Save the Dogs’ mobile clinic reaches every year the Romanian villages in order to sterilize and cure for free the dogs who could not benefit from veterinarian services.
Now, more than ever, due to the adoption of the strays killing law it is important to carry on this action. As a matter of fact the only compelling part of the recently adopted law is the one related to compulsory sterilization and registration of owned dogs, two essential tools for the prevention of the stray dogs phenomenon, yet without any institutional financial support.
In order to ensure free of charge assistance through the mobile clinic’s activity we also need your help! (more…)
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On the 15th of April during the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, a major step forward in the protection of our beloved dogs and cats has been made.
On the request of the Agriculture Committee and of some Italian MEPs, the introduction of a system of mandatory identification and registration by 2018 for all stray and owned dogs in the member countries of the European Union has been voted. (more…)
The Italian staff of Save the Dogs, together with the Romanian one would like to express their gratitude to the 4.767 people who chose to contribute to our cause by the 5×1000 in 2012 (a measure which allows all Citizen to devolve part of income taxes to their favourite association).
We are not able to thank each and every one of you in person, as the names of the the people who made their contributions, remain undisclosed by the Government, but we would like to thank you for trusting us and our cause.
This week we would like tell you a story which has drawn the attention of our supporters.
One month ago our team in Medgidia has received one of those many daily phone calls. It was about a female dog in the Topraisar village – 80 km away from our shelter- which had an iron wire tied around her belly. (more…)