Shelter: Zemplén Gazdátlan Állataiért Alapítvány, dog shelter
Where: Sátoraljaújhely, Hongary
Manager: Szilágyi Lászlóné
Volunteers: 3 adults and 3 to 4 children who help in the summer holidays
This shelter helps about 250 dogs per year. The shelter places about 120 dogs per year in new homes. All animals who enter the shelter are spayed or neutered. The aim is to decrease the number of strays born into unhappy conditions. During the summer, the shelter organizes educational programs for children to teach them how to deal wisely and kindly with dogs. The earlier in life that people know how to treat animals, the better.
Motto: "Every dog deserves a friendly smile and a pat on the head."
Capacity: about 100 dogs (and a few cats)
Supported by SBA since: 2003
Szilágyi Lászlóné: 'We can always rely on the SBA and they always helped us threw misery helped. We are very grateful to the SBA, and we hope to have their help for a long time to come.'
- New roof for the dog kennels
Latest news about this shelter:
March 2020 (pdf)
June 2019 (pdf)
April 2018 (pdf)
May 2016 (pdf)
August 2015 (pdf)
September 2014 (pdf)
March 2014 (pdf)
November 2013 (pdf)
May 2013 (pdf)
June 2012 (pdf)
January 2012 (pdf)
November 2011 (pdf)
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