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Dogs Trust works with our partner charity, Worldwide Veterinary Services to provide all the canine expertise for their International Training Centres in Ooty (near Bangalore), and in Goa, India. The International Training Centres were set up to train vets and animal welfare workers to run Animal Birth Control programmes in order to humanely reduce the number of stray dogs.

The centres provide local and international veterinary professionals with the chance to develop practical surgery skills, increase their knowledge and learn best practice in animal welfare. Working with charities in local communities, our joint aim is to improve the health and welfare of all animals, with a particular attention to the eradication of rabies.

Our joint aim is to improve the health and welfare of all animals.

What we’ve achieved so far

3,400 +

Vets Trained

149,000 +

Dogs Vaccinated Against Rabies

79,000 +

Dogs Neutered

Other Projects we are working on
Mission Rabies

Mission Rabies began their Malawi project in Blantyre in 2015. A hospital in the city had reported the highest number of child rabies deaths anywhere in Africa. Dogs Trust Worldwide supports Mission Rabies to carry out mass vaccination campaigns across Blantyre, Zomba and Chiradzulu. Mission Rabies educational sessions are also supported by Dogs Trust Worldwide, aimed at empowering children, their teachers, and their families with the knowledge to protect themselves from bites, preventing rabies and saving lives.

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Mission Rabies

In 2013 Mission Rabies launched in India – a hotspot for rabies, where a third of all human cases occur. Dogs Trust Worldwide supports the mass vaccination drives in Goa, education of more than 120,000 children every year in rabies awareness, a rabies surveillance system set up by Mission Rabies in collaboration with local government and the Mission Rabies Truck which travels around India delivering training to local vets, outreach programmes, neutering services, and vaccinating dogs against rabies.

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