Thank you so much for joining our community of Street Dog Heroes.
Your ongoing donations make it possible so we never have to say "no" to dogs like Rangeela.
Rangeela was rescued in the middle of monsoon. He had a huge wound on his back filled with maggots. After 2 months of medical care, along with lots of love, rest, and food, he was completely healed.
Dharamsala Animal Rescue gets daily calls about dogs in the community needing help. The calls range from small wounds where we instruct a member of the community on how to treat it, to critical cases that require 24/7 care.
And sometimes we get calls about mothers and their puppies, both injured at the same time. Meet Patrica and Piglet.
Patricia was rescued for a severe eye injury that’s better now but will not heal completely because of irreversible damage. She also had a maggot wound on her back that’s getting better & better everyday.
Piglet had a deep gash on the side of his body and sadly contracted parvo at the shelter just a couple of days after their rescue.
Present day, they are both are doing much better now. Watch their story here.
Approximately 62 million dogs live on the streets of India.
In our small town of Dharamsala, we are doing our part to end the street dog/human conflict though our sterilization, vaccination, rescue, street animal feeding, education, and adoption programs.
And you are making a difference by being a street dog hero.
Regular monthly gifts provide a consistent, reliable income stream that allows us to spend less time fundraising—and more time saving lives.
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