Communities throughout the world can clearly benefit from a little help managing runaway dog populations. To exponentially accelerate results why not consider the following 3 points:
1. Permanently and individually identify the dogs handled.
2. Leave a record of activities performed with the community.
3. Work with communities that have a strong dog champion.
This way, unrelated groups working in a community over time can assure some continuity and avoid spaying a dog already spayed.
Heartfelt gratitude on behalf of all dogs with no names wherever they may be.
DWNN team has been the recipient of amazing donations and we wish to express our heartfelt gratitude. DWNN operates under the non-profit organization FAWI (Foundation for Animal Wellness Initiatives) and is poised to embark on two major projects that will make such a difference for paws and hooves. As soon as the ink is dry on the MOUs /contracts we will announce. In the mean time, back to Tsuu T’ina where we first started.
PS: Contraception programs are not just about contraception, but bringing long-term sustainable solutions to overpopulation of animals. Registries, population dynamics, cohort mortalities…much more than just a poke!