Faith

5 years old
HD04

About Faith

Fit for
Experienced trainer
Cat friendly
Unknown
Size
Medium
Temper
Very shy
Age group
Adult
Gender
Female
Ready to go
Yes

Faith is available for adoption!

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Faith`s Story

Faith came from a killing camp in Slatina which was being evacuated. The 400 dogs living there had to be adopted immediatelly, otherwise they would have been killed. Faith is still traumatised and won't let anyone touch her. She is available to an experienced fosterer or trainner who is willing to work with her and give her a chance to a life free of fear and loneliness.

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Long Term Solutions

Faith was abandoned because her former owners did not have the financial means to spay/neuter their dogs. In Romania, to neuter a dog costs about 50EUR, which translates to 20% of the minimum net pension. Most dogs come from the rural area, where the vast majority of wages are made up only of these pensions. Each household has two or three dogs, this situation being the result of uncontrolled breeding and lack of veterinary service.

As you can see, the economics make this problem very hard to be solved. But there is hope, there are people that fight this problem first hand. One of them is doctor Irina Corbu, an experienced veterinarian that, along with her team, provides free spay/neuter campaigns all around our country for the people with bad material condition.

She has contributed in the sterilization of tens of thousands of animals in the past almost 10 years in which she carried more than 200 campaigns and countless free operations in her clinic, in Bucharest. If you care for these animals and want to contribute to forever solving the problem, we invite you to discover her cause and support her:

Learn more about Irina Corbu