Dogs to sponsor
Gorgeous Gabi is new to the HDIR pack. He's a handsome young lad who we will now check for any health concerns and neuter. We also check his social skills around other dogs, humans and cats. When all this is done, we'll be finding him a home!
Teddy is a very handsome GSD saved from the dog catchers, sadly he only has one eye. We recently moved Teddy to a behaviourist in Romania and he has come on leaps and bounds, his confidence is booming and we can't wait for him to be ready to rehome. Please sponsor him until then and keep track of his progress.
Jenny experienced a really bad spay- which in Romania can mean no anaesthetic, string used as stitches, or just about anything in between. She is understandably very shy and frightened of the world, and because of this she will need lots of extra attention.
What a beauty Cindy is! Is it just us or is she smiling in her photo? Another new recruit, we don't know much about her yet- but we will. This light coloured girl is safely in shelter, and will now go through the process of vet checks, spaying and behavioural assessment. Hopefully you'll see her soon up for adoption!
Look at brilliant Beans! Another wonderful new girl to the shelter, she arrived to HDIR when she was just six months old. She was the third generation to be rescued- they found her Mother and Grandmother too!
Meg is Beans' Mummy! This pretty lady is around three years old, and arrived at the shelter with her own Mum and her pup too. We're making sure Meg has lots of love and fuss before we search for her dream home. Could you help pay for her food and shelter costs?
Just look at that coat. Millie is an absolutely stunning girl, but other than her obvious beauty we don't know much about her yet. One thing we know for sure is that running your hands through that coat would solve all your problems!
Four year old Sasha has been on such a journey in her life, she was a very scared girl and very traumatised by her early experiences. Since moving to a great shelter a few months ago Sasha has come on leaps and bounds, and gains confidence every day.
When he was first rescued, this frightened little boy couldn't be touched. After a lot of patient TLC he is showing heaps of progress, and we hope one day soon he will be ready to find his forever family. His ongoing behavioural therapy, food and shelter really need sponsorship until he is ready to travel.