We are a non-profit animal protection association registered in Germany, which is committed with a lot of heart and soul to helping poor fur noses in Romania. Our animal love and local partner on the ground -Delia- has built her own private animal shelter in Prejmer (Braşov) in the summer of 2017. Currently there are about 200 dogs living there, which are lovingly cared for by 3 employees.
The Glücksfellchen Tierhilfe e.V. has set itself the task of dog rescue and dog re homing.
They mediate dogs from Romania directly from the killing station or from a reception station, which we support and which accommodates up to 250 street dogs.
Romanian Rescue Dogs
Paws2Rescue is a UK Registered charity (1156882) that works to relieve the plight of Romanian dogs by supporting private shelters with food and bedding, raising donations for veterinary treatments and running education and neutering programmes. We also help some of these dogs to find loving family homes in the UK and across Europe.
Salvate-Canes is a registered, non-profit animal welfare organization, which is mainly working with and for stray dogs from Romanian Shelters and the support of these facilities.
There are many stray dogs in Romania. Dogs which are no longer wanted or needed by their owners get abandoned, puppies from unwanted litters which are abandoned soon after birth on the streets. Many do not survive these terrible conditions, are run over, or starve. But those who make it, continue to multiply uncontrollably.
You can help in many ways. Please follow this link to Salvate-Canes e.V. own Website(in German)
Sava's Safe Haven is an animal rescue association in Galati. In 2012 the Sava family began to build a safe refuge for animal’s welfare needs in a small village.
Romania is not only notorious for the large population of street animals but also animal welfare issue, arising from conditions within public shelters. Many publications address the problems related to dozens of dogs living on the street and highlight the struggle faced by charities to reduce the number of stray dogs through neutering programs. These attempts to corner the stray population are unfortunately without much success as daily dozens of females give birth to more puppies that further increase the number of strays within the community. The situation regarding cats in Romania is similar to that of dogs with large number currently living on the street. As cats are not considered as problematic as dogs, they do not receive as much publicity. Sava's Safe Haven is one of the charities that try to reduce the number of street animals through neutering projects. The charity also focuses upon improving conditions and animal welfare matters in the poor villages.
Read more at:https://www.savasafehaven.com