Monthly Recurring Castration Project

by ProDogRomania e.V.
Monthly Recurring Castration Project
Castration
Castration

In the last months, animals of owners (dogs and cats) were neutered in all shelters as well as in various clinics. 

Approximately 250 animals of owners could be neutered. 250 animals no longer able to give birth to puppies or kittens. 250 times the reproduction chain interrupted - so great!!! 

We also managed to buy a used ambulance for our animal welfare worker Mishu and it was then transported to Baile Herculane. At the moment the vehicle is being registered and soon the first mission should take place. 

With the Kastra-Mobile Mishu has the chance to drive to remote villages in the Carpathians and to castrate owner dogs as well as strays directly with the veterinary team.

Another important step to keep the dog and cat population in check by means of castrations - but this will take a long time. 

 

Thank you for your support 

 

Bettina and the team of ProDogRomania e.V.

Ambulance arriving in Baile Herculane
Ambulance arriving in Baile Herculane
Ambulance coming to Shelter with plates
Ambulance coming to Shelter with plates
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Neutering days take place every month in all shelters. With this continuous castrations we try to avoid the basic problem of the street dogs and all dogs in the shelter - the unwanted puppies, flooding every year our shelters, to live in bad situations in the shelters where it is loud, where they have to survive.


To avoid this is only possible by castration of the dogs and especially the owner dogs and also cats. Due to the pandemic situation, public castration events in the Ploiesti area are unfortunately not possible. There our animal welfare activists distribute castration vouchers for veterinary clinics. These are well accepted.


Through your donations we are always able to castrate dogs and also cats of owners.


Thank you

Bettina and the team of ProDogRomania e.V..

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vets in action
vets in action

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic it is very difficult to almost impossible to carry out castration campaigns in public places.

Only in our shelter in Baile Herculane, which we are in charge of, a castration campaign took place in July, in which both shelter dogs and many owner dogs and owner cats were castrated.

In the other shelters that we take care of, the dogs that have not yet been neutered and those that have just been captured are regularly neutered as well as the young dogs that have grown up in the shelter.

Next weekend there will be another neutering campaign in Baile Herculane in our Shelter and we hope that many owners will come with their dogs.

Warmly

Bettina and the Team of ProDogRomania e.V.

dogs waiting for their castration
dogs waiting for their castration
castrations to prohibit such floods of puppies
castrations to prohibit such floods of puppies
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VetClinic in Ploiesti waiting for the owner dogs
VetClinic in Ploiesti waiting for the owner dogs

Regular public castration days are an important part of our daily work on site.

Due to the winter and then the COVID19 pandemic, we were not able to castrate owner dogs as originally planned.

Now that the restrictions due to COVID19 are slowly being relaxed in Romania as well, we can get back into planning.

During this time, of course, the dogs continued to be neutered in the shelters and at the request of dog owners, their dogs were neutered in veterinary clinics - but even that comparatively little.

This time was unfortunately a bitter setback for us - but our animal welfare activists are working on quickly carrying out castration days here again.

Even if we cannot give not so positive news due to the situation, please stay at our side, so that we can pick up speed again

Warmly and stay healthy

Bettina

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dogs waiting for castration
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waiting for castration

Castrations are our main goal to help ensure that not so many dogs are born in Romania anymore.

Especially the castration of owner dogs is very important to us. Because this is not so well possible in public buildings in winter, all new dogs have been castrated in our shelters in the last months and on the weekend 24.01. to 26.01. a big public castration campaign took place in the Shelter Baile Herculane. During these three days 100 dogs and cats were castrated - about 50 of them were dogs or cats from owners.

Such campaigns are so important and we notice more and more that more and more owners come with their animals to such castration days.

This gives us a good feeling.

Vets at work
Vets at work
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waiting room for dogs
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ProDogRomania e.V.

Location: Duisburg - Germany
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Project Leader:
Bettina Radermacher
Duisburg, Germany
$974 raised of $9,000 goal
 
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