The 3-month-old young lady puppy was dragging her little body in the city of Eastern European nation Romania looking for nourishment and sanctuary. She was probably hit by a transport and left incredible the side of the road. According to her raggedy state, she was hit no less than one month before American guest Nancy Janes discovered her. Despite the fact that the majority of the spots in Romania don’t permit puppies, Nancy sneaked the pup in her inn room and extended her outing so as to take the pooch to the vet.
Tragically the neighborhood vet gave bleak news: the puppy will never walk again. Nancy would not like to abandon her and chose to convey the young lady to United States for a moment sentiment at UC Davis Veterinary Hospital. With the assistance of a nearby rescuer named Ana Maria, Nancy could take the pup to her home in California. Nancy named the puppy Anna Marie after the neighborhood rescuer. At home the American vets prescribed empathetic willful extermination or the utilization of a truck and life time mind. Nancy requested the truck and this is the means by which Anna Marie’s enterprises started.
Anna Marie’s story is one of the numerous who enlivened Nancy Janes to help more Romanian pets. In 2003 she established Romania Animal Rescue an association that offers free or minimal effort spay/fix surgeries to destitute pets in Eastern Europe.
7. This 3-month-old girl puppy was dragging her little body on the streets of Romania in search of food and shelter
6. Even though most of the places in Romania don’t allow dogs, Nancy sneaked the pup in her hotel room and extended her trip in order to take the dog to the vet
5. Sadly the local vet gave grim news: the dog will never walk again
Nancy didn’t want to give up on her and decided to bring the little girl to United States for a second opinion at UC Davis Veterinary Hospital.