Sochi Dogs is a trailblazing non-profit organization committed to improving the welfare of stray dogs through education, adoption, and sterilization programs.



June 30 Rescue — Linda and Puppies

Many stray dogs take up residence at construction sites in Sochi. Workers feed them and the construction provides shelter but when the work is finished landlords call exterminators to poison or shoot the dogs. 

On June 30 we were called to a construction site that is almost complete to rescue this mama and her three puppies...Read the whole story and learn how you can help here (last updated July 4).


Curbing Over-Population

The population of stray dogs in Sochi grows exponentially every year due to the lack of education about the importance of spaying/neutering and the lack of access to veterinary care in rural communities. Learn how Sochi Dogs is changing the status quo here.

A Street Dog’s Wish

Loving eyes, danger zone
Broken spirit, still alone
Treacherous traffic, tired, worn
Nobody stops, heart is torn
Want to trust, eat a meal
feel a touch, hear my name
winter cold, summer heat
A human friend is all I need.
Pick me up, take care of me,
Renew my spirit, set me free
I am a street dog, lost and cold
Longing for the love –
I promise to return – tenfold.

By Romana Williams
Dedicated to Sochi Dogs Extraordinaire

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I'm Molly, my sisters and I were rescued outside a hospital just before exterminators were coming to get us. I live in New Jersey, and my sisters live in Virginia and Scotland. Read more happy tales here.

I'm Molly, my sisters and I were rescued outside a hospital just before exterminators were coming to get us. I live in New Jersey, and my sisters live in Virginia and Scotland. Read more happy tales here.


Sochi Dogs is all about education, adoption and change. This summer we launched a Russian website to educate the local...

Posted by Sochi Dogs: Extraordinary Strays on Sunday, July 5, 2015