Save the Dogs and other Animals by means of its President Sara Turetta was awarded the prestigious international Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award.
“[...] the Trustees of the Marchig Animal Welfare Trust received a large number of nominations for the Award from all over the world – pointed out the Chairman of the Trustees, Les Ward - With so many worthy candidates, the decision was not easy. Nevertheless, in the end the Trustees were unanimous that the “Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award 2014” should be awarded to Sara Turetta.”
Sunday November 16 the Romanian presidential elections took place, a face to face between the current Prime Minister Victor Ponta (PSD) and the Mayor of Sibiu Klaus Iohannis (ACL).
Against all the odds, Iohannis defeated Ponta gaining 54,5% of the total votes, with the crucial contribution of the Romanians abroad.
Save the Dogs’ gadgets are one of the many ways to support our activities in Romania. In fact, the donations through our gadgets are intended to cover the daily expenses of our facilities in Cernavoda and Medgidia, where each day we take care of about 750 animals including dogs, cats, donkeys and horses. (more…)
Also this year Save the Dogs’ mobile clinic reached the villages of the area of Constance to sterilize and register for free owned dogs and cats.
From May to September, the mobile unit has been operating at full pace, reaching a total of 25 villages and sterilizing 816 dogs and cats that otherwise would not have had access to veterinary services.