To rescue a dog is not an easy job, as it sounds. As soon as the saving mission ends, the dog becomes a member of our shelters’ family, a part of our daily work. The rescued dog becomes our responsibility!
To look after a dog responsibly : this is the most difficult part of the mission. Especially when dealing with sensitive, shy or abused dogs, even the smallest mistake done might put in danger all the good work previously done, all the small progresses made.
Sometimes we searched the dogs photos archive and discover how a rescue story started – the dog ‘ transformation from the moment he was picked up from streets until he moved into his forever home.
These stories are a pure therapy for a rescuer’ soul, fill our hearts with joy and fuel us with the energy to keep on saving more animals in need!
BEFORE – AFTER
Andy – photo taken soon after being rescued. Weak, underweighted, suffering mange and one eye that need to be removed.
CHASMINE (RENAMED NALA)
Chasmine – photo taken soon after being rescued, weak, underweighted, in need of eye surgery, treatment for mange.
Renamed Nala by her adoptive family in Germany, she will travel to her forever home soon!
Lori- immediately after being rescued.
Lori- three months later, almost recovered. See Lori story
Buffy with Ingrid, volunteer from Norway. Buffy recovering after eye surgery and sterilization. She will be adopted in Switzerland.
Buffy- the day she came at the clinic, with eye injured and broken leg. See Buffy story
Tobi – found abandoned with open fracture and numerous wounds.
Tobi living now in our shelter. See Tobi story
Pufulet – Adopted by Sabine in Germany. See Pufulet story
Pufulet – soon after being rescued, beaten, with broken bones and a hole in his head.
Hope – at the Adoption Center, November 2014
Hope – soon after being rescued.
Nabi at Geneva airport, October 2014
Nabi – at the Adoption Center, May 2014
Nabi soon after being rescued. Read Nabi story
Homer soon after being saved (2012)
Homer after arriving to Yelena family in Switzerland.
Three legs dog, saved from death, now adopted in Switzerland.
Rescued from the steel plant,adopted by Muriel in Switzerland.
Found with old, infected injures. Currently in our shelter.
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