When we set out to save her, this chow-chow was inert, sitting under a bridge in Medgidia, struggling with hunger and fatigue. The person who alerted us a few hours before, asking for our intervention, assured that the poor animal was looking for food for more than five days, but he was impossible to approach because of his mistrust in people. Obviously, now lacking any strength, the poor dog ended up lying on the street, waiting to die. (more…)
We are delighted to announce that we received a positive feed-back from the Mayors of Cernavoda and Medgidia at the meeting with Sara Turetta, which took place a few days ago. Mayors Gheorghe Hansa and Marian Iordache, both being against the killing of the animals, ha expressed their respect and appreciation for our long time work. (more…)
In July a partnership has been launched between Save the Dogs and a penitentiary just a few miles away from Constanta, Poarta Alba.
At the initiative of the director of the prison, the institution already being in contact with our association thanks to the medical activity of our mobile clinic, we have started a collaboration, from which the prisoners and our dogs in Medgidia would benefit. (more…)
We wish to transform the 4th of October, the feast of Saint Francisc and the World Animal Day, into something memorable this year, by celebrating with You our 11 years of activity and commitment in Romania.
In these sad days – which evoke the terrible events in 2001 (the year when the mass eradication of the stray dogs has begun) and which provoke the same indignation – we send out a message of hope to all the the world by sharing this 5 minutes long video which presents our everyday work for them: dogs, cats, horses and donkeys saved by the intervention of Save the Dogs.
Thanks to you, Save the Dogs has achieved real miracles in these past 11 years, and as long as you stand by us, we will continue our work, hoping to do even more.
Please, help us inform the people of our existence: share this little film on the Facebook and Twitter, send it to all of your friends and acquaintances, broadcast it in every possible way.
Now more than ever, the stray dogs of Romania need your help. Don’t abandon them to their fate!
(We would like to express our gratitude to Aldo Palvan and Marisei Bortolotti for the making of this film)