In Romania, not only dogs suffer from a hard life made of violence and neglect. In particular, the region where Save the Dogs works, Dobrogea, is sadly known for a the presence of a high number of draft horses.
Horses and donkeys are used as means of transport and too often, by ignorance and poor economic possibilities, they are exploited to the end of their days without being assured with proper feed and veterinary assistance. Neglect, followed by the animal certain death from starvation and illegal slaughter of the horses are a widespread practice especially in the Medgidia area, where we are with our sterilization center.
For this reason Save the Dogs, with the English Donkey Sanctuary contribution, built the first donkey shelter in Romania and started a distance adoption program for the horses in our Cernavoda center.
Buying necessary hay and food to feed a horse for a month in Romania costs 30 euro a month can be paid monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, six-monthly.
By Credit Card
By credit card
In all cases please specify your post address and e-mail (if you have one) besides the cause “Horse distance adoption”, which is necessary to give your contribution to the distance support.
As soon as we receive your first payment, we will send you by regular mail an adoption certificate, some pictures and the story of the horse you adopted. Besides, every six months at least, you will be updated about his/her progress via e-mail or mail.
Each horse may have more than one distance adoption because the payment will cover also the medical expenses which during the year STD has to ease the pain of the horses who still work in the Romanian streets. To learn about this aspect read the note of our president Sara Turetta on the distance adoptions.
For further details write to firstname.lastname@example.org
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