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All animals, stray or not, abandoned or well looked after, pure breed or mixed, all deserve the best veterinary care they can get. The Center of Hope does not differentiate between animals and their owners, whether they can pay for our services or not, while remaining focused on helping the homeless. The center welcomes difficult cases from other regional charities and will provide the best veterinary care, from routine check-ups and small surgery to emergency procedures and recovery physical therapy.


Take a tour of our center and check out 

the awesome facilities with best in class

veterinary care for all animals in need. 

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The center opened its doors in Spring of 2017 to animals in need! It is the first purpose-built veterinary hospital that aims to provide free or subsidized veterinary care to stray animals and impoverished families in Romania as funding allows. Some of the key facilities include sterile surgery room, spay room, digital x-ray, intensive care unit, ultrasound room, isolation wards and much more. In addition, COH has a conference area where seminar and education events are held as well as lodging for vets and vet techs attending the Veterinary Training Camp.


We need your continued support to have the ability to provide veterinary care and spay/neuter for all animals in need.  All donations go towards us helping provide subsidized or free vet care to all the animals that come thru our doors.  We strive not to turn anyone away, but in order to do that, we need your financial support.  

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With the increasing demand for our spay/neuter, veterinary treatments and veterinary training,  a new extension for the Center of Hope is being built with donors support.  This extension will allow us to double our spays and neuters for the region, with a monthly goal of 1000 spays and neuters at this location alone.  Homeless Animals Hospital program as well as the Veterinary Training Camp will be held here.  Our plan is to have this new extension up and running by Spring of 2022 as funding allows.