will be many more. Here we see a layperson's view of where the breaks are.