Thanks to your kind donations, we continue to provide chemotherapy treatments to abandoned dogs in Venezuela that suffer CTVT. In the weeks immediately prior to COVID-19 mandatory quarantine in our country, we were providing treatment for approximately 3 dogs every week.
Dominoe, featured on the video we are including on this report, is an example of this. Make sure to click on the Youtube link below so see his story which we have translated especially for you :).
Contrary to common belief, male dogs also get CTVT and they also pass it along to others, spreading the disease. We are slowly continuing to provide chemotherapy sessions in some areas of our country during the mandatory quarantine in our country.
Your help will continue to be most valuable in this difficult times.
This month we went to did a routine vet check to our rescues, who as you know live 2 hours away from the main city of our country, Caracas.
Since most of them are senior dogs, we were indicated to complement their food with powder protein and vitamins. Also, some of them require particular treatments for some affections, fortunately, none of them serious or life-threatening.
Below, you may find the link to a beautiful video where you will be able to see them in action, so please don't miss it!
Thanks to your donations, all of this is possible!
Every donation you send is used to change the life of an animal in #Venezuela. Today, we would like to introduce you to six of them, who live in Zulia State, at the western of our country, in a once rich oil state that is now a very poor area.
Pakistan, Princesa (Princess), Casandra, Preciosa (Precious), Estrella (Star) and Mocha, are allCommunity dogs - that is dogs that do not have a house but that have remained within a community in which some people provide them with basic care and food -.
Thanks to your donations, we have been able to cover the entire cost of their surgeries so that they have a better life.
And this six stories replicate across our country thanks to your your great kindness and for helping us change their worlds.