Mada – 8 month old female Cross-Breed

Mada was taken to the Radauti shelter by the dog catchers when she was a bout 2 months old. Surviving on the streets of Romania at such a young age, she has literally no chance of survival, starvation, being killed by the older bigger dogs in fights for food, being ran over or even tortured for fun.

 

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Mada is a loving sweet girl who just desperately wants a home of her own, she enjoys human company and gets on well with other dogs.

Mada is fully vaccinated, chipped, spayed and has a pass port.

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