Frequently asked questions


Volunteer work is an extremely important, socially recognized and very important activity for both the volunteer and the organization for which he / she volunteers. Read about how to volunteer in our association and shelter

We accept donations in various forms. The money is used to pay for veterinary care, feed, overhead, fuel and simillar, and from material donations we are constantly in need of the following...

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It is necessary to call the municipal warden of your city or municipality who will check if the dog has a microchip and in that case return it to the guardian. If the dog does not have a microchip, the municipal warden will issue an order to place the dog in a shelter.

If it is a dog, it is necessary to contact the municipal warden of your city or municipality immediately.

If he does not answer, contact us by calling the phone number.

If you are just testifying that someone is abusing an animal, it is necessary to immediately inform the police via 112 or directly on 192.

If the animal is neglected in relation to the conditions of keeping, send a written report to the municipal warden of your city or municipality, and if the health and welfare of the animal is endangered, then to the veterinary inspection.

Shelter staff can also help you with this, but the shelter is not an authorized person to act in such cases. The shelter will accept the abused or neglected person on the order of the communal warden or veterinary inspection.

When you lose a dog or cat, notify your home veterinary clinic immediately.

Send a photo and your phone number to the shelter's e-mail or in the inbox of our Facebook profile to announce the disappearance of the animal as soon as possible and call on citizens to help with the search.

Also, stick posters with a photo of your dog or cat in prominent places, ask local radio stations to post an ad about your pet’s disappearance, and send the ad to a newspaper.

Adopting a dog is a very important and responsible decision and you need to think about it first.

When you adopt an animal, you do it for the next ten to fifteen years, so you need to think carefully about all the obligations that will await you in life in caring for that animal (where will you go with the dog when you have to go on a business trip or vacation, , do you have enough financial resources for quality dog care, do all family members agree that a dog should come to the house or apartment, etc.).

If you have thought carefully and still want to adopt a dog, come to the shelter or talk to the shelter staff about what kind of dog you would like and what living conditions you are willing and able to offer him.

It is extremely important to find the best combination for you and your new pet. For younger and active people it will be a younger and more active dog, older people will not usually get a puppy in the process of adopting an older dog that is more similar in energy and character to them.

Of course, fostering in a box, on a chain, or as a guard in a third yard without normal contact with people will not be possible.

The foster parent must be of legal age and all family members must agree to the foster care.

You will find out all the details about the dog in direct contact with the shelter employee who will interview you, and then you will jointly choose the dog that best suits you and your conditions.

After you have agreed on the conditions of adoption and chosen a dog, the shelter staff will come to your house and apartment to see where the dog would live and bring you a dog.