managed by N. Kaya (Communication)
We are a Los Angeles-based nonprofit with a comprehensive, cost-efficient, socially responsible and humane plan for dealing with the alarming number of homeless dogs in the Third World. Using mobile, high volume spay and neuter clinics, we hope to substantially reduce unwanted litters.
Our goal is straight forward - to offer free spay and neuter surgeries
to pet owners in the communities we visit. With a structured plan to control overpopulation we hope to prevent this problem from further spiraling out of control. In order to effect a change - Community Canines will plan and organize
month long spay and neuter missions to communities where we hope to curb the alarming rate at which these animals are reproducing. We would implement month long "pop-up" spay/neuter clinics - which would involve bringing
veterinary teams skilled in high volume, high quality spay-neuter
surgery. Local volunteers would support the medical our
teams. This is essential to the success of the program - by
marshalling local people to get involved, we have a chance to educate them and raise awareness for the situation and hopefully breed some compassion towards the animals. Thus we hope to improve the relationship between the local people and their canine friends.
Programs such as ours are typically welcomed and very often encouraged by local government as the overpopulation of starving dogs can be a hindrance on tourism.
At Community Canines and iHeartMutts.com our philosophy is
simple, to stop the suffering.