The recent discovery of a puppy farm which housed close to 100 animals in particularly poor conditions is only one of many such likely cases nationwide, ETV news show 'Aktuaalne kaamera' (AK) reported Saturday night. These particular dogs are, however, likely to be rehoused with new owners in the near future.
In a farm in southern Estonia, a sad sight met the animal rescue group. Larger and smaller dogs had accumulated over the years and the elderly owner, who lived alone with the dogs, had also distributed the puppies. The last eight dogs went to Põlva. There were 15 dogs still left at his home, however, [...]
Zorik was never the tail-wagging or hand-licking type. But that didn’t stop the free-spirited vagabond dog from winning many hearts. When the black-and-white mutt, long a presence in a Tallinn neighborhood, was taken from the Estonian capital to the countryside earlier this year to live out his days in the safe and restful surroundings of [...]
A sculpture dedicated to a stray dog and all other street animals was unveiled in front of the Arsenal Center in Tallinn on Sunday, which was also World Animal Day.
A sculpture dedicated to a stray dog and all other street animals was unveiled in front of the Arsenal Center in Tallinn on Sunday, which was also World Animal Day. For the residents of Kalamaja and Sitsi, stray dog Žorik was a local legend who touched many hearts.
Criminal proceedings have been launched into a local government leader on the island of Hiiumaa, after he beat to death a fox cub in the island's capital, Kärdla. Toomas Vannas, administrative head of the Kärdla rural municipality, reportedly said late last week that he was stepping down after the incident, which he said he regretted, [...]
A local government leader on the island of Hiiumaa has resigned after killing a fox cub, ETV news show "Aktuaalne kaamera" (AK) reports.
A stray dog in the Kalamaja district of Tallinn, dubbed by local residents as Žorik, has become something of a legend, bucking the global trend for iconoclasm with a civic initiative started to raise a statue, or monument on his behalf.
An accident on Tallinn's Laagna tee which killed two people and injured six also saw a dog seriously injured. To cover the animal's medical expenses, the Estonian Animal Rescue Group (Eesti Loomapäästegrupp) raised more than €30,000.
An injured seal pup was found on Stroomi beach in North Tallinn on Thursday, according to ETV current affairs show "Aktuaalne kaamera". The animal's injuries were not serious.