The program “End homelessness of animals – sterilization and castration of dogs and cats” is launched

Update – March 17, 2022

The project was completed using the financial resources fund.

We would like to inform you that on February 14, 2022, we are accepting applications for the sixth edition of the sterilization and castration program for dogs and cats belonging to Romanians, which will be funded from the city budget.

The aim of the campaign is to popularize this most effective and humane method of limiting the overpopulation of domestic animals (especially dogs and cats), which directly affects the number of undesirable animals in shelters.

The campaign will be implemented by the Municipality of Romania until November 30, 2022 or until the funds allocated for this purpose within the 2022 Citizens’ Budget are exhausted.

The service can be used in one of the 4 veterinary offices in Romania:

  1. Veterinary office St. Hubert – medicine. veterinarian. Barbara Zelewska-Pankanin, ul. Krakow 30, Rumia, tel.58 671 23 66 (funds used),
  2. Veterinary clinic “Pod Brzozą” – medical veterinarian. Jerzy Podgórski and physician. veterinarian. Andrzej Szczypior, ul. Bydgoska 8, Rumia, phone: 58 671 87 89 (funds used),
  3. Losvet Veterinary Clinic – medical veterinarian. Alexandra wnawniczak, ul. Kosynierów 37 lok. 9, Rumia, tel 698 375 555 (funds used),
  4. AWET Veterinary Clinic, ul. Drowsbrowskiego 141, Rumiya, tel.519 667 953 (funds used)

The costs of the procedure are covered by the Romanian City Commune.

The action is about animals Suitable for over 6 months and general anesthesia.

The municipality finances:

  • specialized visit to the building of the veterinary institution, including a pre-procedure clinical examination (including a blood test for animals over 7 years of age and the need for such an examination by a veterinarian) to exclude the adverse effects of anesthesia);
  • perform standard sterilization / castration procedure under infusion anesthesia,
  • implantation of a transponder (“chip”) in a previously unmarked animal,
  • postoperative care for the dog / cat from anesthesia until awakening, including analgesics and antibiotics;
  • control visit to the premises of the animal treatment facility, including clinical examination and removal of sutures.

It does not finance the commune procedures to prepare the animal for sterilization / castration (eg, deworming, vaccination, rubbing), inpatient care after surgery, or during an unexpected complication, such as an allergic reaction to the owner (teeth biting) or sutures as a result of the animal’s self-injury.

It does not finance the commune Provision of a postoperative jacket or collar for the animal by the veterinary department.

What is needed to benefit from city-funded treatment?

  1. Fill FORM – The application of the owner for the sterilization / castration of a dog / cat * at the expense of the city in 2022 under the program “Stop homelessness of animals – sterilization and castration of dogs and cats”,
  2. The completed form should be submitted to the Department of Economic Policy, Housing and Environmental Protection of the Executive Power of the City of Romania. Sobieskiego 7, room in Romania. 108 or 109, for initial verification of the application. The place of residence of the owner of the animal is determined on the basis of the submitted identity card and a document confirming the residence in Romania and is checked in the records kept by the local administration. If the treatment involves a dog, a document confirming the existing rabies vaccine must be submitted.
  3. With a form approved by the Romanian City Executive Power, you must go to one of the veterinary operations participating in the Program, where the date of the animal sterilization / castration procedure will be determined after the specialist visit.


  • A condition for participation in the municipal program is the inclusion of all animals that have undergone sterilization or castration in the municipal animal identification system. Therefore, dogs and cats, not yet marked with an electronic “chip”There will be additional sterilization / castration on the day of the procedure note. The procedure involves injecting a microscopic processor (transponder) under the skin of a dog or cat with a special syringe. completely safe for animals.
  • Approval of the application by office workers does not guarantee the procedure. Must be with a positive approved application immediately go to the selected veterinary clinic to arrange a date for the procedurethis also ensures participation in the municipal program.


  • female dogs and females should not be exposed to heat / heat during treatment.
  • At least 2 weeks should elapse after the last injection.
  • Animals should not be fed for at least 12 hours before the procedure – we only give them drinking water.
  • After the operation, the recommendations of your veterinarian should be followed.
  • For safety, it is recommended that cats delivered for treatment and after treatment be transported on carriers.

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