Loma – Caucasian Shepherd Dog

Breed – Caucasian Shepherd Dog
Name – Loma
Sex – Male
Date of birth – 2012
Character:  Gentle, problem-free, faithful
Reason for bringing to the shelter: Found abandoned, sick and in a very vulnerable situation with various diseases
Receiving Date:
Health condition: Healthy (Final improvement 13.04.2020)
Status: Homeless, Ready for adoption

Adoption condition: Only guarantee superior conditions for care. The dog is accustomed to living outside, preferably with the house and yard.

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Loma’s photo when he was found in a very volnurable situation:

Sick Caucasian Shepherd Dog “Loma” rescued from euthanasia.

He was found on 1 December 2019 in the village Digomi, appeared to be suffering greatly and taken to a municipal shelter in Tbilisi. Once there, Loma was diagnosed with demodicosis, fungus, and plague. As no one wished to care for Loma, the municipal shelter rule required him to be put down.

However, GSPSA rescued the dog from the municipal shelter on 4 December and registered Loma under the organization. We are currently paying foster care for Loma and have started the treatment, which is expected to take 3 months. It’s already completed, and now we want to find him the forever home he deserves.

Rehabilitation period:

Loma after 7 months of rehabilitation – 10.06.2020

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You can help the shelter and stray animals by transferring money to the following bank account:

Currency: GEL, EUR or USD
Account With Institution: Bank of Georgia
SWIFT: BAGAGE22
Beneficiary: GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION AND SAFETY OF ANIMALS
Account: GE94BG0000000166248000

The shelter functions only on donations. To help specific animals or animals please transfer money to the organization bank account. You can indicate the purpose of the donation. http://gspsa.org.ge/donate/

If you wish to adopt a pet, please, read through Animal adoption policy and fill in Pet adoption requisition form.

 

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Contact: http://gspsa.org.ge/contact/