About two weeks ago a video shot in Bucharest with a mobile phone showed a limping donkey that was pulling a cart overloaded with goods. Given the clear state of suffering of the donkey, Save the Dogs decided to immediately take action.

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Save the Dogs’ mobile clinic is on the road again! Also this year it will reach the villages of the province of Constanta to sterilize and register the owned animals in the area for free.

2014 was a year of records: in just five months of activity the medical staff of our mobile unit sterilized as much as 816 dogs and cats. This year we want to do even more!

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Paul just rescued

January 2014: Filippo Agostino, the Director of Save the Dogs Romania, enters our clinic in Medgidia with a puppy in his arms that he had just picked up from the roadside. Hit by a car, the puppy would not have survived if our director would not have rescued him. Assisted by our veterinarians little Paul, who would have become the mascot of the center, started a long and difficult rehabilitation. (more…)

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Mar/15

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A HELP FOR PIXI

 

Pixi in Cernavoda

Pixi is a Romanian dog that flew to Sweden to start a new life. Shortly after her arrival she was diagnosed with bilateral dysplasia of the hips. Considering the huge cost that such an intervention would have had in Sweden, together with our partner Hundhjalpen we decided to operate on Pixi in Italy.

The dog, which arrived in Milan a few days ago, will undergo surgery tomorrow. Pixi’s surgery and her hospitalization after the operation will cost around 2300 Euros.

Will you help us to cover this amount and give another chance to Pixi, which is eager to go back to Sweden?

Donate now by credit card.

Thank you!

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