After seven years on the force, the nine-year-old Dutch Shepherd who helped bring down some of Poland’s most dangerous crooks, including drug dealers, murderers and organised crime mobsters, is now looking forward to a slower pace of life.
The project brings together a range of animal services and present them under one, easy-to-use umbrella so pet owners can choose the services they require more easily.
Organisers of the project hope the pictures will inspire people to adopt a dog.
TFN travelled to the small village of Wola Wodzyńska just north of Płońsk to find out about the incredible work of the Judyta Foundation and to meet the furry residents getting a heavy dose of TLC.
Katarzyna Chruściel, the woman who installed the window, wrote on her Facebook page. “Instead of taking a dog to the forest, or kill it, bring it to me instead. There is no camera so you will not be identified, and the dog will get a second life.”
Driven by a desire to find good homes for good dogs, a Kraków couple came up with the idea of dog-friendly café that hosts canine adoption events.
A Polish photographer has made a name for herself by taking breathtaking photos of dogs in stunning locations.
Many people think that homeless animals, which have lived in shelters since birth, cannot adapt to normal life outside the shelter. A Warsaw-based animal shelter proves that assumption wrong.