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At Our Shelter!
All our pets are up to date on vaccines and have been dewormed.
We are more than happy to assist you with any concern involving the adoption
regarding travel and exporting the animal to your home country.
This shy girl is called Drita. In English means ”Light”. We gave her this name because her eyes are full of light which can hypnotize you.
Drita was 8 months old when she came into our shelter. We tried to get her sooner but she was so scared of humans that we had to ask for professional help in order to catch her.
Several injuries in her body, mange and signs of a survived distemper had marked her behavior. She is a handicapped and prefers to stay inside the kennel when visitor come.
She really was reborn in the shelter and we hope with all our heart to find somebody special for her.
We want to thank Doris for being her ”Guardian Angel”!
We met Lucky 4 years ago. His skinny and wet body smelled like mange and he had two stinky wounds in his groin. He didn’t walk because he was terrified. His ears had been brutally cut off and he was scared of humans.
At the time, we didn’t have a shelter and we fostered him in a kennel near an abandoned house in Gjuhadol. After being regularly fed and treated he gained confidence in himself and became autonomous to live in the street.
We brought him to the shelter with the first spay/neuter project and here is what he considers his home.
We are looking for a family for Lucky that has a yard which won’t constrain him but gives him the right space to live. If that is not possible we would love to have someone be his “Guardian Angel”.
An adorable, sweet and faithful setter, spayed and vaccinated.
She suffers staying at the shelter because she constantly needs love and attention, especially since she lost all her puppies. She consoles herself by hugging other puppies and sleeping next to them.
Please, adopt this magnificent creature.♥️
We don’t know the complete story of Rudi but what we do know is that human indifference towards sick dogs leads to this.
Rudi was a poor dog living on Ajasem street. Her life was reduced to casual eating and frustrating skin scratching and itchy wounds. As of April 9, Rudi started a new chapter.
We took her and ran a leishmania test, that turned out positive. We put all our efforts into raising money to get her the medication she needed. Now we are so happy that she is healthy again.
Rudi is looking for a forever family but chances in Albania are zero for cases like her. Help us find her one!
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