Chaining the front or hind legs of horses is a common practice in several regions of Romania. This may be done for various reasons. Because of this, it will be difficult for them to escape. Our FOUR PAWS veterinarian, Ovidiu, came upon a horse in Letea, which is located in the Danube delta. Instantaneously, he lent a hand in removing the terrible chains that had been shackling the horse. As soon as Ovidiu set the horse free, the horse thanked him by giving him a thankful nuzzle before trotting off.
The horse is of the Hucul breed and is one of the wild horses that dwell in the Danube delta in Letea, which is a World Heritage Site and the second largest wetland in Europe.