Thank you for giving dogs like Uno a second change at life! Uno is one of the many dogs who are born on the street and hit by careless drivers. But because of you, he is at DAR healing.
During the last 3 months (Apr - June) your donations and support have allowed us to do the following:
Rabies Vaccinations: 385
Pet Cases: 32
Meals Provided for Street Dogs 27,000
In the first 6 month of 2022, we hit our annual goal for sterilizations reaching 500! So now we are doubling our goal to reach 1000 sterilizations in Dharamsala to help break the cycle of suffering for unwanted street dogs.
How did we achieve this? You helped fund our Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS) Training and Camp
6 Vets & 3 Vet Assistants Trained. 204 dogs Sterilized/Vaccinated
As the Founder of DAR, I could never have imagined we would get to this place when we first started in 2008. I am so proud of our team and so thankful to all of you.
In a place like India, where there are and estimated 62 million dogs, our philosophy has always been to encourage locals to feed, care for, and adopt our street dogs. In addition, we encourage folks to get the dogs in their area vaccinated for rabies and sterilized.
Once you have a healthy population of dogs in your area (fed, cared for, sterilized, vaccinated) the human/street dog conflict will decline, compassion appears, and dogs are happier. Thank you for helping us on this journey.
Watch this Video to hear more about the training and what WVS said about their time with DAR.
SARGE WAS RESCUED ON TIME
When we found Sarge he was in a miserable state. He was in so much pain; his wound filled with hundreds of maggots. We immediately provided pain relief, removed the maggots, and gently cleaned and bandaged him.
Maggot wounds have the potential to become fatal within just a couple of days. Every monsoon street dogs suffer. Due to the extreme dampness of the weather, it's simply astounding how quickly maggots can consume an animal's tissue. Street dogs do not have the comfort of shelter from the rains that come.
Last year we handled 50 such cases during the monsoon season - from mid-June to Mid September. On Average, it costs $100 per patient to go from hurt to healed. So we need $5000 to be able to help the dogs in need during this time.
Now is your chance to help! WATCH VIDEO of Monsoon Maggot Would Survivor Here
TOMORROW, July 20th, every donation $100 and will qualify for a Bonus Incentive from GlobalGiving. Click here to donate http://goto.gg/56268
Help Our Friends Get Through Monsoon! Any amount helps!
Thank you again for your incredibly generous donations to allow us to improve the street animal welfare in Dharamsala. To see the whole program in action with daily updates, please follow us on Social Media. Links below.
Deb Jarrett, Founder & Executive Director
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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