UPDATED OCTOBER 2023
Rescue Operations to the U.S. are Starting Up Again!
Here are the recently arrvied pups who are being fostered in the U.S. Please complete the contact form to express your interest in adopting. We will contact you via email with more info on our adoption program and application.
Our adoption fee is $500 regardless of how much we invest in making each dog healthy and safe. Our typical cost per dog ranges between $1,200 and $1,500 for vaccinations, spay/neuter, short-stay boarding with fosters in country and travel.
3 years old (approx.)
Brenna was found in Mesologio, Greece tied up with a chain that was so tight it cut through her skin almost half the way around her neck. She was rushed to the vet where they surgically removed the chain, cleaned the wound and stitched her back together.
Brenna is very friendly and smart. She is a small but high energy Brittany who loves to run and play! When she’s done with that, she loves to cuddle up with you.
Brenna is being fostered in Rochester, NY and is fully healed from her wounds. She is doing great with her foster friends and settled into the home very quickly.
Greek Kokoni & Yellow Labrador
7 months old
Abby is not yet Spayed- (too young) Adopter will need to provide proof of spay if she is adopted prior to spay appointment.
Abby was found abandoned on the island of Kefalonia, Greece shivering behind the wheel of a car after all the floods. The rescuers and vet think that she is a mix between a Labrador retriever and a Greek Kokoni. She is petite, playful and very loving.
From the Greek Rescuer: "Someone is getting an awesome dog”💕
She was as good as gold...walked her in the garden last night...did all her poops…played with the other dogs...popped her in her crate and didn't hear a peep from her till 6.30 when we got up...took her outside did her toilets again...such a good girl...loves playing with the cats too!"
Abby is on her way to Detroit this month (Oct 2023) and will be fostered in Rochester, NY.
German Shorthaired Pointer
5 months old
Not yet neutered- (too young). Adopter will need to provide proof of neuter if he is adopted prior to neutering appointment
Hunter was found walking along a country road in Serbia. His rescuers picked him up and brought him to safety. They are friends of SDRI and have vaccinated and cared for him until he could travel.
Hunter is on his way to Boston (October 2023) and will be fostered in Rochester, NY.
SERBIA DOGS AWAITING TRANSPORT TO THE U.S.
THESE PUPS ARE ALL SAFE IN FOSTER CARE IN SERBIA
All of these pups are waiting to transport to the U.S. Currently our preferred airline is not accepting dogs so we are investigating other means to bring them home!