Our highly skilled vets have adapted and improved surgical techniques such as "keyhole incision" and "flank spay, which are less invasive allowing for a quicker recovery. These techniques allow the vets to perform many surgeries quickly, safely and following highest pre- and post-surgery standards.
Romania and Bulgaria are two of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe. Veterinary services are virtually non-existent in rural areas and properly trained specialists are hard to come by. As a consequence, many pet owners never spay/neuter their cats and dogs, preferring to discard the unwanted litters on the streets thus contributing to an ever-increasing stray population.
Our priority has and remains spaying. From 2004, we have spayed/neutered over 121,802 dogs/cats, translating into millions of unwanted puppies and kittens saved from a miserable existence on the streets. Spaying/neutering also improves and prolongs the lives of adult dogs/cats by preventing certain forms of cancer, infections and birth complications.