At the end of 2018, while on duty, bailiffs in Novgorod found 2 small hungry husky puppies, whose owner moved out of debt to another place. UFSSP officials then contacted Salvation. Dogs” and animals temporarily housed there. Then the bailiffs began to regularly come to the shelter to visit their wards, they got used to walking them. Thus began a collaboration that has lasted for more than 4 years.
The bailiff then took one of these puppies for himself. As the press service said, the departments, “after looking into his eyes, she could no longer leave him without her love and attention.”
It should be noted that the community of volunteers “Salvation. Dogs” has existed in Veliky Novgorod since 2008. They have hundreds of dogs in their care. They all need daily support, medication, food and, of course, attention. Many dogs have suffered physical and psychological trauma.
An Alabai was brought to the shelter from a deserted field, found tied with duct tape to a tree. Another dog was brought in after being hit by a car and abandoned by its owner. One of the last dogs to enter the shelter was a circus unit that was visiting Veliky Novgorod. The circus left, and the homeless and useless dog ended up in Salvation. Dogs”.
A team of bailiffs in Novgorod has formed a team that has been helping the community for more than 4 years: buying feed monthly at its own expense – an average of 3-4 bags per month.
photo of the press service of the UFSSP of Russia in the Novgorod region