Help Street Dogs in Dharamsala and Save Lives

by Dharamsala Animal Rescue
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Help Street Dogs in Dharamsala and Save Lives
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Project Report | Mar 23, 2022
Thank you for Giving Street Dogs a Second Chance

By Deb Jarrett | Founder/Executive Director

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Thank you for your support from Jan - March of 2022. 

Our goal for this year is to reduce suffering in two ways:

1. Increasing the amount of sterilizations and vaccinations we perform during the year.

2. Increasing adoptions. 

The outcome of both will lower the population of dogs living on the street and in turn improve their welfare. There will be less resources to fight over, less puppies being born, and more dogs in homes. 

These are lofty goals as Covid and other factors have prevented increases over the past two years. However, we have some exciting plans in place. Starting at the end of April, Worldwide Veterinary Services will be coming up to Dharamsala to run a 2 - week training for 6 vets and 2 vet assistants on best practices for sterilization camps and programs. Following the training we will run a 1-week camp with a goal of sterilizing 300 dogs. 

Following this, we will be able to run future camps and increase our monthly numbers to help stabilize population and decrease suffering! We are so excited. 

Stay tuned for an appeal for the 50% Matching campaign, April 4 - 8, to learn how you can help fund this project. 

 

 Increasing Local Adoption

Even though more and more locals are feeding and caring for dogs on the street, adoptions have remained stagnant. Starting in January, we began an awareness campaign called "I Love Desi Dogs." It features locals and Indian celebrities who have adopted street dogs and sharing why these dogs are the best! 

These images and videos are being shared on social media to spread the word. Change takes time, but we know it can happen. Just look at our latest adoption!  Little John was abused and left with broken legs on the street. Now he is in a loving home with Dharamsala local, Nandan. 

 

Meet Some of the Dogs who have a Second Chance at Life Because of You! 

Because of your support, Jovie and Tango received life-saving amputations after being hit by cars. Bee was allowed the time she needed to rest safely and began to walk again. Timmy, became pain free after the abuse he suffered. Timmi got his fur and his mojo back! 

We cannot do what we do without you, so thank you!

 

Stay safe and healthy. With gratitude, 

 

Deb Jarrett - Founder and Executive Director

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Deb Jarrett, Founder & Executive Director

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PS: Did you know the best way to support DAR is to become a monthly donor? All new monthly donations (up to $200) will have their first donation matched at 100% after four (4) total payments. 

 

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Dharamsala Animal Rescue

Location: North Kingstown, RI - USA
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Project Leader:
Deb Jarrett
North Kingstown , Rhode Island United States

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