Congratulations! You have collectively contributed $5,127 to save 50 suffering Indian street dogs. We wanted to share a rescue story with you to demonstrate the power your donations have on the health and safety of our street dogs.
Juliet, just 1.5 months old, was run over by a car and nearly lost her paw. To worsen matters, she was also infected by canine babesiosis, a parasite transmitted through a tick that infects red blood cells and can lead to anemia. She was very weak and full of ticks and fleas.
Thanks to our skilled vets and committed support staff, Juliet's paw was saved. She showed immediate progress and healed within a few weeks. Once she got a clean bill of health, we were able to send her home.
Juliet is just one of the hundreds of street dogs we have helped this year. You can see more success stories and learn how Dharamsala Animal Rescue is making a more humane and sustainable life for the street dogs of Dharamsala by joining us on social media.
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Deb Jarrett, Founder & Executive Director
P.S. Don't wait any longer. Making a monthly gift to DAR provides ongoing support for the critical work we do to help the street dogs of Dharamsala.
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