To support Howl Of A Dog Animal Rescue Organization save and help dogs in need, please visit http://www.howlofadog.org
Life in some rural regions from our country is hard both for humans and for their animals, and information about animal welfare and animal rights hardly ever reaches remote villages. Unplanned or unwanted litters often end up abandoned on the streets, increasing the number already huge of homeless dogs.
There’s room in every human heart for compassion towards animals too. These people acknowledged that abandoning unwanted puppies and dogs is wrong and inhumane and they accepted to be helped, understanding that neutering saves thousands of innocent lives through prevention.
These simple people serve as an inspiration to their community, demonstrating that animal cruelty and abandonment should never be an option, no matter who you are or where you live. Help is always available if you dare to care.
Neutering/spaying your dog is not only an act of responsibility in a world where pet-overpopulation is a serious problem, but also a proof of love for your dog, taking into account the many health benefits it has.
Howl Of A Dog organization has started a basic animal welfare education program, offering free neutering/spaying and free microchipping and vaccinations for dogs whose owners cannot afford the costs of these procedures.
This dog neutering/vaccinating/microchipping campaign was organized by Howl Of A Dog, Romania and all the expenses were covered exclusively by Howl Of A Dog. In this action, we neutered/spayed a number of 37 dogs and we provided free vaccinations for the most common dog diseases – like parvovirus and distemper - free microchipping and free health books.
Dogs with health issues were also offered medical care and treatment. We had 2 cases of umbilical hernia that required surgery and one case of urinary catheterization. One young dog was suffering from hemorrhagic gastroenteritis and required several days of hospitalization. Other 2 dogs received treatment and medication for ear and nail infections.
We distributed information leaflets containing specific details about the importance of neutering/spaying, vaccinating and microchipping the dogs.
We would like to thank the wonderful, dedicated team of veterinarians from Vetlink Resita who treated the dogs and performed all the neutering/spaying surgeries.
We want to say a heartfelt thank you to all Howl Of A Dog supporters. We simply couldn’t do this life saving work without wonderful people like you behind us.
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Howl Of A Dog is a small nonprofit animal rescue organization located in Romania. Our commitment is to rescue abandoned, neglected and abused dogs from the streets or from local kill-shelters and to find them suitable loving forever homes. For more details please visit our website: http://www.HowlOfADog.org/ or our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Ho...
HOWL OF A DOG organization
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