Dec/07

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A SUCCESSFULLY CURED TUMOUR

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It is called Sticker and it is transmitted sexually. Even though it is a benign type of tumour, if it is not treated it causes the death of the affected animal. In our five years, we have seen many cases like this. If the female is not removed from the streets and treated, she will transmit the disease to all the males and then, they in turn, will transmit it to all the females with whom they mate. The images show the tumour upon the stray’s arrival in the centre of Medgidia and then after the first treatment period by chemotherapy. Thanks to all those who support us with their donations! With your help we are able to treat dozens of cases such as this.

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Little Robespierre was picked up at the outskirts of Bucharest by the veterinarian Iuliana Dragu and cured by her before arriving at Enpa di Monza.
He has been adopted by a great family.

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He had been abandoned a few dozen metres from our shelter, practically in the middle of the road. Bilbo, rescued by two of our shelter’s workers, was about to be hit by a truck. The reason became immediately clear: the little dog was blind. We never would have thought that, four months after his arrival, and one day after the ad published on Hundhjalpen’s website, that Bilbo would have found family. Yet, Marina, adoptive mother of Yanni and Suzy (another two of our shelter’s dogs), without any doubts, decided to adopt him. Bilbo follows her like a shadow, and to make things easier for him, Marina has attached a small bell to her leg so that she can always be identified. Bilbo adores going for walks with his owners and he acts as if he were a puppy. STD sends all of its gratitude to Hundhjalpen and Bilbo’s new family. Between November and December around ten very elderly dogs were adopted in Sweden by families who wanted to spare these dogs from another cold winter at the pound.

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Do you recognize her? Niki was taken by an animal lover to Iuliana’s clinic, in Bucharest. The chain around her neck had gone deep inside, becoming part of her flesh. She had a long operation, but she made it. Now, thanks to Hundhjalpen , she enjoys her new life in Sweden: eventually, she took her revenge on those who wanted her to live a miserable life.READ HER STORY HERE

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