Someone made a request for this dog, and now we are doing the necessary checks to see if we
trust this person to adopt Tara. Come back soon, if the other person is not
we will make this dog available again, otherwise, it will be displayed as adopted.
Rescue this dog, Tara from the animal shelter!
Once upon a time, there was a little pup named Tara, who had faced the cruel fate of abandonment. She was left to wander the vast, desolate countryside of Romania, shivering in fear and longing for a warm, loving home. Tara's heartache was palpable, her soul yearning for a family who would cherish her.
Fortunately, a team of devoted dog rescuers stumbled upon Tara and her mother, Marcie. With hearts full of compassion, they scooped up the fragile pair and embarked on a mission to find them a safe haven. They nursed Tara back to health, ensuring she received the necessary vaccinations and a clean bill of health.
Now, Tara, at six months old, stands tall and strong, ready to embark on a new chapter of her life. Her sad, puppy eyes still carry remnants of her past, but they hold a glimmer of hope too. With her innocent heart and gentle nature, Tara deserves nothing less than a forever home that will provide her with the love and happiness she so desperately craves. Let us join hands, dear readers, in spreading the word about this beautiful young girl, hoping that someone with a kind heart will step forward and offer Tara the home she has always dreamt of.
Help others find dogs for adoption, like Tara!
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Ways you can help dogs like Tara have a better life
Tara was reserved so there`s a good chance it`s heading for a better life. However, we
be sure that the person requesting the adoption is trustworthy until we make the necessary checks.
That`s why you can still make an adoption request for Tara and if the current adopter
not pass our tests, we will contact you!
If you can, please support us by donating a small amount to our cause. The best way to donate is a
sum, on a monthly basis. This way we can control our finances more easily and be much more efficient
our work. Even 2£ per month can make a big difference for our dogs!
Did you know that there are ongoing spay/neuter campaigns in Romania done by
volunteers? This kind of actions aim tens of thousands of animals each year, preventing
them from reproducing.
Veterinary Social Clinic Romania
Being involved in such campaigns for over 16 years, doctor Irina Corbu is a
veteran surgeon that also runs a social clinic in Bucharest. All sorts of animals in
need, especially abandoned dogs and cats, are being treated there by a team of experts
providing free veterinary care. Find out more about her clinic by clicking the link