Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: Francky



What a heartbreaking visit today at a stable with two “beautiful” Great Danes, female and male with 15 days old puppies! They all appear to be pure-bred in this breed.

Jenn from Hotel Agora introduced me to “the people that feed” them, and she wants to sponsor this “rescue project.” AWL will have them spayed and neutered but they also need a nice place to be able to relax in for the rest of their lifes. A garden with dog house would be just perfect! They are so sweet together.

Tomorrow I will go and medicate the female.

They are both approximately 4 years-old, and the female appears to have been a “puppy-mill mama” — lots of litters in her few years.

The puppies are also up for adoptions. Please help them!

Remember the blog about the two dogs that were owned by an American and a person “helped” her adopt them away. Well they ended up in “rough” shelter/kennel, not the loving home the owner was lead to believe they went to.

AWL found the owner and brought them together. Lilly she kept, but Frankie she didn’t want to keep (small home and too much work for her with 2 dogs).

Well, Frankie is being fostered by Tammy (pictured) and her 5 dogs. She tells me he is a wonderful dog. Happy and loves to play; he adjusts great and very quickly to the pack, family home. He is 2 years old.

Frankie together with his two new best friends friends.

“Big Boy” was in a pack of four dogs at an Agip gas station. He needs a home quickly since his three other pack friends all got new homes…..please, it is heartbreaking that one has to be “abandoned” — left behind not understanding why! Please help a paw-fect friend


I had been asked to go out to a small shelter out on a field to have a look at a sick dog. While there we found out that there were two dogs that been abandoned by an American lady. We were told she had tried to put them to sleep. Horrified, I got the tags and went on a two week hunting expedition, its not been easy since many are careful of reveling names or get into trouble if this was true. No one wants drama, or to be involved. I found out the name and one of our fantastic volunteers Tammy got hold of her.

She became devastated when she heard that her former dogs were in a shelter. She wanted them back! A “friend” (she is getting interviewed tomorrow) had said she would help her adopt away the dogs. The owner could not keep them since she was probably going to be deployed, and her landlord had complained that they were barking a lot.

This “helpful” person took the dogs and gave them to an Italian animal worker, telling them that these dogs were put on “killing schedule” by an American. The Italian’s became mortified, with all understandable feelings, and put them in one, then another shelter.

Today , I was able to go out there and introduce the “owner” back to her two dogs, Frankie and Lilly. These animal volunteers who have cared for the two dogs, I can understand that they are still afraid that these two dogs will be deserted again….who is telling the truth?

Rebbecca was very angry to find out what she had thought was a loving new home for her former kids, were instead on cold concrete floor in a barren field, away from a warm home.

Keep your paws crossed that this will work out, since Lilly and Frankie can not be apart from each other. And Rebbecca can only keep one…..