The territory of shelters for homeless animals often looks like it is used for filming horror films.
But the dog shelter, which was built by a Polish veterinarian named Radoslaw Fedaczyński, is nothing like a horror movie location.
The man called his shelter “Dog Village”. And this place really resembles a cute and cozy village in which all the inhabitants are dogs rescued by a veterinarian, waiting for their new owners.
“Why “Dog Village”? I dreamed of a place where dogs wouldn’t sit in boxes with concrete floors or pens with rotting boards. I wanted the dogs to feel at home so that every curator or potential owner could spend a day with them,” Radoslaw Fedaczyński says.
At the moment, seven houses have been built in the village. They have heating, electricity, furniture, carpets and even internet to make the animals and the handlers who look after them feel as comfortable as possible.
These houses provide a safe home environment that prepares dogs for adoption.
Curators spend 8 to 10 hours a day with dogs, including feeding and walking. Part of the time they spend on organizational work. Near the village there is a veterinary clinic and an animal rehabilitation center.
In total, Radoslav plans to build forty houses in the village.