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.
The veterinary care is one of the most important activities of Save the Dogs’ centers in Romania. In our two clinics the vets are working full time to cure, operate or monitor the health conditions of the four-legged friends we daily rescue.
Ensuring our guests the access to the best cures is a priority for our association. Thanks to a constant investment in human resources and medical equipment we have always been able to provide highly qualified veterinary care. (more…)
A year after the approval of the “strays killing” law by the Romanian Parliament, the European citizens say NO again to the mass killing of abandoned dogs.
Saturday, September 27, many European squares have joined the third international protest, gathering people kept together by the desire to stop the bloodshed started last December 2013. People protested in the streets of Berlin, Stockholm and London but also in many Romanian cities, whose residents are tired of the incompetence and corruption of their own institutions.
This is the most extraordinary aspect that emerges from the events: a gradual awakening of the collective consciousness in Romania, especially of young people, unimaginable only a few years ago.
Hunger, filth, disease and loneliness: this is the routine of the Romanian strays. Condemned without fault, most of the times they end their existence along the road, under the resigned look of the passers-by.
This would have been the destiny of Tumpy and Perla, two dogs who entered our clinics last week. Dirty and exhausted by starvation and disease, the two strays have had the good fortune to run into our operators who have saved them from certain death. (more…)