We really need your help! We have opened our doors for an emergency case. This little dog, called White Falcon, has been hit by a car and has no owner. The rescuer who found him and has been caring for him posted a cry for help. No one was interested until Dr. Aurelian saw the post and responded - WE WILL HELP!
Lara and Cody are brother and sister - two gorgeous puppies saved from the streets. Unfortunately, both Lara and Cody are very sick with parvo virus and have been rushed to Romania Animal Rescue by their rescuer who has lots of dogs and can’t afford the medical treatment required to save Cody and Lara’s lives.
Minnie, Whinnie and Mo are three little pups that are getting life saving treatment against distemper at Romania Animal Rescue Center of Hope. We thought that Mo might not make it but our team have been working hard to save these pups and they are all now responding to treatment.
Can you help to cover the costs of distemper treatment for these three babies? We really need your support to help all the dogs and cats that need medical care. Please donate today!
Thousands of stray dogs live in the industrial areas near the busy Ring Road around Bucharest. We have started a new project to spay/neuter as many dogs as we can to improve the quality of life of these Ring Road dogs.
Many of these dogs are fed by people working in these areas. But too many puppies are born in these factory yards and they are vulnerable to diseases and injuries. The best we can do to help is to see that fewer pups are born into a world that cannot provide for them.
Mammary or breast tumors are common in female dogs. Surgical removal is recommended for most mammary tumors and prognosis is good. This is good news for dogs that have owners and access to a vet. For cats the prognosis is not so good with 85% of mammoth tumors in cats are malignant and tend to spread elsewhere in the body.