300 stray dogs from Romania adopted in Germany

About 300 stray dogs from a shelter in Giurgiu, southern Romania, have been adopted by families in Germany last year. International adoption was based on a convention with a NGO from Germany.

Other 30 stray dogs of the shelter were adopted by locals in January.

“We have a partnership agreement with a Germany NGO, which provides the food for the stray dogs that arrives at our shelter. They also find them a foster family, so that during the past year, about 300 dogs have left the shelter heading to Germany,” the head of the shelter for stray dogs in Giurgiu, Gina Isaiu said, as quoted by Agerpres.

She added that the city hall has recently increased the shelter’s accommodation capacity, so if last year there were 450 seats, now there are 730 of them.

In Giurgiu, about eight stray dogs are collected from the streets on a daily basis.

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