Rosie is one of the thousands of dogs in Romania who live their lives tied to a chain, destined to have a difficult life that offers nothing outside of endless boredom.
We don’t know if this lovely animal managed to free herself on her own, or if her owner gave her up, but one thing was certain: instead of a collar Rosie had a wire around her neck.
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As our supporters well know, our main activity at the veterinary centers of Save the Dogs in Romania is neutering stray dogs and cats. Because of the great number of local abandonment, the healthy animals, capable of surviving on the streets, are released after spending a short time at our shelters.
But this is not the way things always go on. (more…)
We have found him just before Christmas on the streets of Cernavoda, close to a former factory, closed in the present. Tyson was all skin and bones, had flees and had been abandoned by his previous owner who probably had also kept the dog on chains. Surprisingly so, Tyson is extremely friendly with people around him, and with other dogs too. Sadly he is suffering from respiratory infection and has been admitted into one of the cliques owned by the “Save the Dogs”, with little hopes of recovery. (more…)
In Medgidia there is a warehouse for waste metal, under the administration of one of the town’s “boss”. In this small space, amongst dust and rubbish, a gentle, harmless pack of 13 dogs have found a shelter. Followed by a notification, we have visited this place for the first time a few months ago, to examine the dreadful conditions these animals had to suffer. The dogs lived in filth, they were dehydrated, starving and they were also obviously ill. That time we did not manage the owner to place the dogs under our custody, and we could not count on the intervention of the police either. As it is not in our habit to give up, we have made a second visit, and this time we have succeeded in convincing the owner to place the faith of the dogs’ in our hands, apart from two of them, as they had better living conditions, than the others. We will continue to keep them under our close observation.
Amongst the dogs saved there were Bozo, Hera and Max, three lovely, cute and fluffy dogs of 2 years of age, who were very thin and also suffered greatly because of the infections that attacked their skin and eyes. fter a few months spent in our shelter from Medgidia, thanks to the medical treatment, the proper food and the attention they have received from us, these three dogs have became sociable, playful and beautifully healthy. Bozo and Max are in Sweden now, being adopted by two families, and now they have all the love they deserve, and we are confident that the future holds the same kind of happiness for Hera as well. Hereby we would like to send our best wishes to these two dogs in their new lives, and also we would like to express our gratitude towards DogRescue, one of our Scandinavian partners, and with their help we also hope to find a home for the larger animals as well.