Dog for sale
The next time you see a “Dogs for Sale” advertisement, think about this: 2.5 million dogs in Romania are suffering and dying! Every day an abandoned or homeless dog suffers starvation, sickness, neglect, injury, abuse, torture, loneliness and death. These poor dogs suffer alone in silence every single day.
The next time you see a “Dogs for Sale” advertisement, think about this: 2.5 million dogs in Romania are suffering and dying!
Every day an abandoned or homeless dog suffers starvation, sickness, neglect, injury, abuse, torture, loneliness and death. These poor dogs suffer alone in silence every single day. They cannot approach a human and ask for help—in fact, they usually get kicked away, beaten, poisoned, or tortured… just because they are an inconvenience to society.
These dogs don’t mean to be an inconvenience … they’re just trying to survive! They’re searching for food … a safe place to sleep … clean water … and someone to show them kindness.
“Dogs for Sale” will always be purchased and given a home. But “Dogs for Adoption” usually die in the shelter they are being held prisoner in. Or … they are brutally killed (because of the current law, poor economy and lack of education).
When you see a “Dogs for Sale” advertisement, remember the Romanian dogs! And remember that ROLDA has been saving thousands of these dogs for over 10 years! Our humane dog shelters accommodate up to 700 dogs. They receive quality care and they are ready to be adopted.
The only difference between “Dogs for Sale” and “Dogs for Adoption” is that dogs for adoption are born on the streets… without a family or a home. They are just as smart, loving, kind, gentle, and caring as every other dog. The difference is that these street dogs suffer alone in silence … every day.
They need your help!
They deserve love! They deserve to be happy!
What will you think about when you see a “Dogs for Sale” advertisement?
To help a homeless dog in need please visit us at sponsoradog.org
Alissa from England decided not to buy but to adopt a dog. And Sunshine, from our shelter, a small-medium perfect playful female was Alissa’s choice.
“She really enjoys going to the park and just rolling around in the grass without her leash on!! Sometimes we will throw her the ball and she will look up at us, like, “You think I am going to get up from this comfy place?“ – Alissa, England
The “moral”? You can’t expect our dogs to do exactly what you have in mind, they do not mind readers and yes, sometimes they do have a personality to show but they will always, no matter what, make you smile and be there, with you and for you, in good and especially in bad moments. And if Sunshine beauty didn’t convince you, please read Pansela’s amazing story!
P.S. You can help end the suffering of a dog today! Adopt, sponsor, donate, give a gift, or volunteer. Indifference already killed too many of them! You will be saving many lives just by showing a bit of care and compassion and by making a small gift!
Your impact when making a one-time gift!
ROLDA Founder trip to Ukraine August 2023
I got two NP’s during my trip to Ukraine. Can you guess which one I took back with me home? There are a few reasons why I decided to visit Ukraine: I got the feeling that our international supporters were getting bored with this subject, sometimes get skeptical, and many living in West Europe are ... Dog for sale
ROLDA President’s Message May 2023
ROLDA Sverige was founded in 2014 by Lisa, and a group of volunteers dedicated to helping homeless animals live better. The main goals of this association are to help ROLDA Romania: fundraise to keep our shelters functional and rehome dogs from our shelters in Sweden.
The history of ROLDA large shelter read details
In 2004, ROLDA became aware of a horror scenario unfolding on our doorstep. A local steel mill, owned by one of Britain’s and the world’s richest men, Lakshmi Mittal, had become an involuntary home to countless stray dogs desperately seeking shelter and food.