Ownerless Dogs and Their Owners
Ownerless Dogs and Their Owners: An Ethnography of Dog Population Management in Romania
The projects analyses the dynamics of dog population management in Romania and the mobilization of actors in support of euthanasia or trap-neuter-return as methods of curbing the proliferation of stray dogs on the streets of the capital city, Bucharest.
Principal investigator: Adriana Mica
Implementing institution: Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Resocialisation – University of Warsaw
Funded by: Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Resocialisation – University of Warsaw.