Undertaking actions to manage the presence of stray dogs in the forest


Infectious and parasitic diseases transmitted from stray dog constitute a significant threat to populations of large carnivores, domestic animals and humans. Because of this, the WOLFLIFE team collected biological samples in Natural Park Putna-Vrancea from stray dogs. This analyses will determine the need for epizootological combating. Besides this, stray dogs will be neutered.

The presence of a large number of stray dogs in the forest habitats is caused by lack of education and information among dog owners, especially in rural areas, leading to an increased rate of abandonment.

The cameras with motion sensors used in the WOLFLIFE project to monitor and assess the conservation status of wolves, occasionally,

Monitoring wildlife using cameras shows once again the cruel reality of the Carpathian forests. Poaching wild animals reached unsuspected strengths

ACDB, WOLFLIFE partner, made a report about the impact of the livestock guarding dogs and stray dogs on fauna. Information

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