The small Jenny is one of the numerous dogs which – immediately after birth – are abandoned by their own owners by the garbage cans together with their puppies.
After 11 years of activity in Cernavoda, we still don’t manage to understand how some people can bring themselves to choose this option, when there is the alternative to neuter the animals free of charge at our clinic. (more…)
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Our partnership with the Swedish association goes back to 2005, when the explosive situation at the shelter in Cernavoda offered only two options: find foreign families to adopt the large-sized dogs or put the “excess” dogs to sleep (something that obviously goes against STD’s principles) to avoid fights among them and epidemics. The meeting with the volunteers of Hundhjalpen saved us from a real drama: we will never be able to thank the Association enough for the constancy, seriousness and reliability it has demonstrated during these years.
You can see our Romanian dogs happily adopted in Sweden through Hundhjalpen by clicking on the following links.
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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…)