Together, we can transform the future of each rescued dog.
Because every animal deserves to be respected.
This little one is Lisa – a Romanian street dog, found in a terrible state after being attacked by a group of larger dogs. She was traumatised by the attack, shaking and subdued. Our team immediately fell in love with her! She is such a beautiful, loving little dog who simply needs a helping hand to overcome her trauma. Lisa is currently receiving veterinary care for her wounds, as well as lots of TLC to get her eyes sparkling and tail wagging once again.
ROLDA Awareness Movement
At ROLDA, we prefer not to print literature because we endeavour to plough as many donations as possible into rescuing abandoned and abused animals. But in some cases, printing literature is the only way to raise awareness of our work. Find out what ROLDA has achieved lately for the community of Romanian animal lovers, and what are we planning for the future.
Rescue in Ukraine continues
Mykolaiv is hot spot in Ukraine, where war continues. Across south east of Ukraine, we have contacts with mini shelters with hundreds of animals. Not long ago, water pipe was destroyed by war. Besides food, water became a luxury for people and animals in the region who also need to protect themselves from bullets and missiles. These 5 dogs were extracted from war zone and currently safe in our shelter in Romania.
Did you know that…
7 out of 10 new born pups don’t survive in Romania
Help the ROLDA Rescue Team to save puppies like Valerie
Little Valerie had terrible diarrhoea, which is detrimental to a dog’s health. She was starving and dehydrated, and she eventually died an agonising death. We want to help as many vulnerable animals in need as we possibly can. Help us to protect pups like Valerie. Just $21 will help us to save 7 pups, just like Valerie. Together, we can make a difference to the lives of Romania’s dogs.
Be a Dog’s Hero!
Behind every dog rescue mission is someone like you, capable of making humanitarian work possible in Romania!
No dog deserves to suffer like they do in Romania
Campaign 2022: #UnchainDogs
ROLDA helps free dogs from their chains whenever possible. Injured dogs are easier to free because their owners don’t want to waste money on their treatment. Without our intervention, these poor dogs would continue to live imprisoned and in pain.
Goals and dreams
Reasons to continue to support ROLDA
ROLDA’s goal for 2022 is to sterilize 1500 dogs and cats, and to expand our support in other regions outside of Galati, like Tulcea and Olt where we identified reliable volunteers that work with local vets at a reasonable price.
“A few months ago, we were desperately reaching out for support to animal aid organisations around the world, as we are focusing on animal rescue in Romania. Very few have replied, and the only one that actually offered support were our neighbours based in Galati, ROLDA.”
#ROLDAdogs give unconditional love, no matter what
ROLDA Dogs of the Month!
If you thought Santa came to leave something in a bag for this pretty dog, think again. Someone threw 2 pups into a bag and abandoned them, together with their mother, who was tied to our shelter gate. They were disposed of at -20C degrees. When our caretakers saw something moving in the bag, they knew what to expect. Read more about Luna, Bella and Teddy…
What do ROLDA dogs mean to people?
I would like to thank you and your staff for blessing us with such a wonderful dog, Cookie is adorable. We got him in September and as the days passed settling in, delightful characteristics unfolded. His excited pant on greeting you, his nose erect then breaking out into a funny bellowing howl. Wriggling on his back contentedly alleviating his itch and his big paws shaking about, he resembled Baloo the hilarious gentle bear in the cartoon Jungle Book! Our Baloo had landed and certainly won a big place in our hearts! So from the bottom of our hearts we would like to take the pleasure again of saying A BIG THANK YOU!
Reasons to continue to support ROLDA
ROLDA transforms the dogs future
Even though Doina was someone’s pet, she was never given a name. It was us who named her Doina when her family brought her to us after their other dog (who is more than twice her size) bit off her left eye.
ROLDA educates new generations
ROLDA cares about pets and their owners
People from rural areas often live in dramatic conditions, and so it is hard to demand that these people put their pets at top of their priority list. At ROLDA, we believe good pet owners should be supported and this is why we pay emergency vet bills and sterilizations, and offer food aid to them.
But there’s still more to be done.
We still need your support. Here’s how you can get involved…
Special care is needed for our 300 senior dogs
We have over 350 senior dogs in our shelters.
It takes dedicated people to understand their particular needs.
Meet Sierra and Fade. They need you!
How can YOU make happy senior dogs like Sierra and Fade?
Become a ROLDA Ambassador and you help #ROLDAdogs for free
Take action and start creating a chain reaction!
Complete the form to receive a promotion pack by post.
Do Ambassadors make a difference?
When you spend just 3 minutes reaching out to people, even if it’s just one person, you are starting a chain reaction of new ROLDA supporters that can save hundreds, or even thousands, of dogs.
WHO ARE WE?
ROLDA Inc. is the arm of ROLDA, an internationally supported animal welfare organisation operating in Romania to solve humanely, efficiently, and responsibly the stray dog population in Romania, which is estimated to be 2.5 million. ROLDA has a strict no-kill policy. Our key focuses are rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming, spay/neuter, social programs, and education.
● Run 2 shelters which comply with EU regulation
● Provide free spay/neuter campaign in 3 counties across Romania
● Rehome dogs in countries where we have reliable partners
● Campaign against illegal (public) shelters
● Educate community members to be responsible pet owners
● Campaign against animal abuse
TOGETHER WE MAKE AN IMPACT
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