In India, hundreds of dogs live on the street. The cycle of overpopulation leads to malnutrition, untreated injuries, and the spread of disease, especially rabies. Until these dogs can find their true homes, they need vaccines and medical care.
Greater Good Charities partners with Vishaka Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (VSPCA) to reduce the overpopulation of street dogs in India. VSPCA cooperates with local government to vaccinate against rabies and spay/neuter homeless dogs. VSPCA provides emergency care and shelter for injured or sick dogs who need their help.
VSPCA takes dogs off the street and provides love and care for them while they heal. Each dog they help is part of the key to ending dog overpopulation and homelessness in their community.
VSPCA's program is one of the most advanced in India, and sterilizes an average of 40 dogs a day when operated by four veterinarians. No other similar services for injured street animals exist in the area.
You can help end the cycle of dog overpopulation and homelessness. Just $16 helps vaccinate and spay or neuter one street dog in India. Donate today!
Vishaka Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a no-kill, eco-friendly animal shelter in Andhra Pradesh, India. VSPCA employs over 40 people from the surrounding villages, including many women working outside their homes for the first time. VSPCA relies on your donations and support to continue their mission of helping animals in need.
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.