At the last minute, so to speak, we were able to save a pregnant stray from having her already developed but unborn puppies aborted. Yes, it is hard to believe, but unfortunately this is often seen as “problem solving”. After we had collected the mother-to-be, who was called Nari by our supporters, she moved in Elena’s house so that she could rest and give birth to her pups there. With Elena, Nari really blossomed again. She walked happily around the house and seemed quite pleased with her temporary accommodation. When their puppies were old enough, the small family moved into the PLACE for STRAYS. There she got along very well with all the dogs and loved the helpers. After completing the vaccinations, we found a great family who can now offer Nari a wonderful dog life despite her leishmaniasis. We are so grateful!


Nari was a wonderful bitch, calm, very friendly and with a cheerful disposition. She was very people-oriented and was happy every time Elena came home or looked after her. She also enjoyed spending the breaks from her babies relaxing on the couch.

Medical care

  • 28/09/2020: Elena took Nari and her pups home for care and supervision
  • 21/09/2020: swelling on the neck; Examination revealed no foreign bodies; likely inflammation; is treated
  • 15/09/2020: Nari gave birth to 7 puppies
  • 07/09/2020: examination with ultra sound
  • 11/11/2020: first regular vaccination and rabies vaccination
  • 25/11/2020: castration
  • 06/12/2020: spot on
  • 09/12/2020: second regular vaccination
  • 20/12/2020: deworming
  • 21712/2020: Imizol injection for tick bite fever treatment