Second chances for street dogs

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Welcome relief for Thai dogs

Dog meat survivorsKrapro, Lilly and Honeyboo are three fortunate survivors of the Thailand-to-Vietnam dog meat trade. HSI vets treated them and hundreds of others after a shelter in Thailand became overwhelmed with dogs seized from smugglers and put out a call for help. Read the story»

An “animal-friendly city”

India-dog-feeding-tata-greenified-169x116.jpgHSI is the lead implementing agency for a USD $1 million grant to make Jamshedpur, India an “animal-friendly city.” Our Animal Welfare Officers will help involve the community, from setting examples of positive contact to following up on tips about dogs unwell after spay/neuter surgery. A model program»

From feared to fortunate

Bolivia-dog-in-arms-go-home-169x116-greenify.jpg Every rescue counts, so when a Bolivian contacted HSI after five dogs were rounded up after a rabies scare, our vet responded. She sterilized and found homes for four of them (once deemed healthy). It took a bit more effort to ensure a happy ending for the fifth. Compassion saves lives»

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