Veterinarians from Romania to Bonners Ferry flock to Ukrainian border for passion that transcends war: the love of pets

Veterinarians from Romania to Bonners Ferry flock to Ukrainian border for passion that transcends war: the love of pets

With a tug and a jerk, Greicy, a lanky and muzzled Doberman who’d spent the past two days fleeing the war in Ukraine, was free and running. She bounded across the pavement of a small border crossing in eastern Romania Thursday, dodging confused volunteers, the wind whistling freedom, and leapt into the waiting arms of Vladyslav Oleksandra.

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