Center of Hope
Romania Animal Rescue - Center of Hope

All animals, stray or not, abandoned or well looked after, pure breed or mixed, all deserve the best veterinary care they can get. The Center of Hope will not differentiate between animals and their owners, whether they can pay for our services or not, while remaining focused on helping the homeless. The center will also welcome difficult cases from other regional charities and will provide the best veterinary care, from routine check-ups and small surgery to emergency procedures and recovery physical therapy.

Center of Hope Layout
Romania Animal Rescue - Center of Hope Layout

There are two initial exam rooms for patients, and then the spay kennel entry room also is an exam room for pre spay exam and prep. There is the three surgery table spay/neuter room. This is also the Veterinary Training Camp room for our vet volunteers and a hands-on training for Veterinary Training Camp attendees. In addition to this there is the main surgery room. There is the prep area, the instrument, preparation and sterilization (autoclave, etc) room, two quarantine rooms, kennel and recovery area (with a run outside for some exercise), X-Ray, and then the lab, and other rooms that are for the Center to function (power, bathroom, etc) upstairs there is the education room and bedrooms and a kitchen.

Progress To Date
Romania Animal Rescue - Center of Hope - Progress to Date

Construction work began in 2015. Built on approximately two acres, this Center will be one of its kind for the Romanian animals, thus raising their status as it should be in the community. This Center will also be the launching point and home of HOPE spaymobile, with our plans to include another HOPE mobile clinic in the future. The construction was finalized in Aug of 2016 taking us to the next stage of the project.

Watch our Center of Hope building progress video.

Current Needs
Romania Animal Rescue - Center of Hope - Current Needs

Now that the main hospital structure is up, we need support to purchase the medical equipment to make the hospital fully functional. 

What is still needed to be purchased

  1. Main surgery op lights $12250
  2. Surgery table $1700
  3. Multiparameter anesthetic monitor $3100
  4. Anesthetic machine $1620
  5. Infusion pumps $606 (ordered 7)
  6. Weighing scales $230
  7. Scrub sink $660
  8. Scrub sink for isolation $310
  9. Height adjustable table/Gurney $1500 (ordered 2)
  10. Microscope $1640
  11. Waste anesthetic gas scavenging system $1940
  12. Vacuum system $1355
  13. Bath for parvo room $800

Please help us get the center ready! 

When complete, the Center of Hope will be the first Animal Hospital in Romania equipped at international standards providing unparalleled veterinary services for animals of all walks of life.

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