Pictures show two Romanian rescue dogs posing in Norwegian Fjords

Pictures show two Romanian rescue dogs posing in Norwegian Fjords

03/30/2021

Pawsome! Incredible pictures show two Romanian rescue dogs posing in stunning landscapes across Europe after their owner took them travelling in a campervan

  • Anne Geier rescued Finn and Yuri, who faced being put down in a killing shelter
  • Spent two weeks touring the mountains and fjords of Norway in a van with them
  • Finn, a fox-terrier and Labrador cross, was adopted by Ann in 2014 and was joined in 2017 by Yuri, an Australian cattle dog and border collie cross 

Two street dogs rescued from the streets of Romania are now living amazing new lives touring Europe with their owner.  

Photographer Anne Geier rescued cross-breeds Finn and Yuri, who faced being put down in a killing shelter.

Now Ann and her two doggy companions enjoy travelling to some of Europe’s most spectacular beauty spots in her VW T4 Campervan.  

In her latest adventure with her two loyal canine companions, she spent two weeks touring the mountains and fjords of Norway documenting their trip with her camera.

Finn, a fox-terrier and Labrador cross, was adopted by Ann in 2014 and was joined in 2017 by Yuri, an Australian cattle dog and border collie cross. 

Two street dogs rescued from the streets of Romania are now living amazing new lives touring Europe with their owner

Photographer Anne Geier rescued cross-breeds Finn (left) and Yuri (right), who faced being put down in a killing shelter

Ann and her two doggy companions enjoy travelling to some of Europe’s most spectacular beauty spots in her VW T4 Campervan. Finn is pictured 

The result is a stunning series of beautifully-crafted portraits of the two dogs with crystal clear lakes, snow-bound mountain peaks and foggy forests as the backdrop.

Ann, who lives in Tauplitz, Austria, when she is not travelling in her van, said: ‘ Its perfect, we can go wherever we want and whenever we want.

‘We are totally free and flexible and not bound on any accommodation.

‘The dogs love the van.

‘Its like a home for them.

Finn, a fox-terrier and Labrador cross, was adopted by Ann in 2014 and was joined in 2017 by Yuri, an Australian cattle dog and border collie cross. Yuri is pictured

Finn (right) and Yuri (left) who were rescued by photographer Anne Geier and taken to Norway to see some of the beauty in the world. See

Anne creates a stunning series of beautifully-crafted portraits of the two dogs with crystal clear lakes, snow-bound mountain peaks and foggy forests as the backdrop

Ann, who lives in Tauplitz, Austria, when she is not travelling in her van, said: ‘ Its perfect, we can go wherever we want and whenever we want’. Finn is pictured in Norwegian Fjords 

‘I think moving from hotel to hotel every few days would be too stressful.

‘This way of travel is different.

‘It’s a very simply way of life and you have to reduce everything on just important things.

‘Of course sometimes its also quite hard, to have no shower for days, to sleep in a cold car or to have just a bit of space during a lot of raining days.

In her latest adventure with her two loyal canine companions, Anne (pictured) spent two weeks touring the mountains and fjords of Norway documenting their trip with her camera

Finn (left) and Yuri (right) are pictured in the campervan. They were both recused from a kill shelter in Romania 


Finn and Yuri are pictured in Norway after travelling with Anne. Finn is right, Yuri is left

Anne is pictured in Norway with her dogs Finn (right) and Yuri  (left) 

‘For us it is definitely the perfect way to travel and the biggest luxury we can imagine.

‘We already travelled to several countries Norway, many times to South Tirol, Switzerland, Italy and Germany.

‘And we made a lot of short trips to amazing places here in my home country Austria.’


Before the were rescued: Finn (left) and Yuri (right) are pictured in the Romanian kill shelter before they were adopted by Anne 

Yuri the dog in Romania before Anne Geier rescued him

Sunset: Yuri is pictured enjoy a stunning sunset in Norway after being rescued by Anne

Finn the dog is pictured with swans in a lake in Norway after being rescued. He had been neglected before his rescue  

Yuri had been held in a killing shelter after living on the streets for three years and according to Ann had been abused and neglected before she took him into her life.

She added: ‘Yuri is a really lovely dog. But he needed time to trust.

‘Yuri is a dog, who – I think – made bad experiences with humans in his former life.

‘You can see it if you get a bit angry with him – then he is always afraid that something bad will happen.

Strike a pose! The adorable pooches are always camera ready and often look adorable in their pictures 


Finn looks stunning as he poses in front of a Fjord in Norway (left) while Yuri (right) poses in the snow

Yuri is posing in front on a gorgeous blue lake in Norway. He had been held in a killing shelter after living on the streets for three years and according to Ann had been abused and neglected before she took him into her life.

Anne says that Finn (pictured) is the ‘calm anchor in her life’ 

Finn (left) and Yuri (right) are seen overlooking a landscape in Norway 

Anne says that Yuri and Finn (pictured) are perfect companions as they both have lots of energy


Finn, a fox-terrier and Labrador cross (pictured) was adopted by Ann in 2014 and was joined in 2017 by Yuri, an Australian cattle dog and border collie cross.

‘Finn is the calm anchor in my life.

‘But much more important he is Yuri´s calm anchor.

‘Yuri is a mongrel of breeds with a lot of energy…so Finn is the best companion for Yuri.

‘They supplement each other perfectly.’

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