Romania Animal Rescue, Inc.
neuter or spay--no more strays
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Helping animals

Romania Animal Rescue's mission is to establish animal welfare in the country of Romania and promote animal care and compassion. Our main goal is to spay/neuter street dogs to prevent the birth of puppies and kittens so that the suffering of the abandoned and stray animals is eliminated. We have joined forces with Dr. Aurelian Stefan, and his team of professionals to provide spay/neuter and veterinary care for the animals as our funding allows. The RAR team of vets travel throughout Romania providing this much-needed service in villages, towns and cities to promote animal well-being and to help those that love the animals by alleviating suffering and abandonment. Most of the animals have care givers, whether these animals live in a home, yard or on the streets, and the caretakers bring their beloved animals to the free "clinic" for care. These people are primarily impoverished and cannot afford the price of spay/neuter, if they can even find a veterinarian in Romania who is adept at this type of surgery. This is why our FREE program is so very vital to the community, along with the unique and highest skill levels of surgery provided by our "keyhole surgical technique". Our "Neuter and Spay! No More Strays!" mission helps the animals and those that love them by reducing the population of unwanted, starved, beaten, poisoned, and abused animals on a massive scale. By reducing the number of animals born in a humane fashion, we also help to break the cycle of abuse by those citizens who do not like the street animals or strays.

The animals in Romania also suffer from parasites, and we are always thrilled to receive donations of Certifect, Frontline, Revolution, and Advantix so that they can be treated and relieved of suffering. Romania Animal Rescue also provides free veterinary care for animals that are injured or need medical treatment, as our funding allows. To date (2012) Romania Animal Rescue has provided over 350 free emergency treatments for stray animals and for those cared for by impoverished people.

Helping animalsIn Romania, with so many dogs living on the streets, dogs often get hit by cars. Precious was one such dog. Our veterinarians were able to amputate her broken leg to save her. When tragedies like these occur, it is our duty to treat them.

This dog was found, covered in tar. We cleaned him up and removed as much tar as was possible without hurting the dog.

This puppy was brought in for treatment for three fractures.

Aly, a German Shepherd puppy, was brought to us because she was vomiting. She needed urgent surgery to remove a glove from her intestines. She is recovering well and can hopefully start oral fluids soon as we wait for the incision in her intestine to heal.

This dog was brought in with an abdominal swelling. Radiographs showed a pregnancy had developed outside of the abdomen. One horn of the uterus had become trapped through an umbilical hernia. You can see a smaller puppy in the other uterine horn inside the abdomen. The dog was spayed and was saved from a life-threatening situation giving birth. The photo shows just how big the swelling was in relation to the dog.

 

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