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A CRY FOR HELP: A second surgery for Rex the husky

04 July 2012

A CRY FOR HELP: A second surgery for Rex the husky

EDIT: Dear friends, the necessary ammount has been raised for the second surgery of Rex! Thank you for giving him the chance of health and happiness! He will be going to the Central Vet Clinic this Sunday to prepare for his complicated operation. We will keep you informed. Please, wish him all the luck in […]

Regards from Rex the husky

26 June 2012

Regards from Rex the husky

Today is a good day – Rex no longer has to wear a victorian collar and has begun to move about a little. Grateful and incredibly nice, Rex enjoys the human attention and is being a very good boy. Rex is alive today thanks to you, dear friends! And he has absolutely no intention of […]

If at first you don’t succeed with Rex…

13 November 2013

If at first you don’t succeed with Rex…

Here is the living proof of a great Bulgarian saying “every evil that comes is for the best”. It has now been over a year since Rex the husky came to us out of the blue. It was one sickness-surgery nightmare for all involved. And when the surgeries were finally through and successful – BOOM […]

Max the husky went home

27 July 2013

Max the husky went home

There was a point when we thought Bogrov might turn into a husky shelter – we had 14 huskies and twice as many husky-mix dogs that were going nowhere. Bought as good-looking accesories, these dogs had become a handful for their owners and discarded outside as useless trash. Unfortunately, people get caught in the looks […]

A cry for help: husky on the brink of dyeing

15 June 2012

A cry for help:  husky on the brink of dyeing

EDIT 16.06.2012, 5 p.m. Dear friends you have raised the 350BGN needed for Rex’s first operation! Thank you for helping him! He is recovering and hopedully when he is strong enough he will have a second surgery to completely recover his ruptured stomach. We will keep you informed. Bless you! Rex is no name for […]

Blown by the Northern wind – two huskies, a lucky and an unlucky one

24 November 2015

Blown by the Northern wind – two huskies, a lucky and an unlucky one

Do you remember Rex? The Original Rex, our first Rex, the blue-eyed king of the old shelter – an incredible husky with severely damaged intestines. After him we had Rex II, also Rex the Third, also blind Rex. And then it was PseudoRex… Our pseudoRex had the same history and the very same problems: tied […]

Summer euphoria 4: Valya

01 September 2013

Summer euphoria 4: Valya

Name: Valya Special traits: Missing an eye and being a husky. Stay at Bogrov: 8 months New Home: Great Britain It was the New Year’s eve of 2013 and Valua, a pet husky mix got a very “special” gift – a fire-ckacker in her eye and an abandonment (oh, this eye thing is so gross, […]

Adoption marathon 2

10 July 2013

Adoption marathon 2

Sirius, the wonderful husky we found wandering in Nadezhda district a long time ago has a new home finally! He was just a fluffy bag of bones when we took him in, no muscles on his legs and body – those are signs of life on a chain. Sirius wasn’t shocked with the shelter concept […]

Children of the north

31 March 2013

Children of the north

Fashion in dogs is something terrible: We have seen this happen before – with German shepherds, then with Dobermans and Rottweilers, then with Cockers, then Dalmatians… It always happens the same way. A breed becomes very popular, petshops and puppymills begin overproducing, people buy and buy dogs without knowing the responsibilities and a few years […]

At the end of the day…

13 October 2012

At the end of the day…

The Bogrov shelter is open 365 days a year. We have a daily routine that we maintain as any hard-working “farmer” would. Here is a typical Bogrov evening: The dogs from the clinic cages are being walked. And all 500 inhabitants get their evening meal. The shelter dog – Chicco goes back to his “room” […]

Children of the North

09 July 2012

Children of the North

We have seen this happen before – with German shepherds, then with Dobermans and Rottweilers, then with Cockers, then Dalmatians… It always happens the same way. A breed becomes very popular, petshops and puppymills begin overproducing, people buy and buy dogs without knowing the responcibilities and a few years later – many dogs of this […]