Category Archives: Welcome To Greece

Mother Dog Gave Birth Chained Without Food In The Middle Of Nowhere

Mother dogs are probably the most vulnerable of all our misfortunate Greek little heroes. Giving birth alone, on the streets, nursing and caring some of the least fortunate puppies ever, desperately looking for food and water while leaving their off springs behind, to be the easiest prey for the worst of predators: humans.



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Animals In Greece This Week

I have been wanting to do this for so long. What happens here in Greece every single day can never be covered by my daily blogs or a rescue video I upload per week. For every story you see, read or hear, there are about a dozen others that you will never hear about.




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Charity’s Dog Adoption Day Is Followed By A Message From The Neighbors

Are you wondering about the cover image? Well, here is how it goes: the nails hidden in the sausages on the right were left for the dog to consume and die of. Well, not particularly this dog, but for any dog who had the audacity to step foot in the particular DOG park.



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Greek Dogs And Cats On “Death Row”

Greek animal welfare is no-kill. The way things usually work here is: you rescue a stray, you treat it and  you place it in a foster home or a shelter until a forever home comes along – “until” meaning keeping it safe, healthy, well fed and taken care of for months, years or even its entire life.




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Chained For Life – Just Another Barrel Dog Looking For A Home

Chained for life- this is how many (too many) dogs spend their entire lives in Greece. Can you imagine being chained for 10-15 years? Never exercising, never running free, never being petted, never knowing how grass feels underneath your paws?




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Puppies In Trash – The Greek Way Of Population Control And What Can We Do

Puppies wrapped in plastic bags and thrown in the garbage is such a common thing here, that every time there is a post about a new litter found dead or moribund in a garbage bin, most of us are like: “oh, well, another one”.




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Strays Belong On The Streets – Everyday Ridiculousness

Strays have a lifespan of approximately 2 years, depending on the neighborhood they live in and their luck. In Greece, the risks for a stray dog (or cat) range from being poisoned deliberately, ran over and abandoned, suffering random abuse, starving and of course getting sick and dying without proper care and medical assistance.



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Neglected Dogs Dying Per Hundreds In Greek Public Shelters

Neglected, starved, forgotten, without food, water and proper veterinary care, dogs keep dying per hundreds in Greek concentration camps, that pretend to be “shelters” – legal shelters, since they are public.




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