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SAVING ROMANIAN STRAYS
Meet beautiful, smiley Athos
Meet Bruce the cuddly tri-paw!
We are so glad you found us!
Founded in 2014 our rescue began before this with one special lady supporting rescues in Romania and re-homing dogs one by one.
Now we rescue and re-home around 150-200 dogs (and a few cats) a year. Most of our dogs come from Romania but we also help some UK dogs who have found themselves with no-one and are at risk of being put to sleep. We rescue and re-home a huge variety of dogs from teeny puppies to large dogs.
We also support spay and neuter campaigns in Romania as well as sending food and donations to dog rescue centers who get no governmental support. On the side we also send out donations to children and families in need as poverty is rife in Romania. But our principle aim is to support finding homes for these amazing dogs.
Can you offer one of our lovely dogs a forever home?
Claire says: "Bruce is just the sweetest most loving boy EVER !!! He walks beautifully on a lead and is fully house trained. He loves to be hugged and jumps up on his back legs and hugs you with his remaining front leg. He has been great with the other dogs and is quite happy to snuggle up in his crate when I’m busy. He really is just perfect. Obviously he’s never going to be up to long walks but little and often ones are fine until he builds up the muscles in his remaining leg. I have got him a harness with a handle as he needs a bit of a hand getting out of the car as he tends to face plant but he has no problems getting in and will happily jump in of his own accord." Bruce is great with cats too!
Extra-Special Dogs in Need of Homes!
Claire Says: "Athos is a beautiful funny boy who we believe to be about 6-7 years old. He was found by one of the rescuers we work with in a public shelter in Romania in a truly shocking state and suffering from severe dermodex and mange. After lots of love and care by the vets & rescuers his transformation began! If you look at him now you would never believe that he could ever have looked in such a sorry state. Once Athos knows you his personality starts to shine though and he is just the sweetest boy ever. He loves to play with all the other dogs and also loves a bit of me time with his human too. Athos lived with very young children after his treatment had been completed and he was waiting to travel to the UK and we would be happy for him to live in a home with younger children providing they were dog savvy."