News: Animals in communities
28 September 2019
World Rabies Day is on 28 September. It’s the perfect time to reflect on how important Man’s best friend is to the lives of people around the world.
25 June 2019
The consumption of dog meat. It’s a practice that’s unthinkable for most people, including the majority of China’s population – the country where it is most widespread.
17 June 2019
To mark our new campaign launch for “Life's better with dogs,” we're looking back at some highlights that have improved the lives of dogs.
01 June 2019
It’s no wonder that dogs are known as ‘man’s best friend’ - for centuries, they’ve been by our sides. Whether that’s for companionship, home security, or working as a team on the fields, rounding up flocks.
28 May 2019
Dogs are our best friends, helpers, guides and everyday heroes. So why are our canine friends often mistreated?
02 December 2018
Together, we're working to create better lives for dogs across Africa.
26 September 2018
The UN wants the world to reach a target of zero human deaths from rabies by 2030. The only way to effectively achieve zero human deaths is to achieve zero dog deaths within the same time scale. This is done by vaccinating dogs and promoting responsible ownership.
24 September 2018
Rabies is the only virus in the world with a nearly 100% (95%) death rate, killing 59,000 people a year. Many more dogs suffer a painful slow death from this terrible disease.
03 September 2018
With only four vets in the entire country and an overwhelming population of stray dogs, the welfare situation is serious. We're working towards humane solutions to the issues that cause fear, misunderstanding and a divide between a community and their dogs.
04 April 2018
Daily life is harsh for both people and dogs in Freetown, Sierra Leone, a community devastated by an eleven-year civil war and an Ebola epidemic that left many people and dogs displaced