Sunday November 16 the Romanian presidential elections took place, a face to face between the current Prime Minister Victor Ponta (PSD) and the Mayor of Sibiu Klaus Iohannis (ACL).
Against all the odds, Iohannis defeated Ponta gaining 54,5% of the total votes, with the crucial contribution of the Romanians abroad.
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…)
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…)
Our President’s appeal:
“Dear Save the Dogs’ friends and supporters,
August is the month of a well-deserved rest for us all.
Yet there are some people who, during these weeks, continue working tirelessly, assisting numerous animals in need in Romania. Everyday they reach remote villages through the mobile clinic to assist the animals in the area, they offer home assistance to owned horse, particularly exploited in this period in the countryside, they drive our lucky dogs to the airport, assuring that they leave safely for Northern Europe.
These people are the operators of Save the Dogs Romania, for whom each day is a challenge, even when everyone seems to forget about them.
As a matter of fact even if everyone goes on vacation we cannot stop working, not even in August.
Let us feel that you do not forget about us and that, from a mountain trail or a sunny beach you still remember the seven hundred animals living in our shelters, whom you send a small donation. Our summer in Romania will be less difficult thanks to your precious support.
Thank you very much,
By bank transfer
Save the Dogs and Other Animals Onlus, Via Pareto 36 20156 Milano
Bank: Credito Valtellinese
Iban: IT27 A 05216 01622 000000003000
By credit card through Paypal