Howl of a Dog Latest Rescues

Here are some of the dogs newly arrived into Howl Of A Dog’s care. Please also visit Howl Of A Dog’s Facebook page for latest updates and adoption posts with our rescue dogs in need of adoptive homes.
If you would like to welcome any of them into your family, please check our adoption procedure HERE or email us on contact@howlofadog.org
Thank you!

We saved DORA from the city pound. We do not know her history aside from her being captured as a stray on the streets. Dora was very traumatized, quivering with fear. For the first week, her tail was tucked between her legs almost all the time. She is underweight and has some skin issues that need medical attention. She’s a young dog, estimated to be around 3 years old, medium sized. Continue reading

We rescued Safin from the city pound. He was severely emaciated and had many infected wounds and scars especially on his nose, neck, ears and tail. He has recovered very well and is now looking for his own loving home. Safin is a wonderful dog, with a very friendly personality, he gets along great with other dogs and loves people, being affectionate with everybody. Continue reading

Spike is a young dog found on side of a road. He’s friendly and gets along well with other dogs, loves to play fetch and to be taken out for walks. Spike is approximately 1 year old and he’s an active dog with a high level of energy and tends to get overexcited when he’s on a leash, however he has been making progress with walking on leash and has also learned the basic commands, like “sit” and “wait”. Continue reading

  These puppies were found dumped in a bag, outside a village, in September 2016. Here is the video presenting their story from the moment we saved them until today. The three surviving puppies – Lizzie, Taz and Bernie – … Continue reading

CARLA, together with 2 other dogs, belonged to an elderly lady whose health has aggravated to such an extent that she became physically unable to take care of the dogs Continue reading

DOLLY, together with 2 other dogs, belonged to an elderly lady whose health has aggravated to such an extent that she became physically unable to take care of the dogs Continue reading