EU DOG & CAT ALLIANCE LAUNCHES THE NATIONAL LEGISLATION REPORT
Research reveals the need for better regulation to protect Europe’s dogs and cats
The EU Dog & Cat Alliance launched a National Legislation Report which was commissioned to provide important information on the current legislation in all 28 of the EU’s Member States.
The EU Dog & Cat Alliance, which is made up of 45 members from 14 member states, held their first meeting in Brussels yesterday to launch and discuss the research which provides much needed evidence as to why EU legislation on the breeding and trade of dogs and cats is needed.
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January 2014: Filippo Agostino, the Director of Save the Dogs Romania, enters our clinic in Medgidia with a puppy in his arms that he had just picked up from the roadside. Hit by a car, the puppy would not have survived if our director would not have rescued him. Assisted by our veterinarians little Paul, who would have become the mascot of the center, started a long and difficult rehabilitation. (more…)
A month ago we asked you to help us cover the costs for the operation of Pixi, the dog suffering from bilateral dysplasia. As in other occasions you have positively responded to our appeal and you all deserve our heartfelt thanks.
In fact, thanks to your donations we have collected €850 which, added to the 1,500 Euros donated by our Swedish partner, cover the entire cost of the operations and the expenses related to the postoperative stay.
The dog already underwent the first surgery and next week she will return in the operating room for the second time. We hope that the second operation may go on without complications and Pixi may run again carefree as soon as possible.
A heartfelt thanks to you all who have supported us once again!
Save the Dogs’ team
The adventure of Sara Turetta, our President, goes back in 2002 when she moved to Romania pushed by the desire to do something for the many abandoned strays wandering the streets of Cernavoda, one of the many Romanian cities where poisoning was the only method used to control the dog population.
But it is only in 2005 that Save the Dogs Italy was founded, with the aim to support and fund the projects carried out in the province of Constanta in Romania in order to assist as many animals as possible and offer them a second chance.