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Through your decision to Help a Homeless Dog, you will be making a special difference in a dog’s life by providing them with veterinary care they would otherwise not receive. We have partnered with World Vets, a nonprofit organization based in dogIDs hometown of Fargo, to help them in their mission to improve the health and well being of animals in developing countries.
World Vets develops, implements and manages international veterinary and disaster relief programs with an overarching vision to create a world where all animals have access to skilled veterinary aid. World Vets believes strongly in the One Health concept in which the health of animals, people and the environment are interconnected and they strive to not only help animals but also the people and communities in which they live. The programs span 39 countries on 6 continents, with 4000 volunteers (1100 of which are veterinarians), which aids more than 100,000 animals.
The Impact of Your Gift
There are 400 million free roaming dogs in the world suffering from malnutrition, starvation and disease, many of which are at risk of transmitting parasites and diseases, such as rabies. Therefore, this isn’t just an animal problem but a people and community problem as well. Some may think these dogs are strays that no one cares about but in reality many of them have owners and families who care about them but do not have the resources to properly care for their health. The solution to this overpopulation problem is to get these dogs healthy and stop them from reproducing. Your gift to help a homeless dog will cover the cost of a complete medical examination, vaccinations, tick and flea treatment, deworming and spay/neuter surgery. You can also choose to Help a Puppy or Kitten or Help Spay/Neuter a Cat or Dog to show your support and care for these animals.
Charity Gift that Gives Back
Give someone special in your life the gift that gives back by making this charitable contribution in honor of him or her. Your gift will far outweigh what any material item would provide and the meaning behind your generosity and care will be valued. Enter the recipients contact information above and they will receive a notification card of your thoughtful gift. You and your gift receiver will be making a special impact on a dog’s life, helping them to have the capacity for a happy, healthy future. Truly, this gift will be for you as much as it is for them. If you have any special instructions regarding your gfit, please note that in the order notes section at checkout. Since your donation is tax deductible, you will also receive an electronic receipt for your donation via email.
World Vets Mission is to improve the health and well being of animals by providing veterinary aid and training in developing countries and by providing disaster relief worldwide.