About the experience in: Chisinau, Moldova
The shelter is big and there are a lot of dogs, so they need a lot of help. If you don't mind getting your hands dirty and working hard, then you won't have any problems adapting. In addition, dogs are usually quite friendly (although it is better to be cautious)
I really liked having the opportunity to do this Volunteering, because it expanded my Russian language vocabulary. Despite my poor command of the language, people were always very kind and friendly to me. Ira is an excellent person and host, she is quite a busy woman, but she always cares about the well-being of the volunteer.
5 months ago