From the Dogstar Team in Sri Lanka and local and international partners and supporters.
Sometimes the impact of our work is hard to demonstrate via the internet, the acceptance of Dogstar’s team living & working in the local community, changes in attitude to adopting female dogs, or even having a male animal sterilised But sometimes the value of our work and its undeniable impact could not be clearer and…Read More
In the United Kingdom its simple, owned dogs have clearly defined owners and don’t go out unaccompanied, dogs alone on the street are stray/lost and will be collected by local authorities, taken to rescue centres or pounds, reunited with their owner, rehomed or euthanized In many Asian countries including Sri Lanka things are not…Read More
A lot people contact me about the suffering of street dogs but owned animals in Sri Lanka can suffer just as much if not more as their roaming counterparts, common welfare issues for owned dogs include tethering and excessive kenneling, poor diet, lack of water, pups removed from their mum before they are weaned, failure…Read More
Volunteering overseas can be the wrong choice , often you can help a charity far more effectivity from your own countryRead More
Teaching children how to interact with animals safely in a country where Rabies is present saves human life’s and makes the community safer for everyone , dog bites and the fear of dog bites can be the trigger for dog culls. Working with a UK based artist Claire Pitt “The Doodologist” , Dogstar Foundation has…Read More