How long is a dog life? Maybe 10 years or more, maybe less. But how a dog feels his life passing by? Dogs live in present, this is one of their numerous qualities. Dogs are ready to put aside the painful past and enjoy the present like they discovered “quality living” for the first time.
Dogs born in freedom and living all their lives on the streets accept with difficulty a life in kennels. Numerous people complain because dogs presence on the streets, but for the dog itself taking him the freedom and placing his in a cell it’s a punishment.
A longer discussion can be the conditions provided in Romanian shelters, most of them deplorable ruins.
Humans companions abandoned on the streets are many and every case has behind a traumatizing experience in a dog life. Often dogs become depressed, refuse the food, die when being dispensed like a trash. This category of dogs get a freedom which they don’t like because they once had a fulfilled life, being around and pleasing a person. Suddenly their world fall apart.
Dogs severely abused by people learn hard to trust again or to accept humans’ presence.
Despite harsh conditions, ROLDA transforms each rescue stray , at a time, no matter how long it takes, into a perfect companion. Each dog should benefit of the comfort of a home where he should feel loved, wanted!
ROLDA succesfully rehomes rescue dogs in USA, UK, Holland, Norway, Sweden and Germany.
We know that millions animals are put to sleep in shelters all over the World, therefore we encourage you to act local and only if you are madly in love of a Romanian rescue stray to continue the adoption process.
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The popular guide “How to leave your dog unsupervised and not worry about it - Curing Dog Separation Anxiety” for FREE
Once at every third day you will get an email with:
- - Updates on available dogs for adoption.
- - Updates on our projects
- - We will inform you on tens of easy ways to help in making a dog happy and in bringing happiness in hundreds of homes.
P.O. Box 40, Greenbank,
roldausa (at) care2.com
phone: 360 678 1057
mobile: 360 969 0450
(Org.Nr. 998 398 495)
Contact person: Sandra Keim
Facebook page ROLDA Sverige
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