Site design - E.C. & S.J. Rickman 

Animal Utopia  - Nov 2017

This dog was lucky to be rescued by someone who loves dogs.  

Love, money and time make all the difference.

Dogs missing limbs can recover and cope well;

 with love and care they can have a good life.

But there has been some success . . . !

Typical street dogs - homeless, hungry

and producing litter after litter.

Tragically this dog was strangled

Both these dogs were intentionally mutilated and left to die. 

Now rescued, their on-going medical attention requires financial aid.

" Man's best friend. "

These precious lives thrown away like rubbish

These dogs were kept in this appalling way

until they were killed

Some have injuries that require medical

attention if they are rescued

All the dogs suffer emotional trauma

This dog had its snout chopped off and was left for dead; but it survived and is now cared for by a rescuer in Romania.

This is a typical kill-shelter.

All the dogs' needs are totally neglected

" All it takes for evil to triumph

is for good people to do nothing. "

Edmund Burke  1729 - 1797

These next pages contain VERY strong and distressing imagery for which we cannot and do not apologise.

These dogs are in Romania,

Serbia and Bosnia.