HELLO

We’re Barking Mad Dog Rescue. We’re a UK registered charity (1160985) working to improve the lives of abandoned dogs in Romania. 

We have a hands-on team in Romania at our shelters in Constanta and Calarasi, where we care for around 500 dogs and puppies, many of whom have been rescued from unimaginable abuse and neglect.

We also provide food, vet care and support to two other shelters in Romania.

In total, we feed more than 500 dogs every single day.

We aim to rehome as many of the saved dogs as we can.

In the UK, we have a team of volunteer adoption specialists working with potential adopters and foster carers across the country. Although we aim to rehome as many of the saved dogs as we can, some unfortunately will never be suitable to make that journey. These dogs are available for sponsor here.

If you think you can offer a home to one of our dogs please read the information here, or if you’re interested in fundraising or getting involved with Barking Mad Dog Rescue in any way at all, then contact us.

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DOG OF THE MONTH

Fleur

Please meet our lovely Fleur.  Fleur is the only one left from her litter of three siblings who were rescued from the public shelter last year. Her brother and sister were both adopted.

She is a very sweet natured young dog with oodles of love to give once she gets to know you. She was  exactly one year old in March

Fleur seems to be wearing that cloak of invisibilty that all black dogs do. And yet she is such a stunning young dog. Fleur, along with her brother and sister, came into our care when the Dutch rescuer who had faciltated their rescue, was no longer able to take responsibility for their care. 

Fleur is looking for a home where she would have another friendly dog to lean on. She is young still,  and is seeking an active home, where her family would have the time and space to let her intergrate at her own pace. 

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