If you don’t know how we operate on a daily basis and how we manage to rescue and take care of the dogs we took in, take a look in this album.
Our shelter is improvised on a field. We cannot build anything on the land because we do not own it, so we do our best to find other ways to aid our animals. Continue reading
Dear Bucharest Mayor,
When will we be able to congratulate you like we congratulated the Mayor of Oradea on his initiative?
“Oradea City Hall announced it will promote a regulation concerning the neutering/spaying of dogs on private and public property during a local council meeting on October 23. According to this regulation, owners whose pets are 6 months or older will be required to neuter/spay their animals, with the following exceptions:
1. Dogs unable to undergo surgery for medical reasons
2. Working dogs assisting disabled individuals
3. If the dog owner pays a $100 yearly fee per dog. This money will be used to support dogs in local shelters. Continue reading
Certainly for lots of our friends/supporters it is no surprise the fact that for a long time we have a special relationship with the vets from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. How this relationship began?
Dear friends, together with some of our fury stars, we’ll be waiting to meet you at the Pet Fair taking place at Energeticienilor Bld, on September 16th and 23rd 2012 between 9-14 hrs.
Our guys are simply adorable so get ready to take them home with you!
Main cause for the existence of stray cats and dogs is the uncontrolled breeding of owned pets! To be more precise, most pet owners in Romania do not neuter their animals and when these breed in excess, owners choose abbandoning them. Once on the streets, the abbandoned animals continue breeding, therefore the stray animals problem turning into impossible to solve, no matter what measures are taken only against these animals.
We definitely claim that neutering the owned dogs we efficiently use the donations we get. As you might have noticed, many of the dogs and cats that don’t have an owner end tragically, even of neutered. Continue reading
Mammary tumors are three times more frequent for the bitch than the woman. Among which, 53% prove to be malign for the bitch and 90% for the cat.
Compared to the non spayed bitches, the ones that are spayed before the first estrus (occurring at about 7-9 months) have a risk of mammary cancer diminished by 200 %, and for the bitches spayed after the first estrus the risk is 12,5% lower. Continue reading
Tuesday, May 26, 2009 at 9:00AM at a rally