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Footprints of Joy, Cernavoda

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5/5 based on 15 reviews on the web
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  • If you like horses, donkeys, cats and dogs thats the best place to visit. They take really good care of the animals and give them a happy life Great staff and they take you around for a tour its publi...  read more »
  • Footprints of Joy, the Center made in Romania by Save The Dogs near the city of Cernavoda (160 km from Bucharest on the road to Constanta, on the Black Sea) is a good half for those who love nature and in particular animals-dogs, cats, donkeys, horses-that have found a safe haven. The Center occupies a large area outside the city, very good from the point of view of landscape, with rolling hills, Woods and pastures between the Danube and a flume. Footprints of Joy to both adults and children can see animals up close and appreciate the care with which STD's staff takes care of their needs. Interesting and moving is to assist the activities of pet therapy, offered to disabled children in nearby villages and in Cernavoda, which, given the poor economic conditions of their families may not have access to this kind of treatment. Viviana and Franco
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  • Save the Dogs and other Animals has created this amazing oasis in a vast and beautiful natural area, the hills not far from Cernavoda, surrounded by vineyards and dominated by a view of the river Danube. The Center is open to the public all year round and easily accessible via the motorway linking Bucharest to the Black Sea. Inside you can visit a beautiful shelter for abandoned dogs and/or mistreated, finally living in decent conditions but are waiting to be transferred abroad to have a better chance of adoption. You will find the new cattery recently opened, donkeys and horses to interact with. I was really fascinated and positively impressed by the expertise of our employees and managers of all another good initiative pet therapy for disabled children's activities, residents in the area. I would truly recommend to visit this place that welcomes dozens of animals in need and spend a few hours of serenity in the midst of nature.
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