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Ada after having been cleaned by our staff of Medgidia. She arrived almost completely covered by the hot pitch that someone probably threw on her.

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December 2009: Ada in her home in Finland
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It’s not usual, in Romania, that people who pass him by with their car rescue a stray dog. Finding injured, dead or dying stray dogs on the street is normal and motorists are practically used to this. But stories like that of Elvis are the confirmation that there is always someone ready to deny the clichés. Elvis, in fact, has been found by a Rumanian couple in a petrol station near Costanza. He had a bad injure at one posterior leg because it was run over by a car. Even if they didn’t have the possibility of keeping Elvis with them, the two people rescued him and brought him in a clinic in their city, assuring him the appropriate treatments. Then, they searched the Internet and contacted via email the President of STD, Sara Turetta, asking for help. Even if our shelters were overcrowded, we submitted the case of Elvis to our Dutch partners of Dogs Adoptions NL. Since the puppy was already vaccinated, it took only two weeks to arrange the transfer in The Netherlands, together with other lucky Rumanian puppies. Below: Elvis goes for a walk in The Netherlands with his host family. Treatments will be long, but the rebirth is started. STD thanks first of all the courageous Rumanian couple who rescued Elvis and then Ton, Annie and Bianca of Dogs Adoptions NL, for their immediate and generous response to our appeal.

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Probably you recall the case of Berger, a young puppy affected by mange who was rescued in Medgidia a few months ago. Thanks to the medical care provided by STD local staff, Berger has healed and after a period of isolation is now running with the other dogs in one of the paddocks. Ylenia, the person in charge with adoptions in Italy, is already finalizing his adoption. STD thanks those people who supported Berger’s treatment and made this possible.

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She had to wait for about one year, but it has been worth waiting. Manola had to undergo the amputation of one of the front legs, after being run down by a car. Paradoxically, her bad luck became the reason of her salvation. Operated by Alina Vasile in Medgidia, Manola has been included in the Swedish adoption programme. On Sunday 8th November, she flew towards her new life (photo below). To see all the photos of Manola in her new home, visit the dedicated section of Hundhjalpen’s web site.

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