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How you can make a differencestatistics running an animal welfare charity is not just cuddling puppies

Our mission is to sterilise, vaccinate, and transform the lives of animals in Sri Lanka. We work tirelessly to put a stop to overpopulation, and to consequently end the incredible pain and suffering these dogs encounter. All it takes is for us to give our love and care to the animals who only have love to give to us.

There are a number of ways you can assist in the progression of this movement. You can become an advocate for our Positive Change program, contribute to our fundraising endeavours, assist with veterinary supplies, or make the incredibly rewarding decision to adopt a dog. You also have the opportunity to sponsor an animal with a one off payment, giving them a chance at the life they deserve.

Positive Change

This movement promotes making small changes in your life that will have an enormous positive impact on the lives of children and animals in Sri Lanka. Your spare change can help fund our outreach programs, and change lives.


As a registered charity, we rely solely on donations. The success we’ve had so far would not have been possible without the help and support of the community. However, the battle does not end here. To further prevail, fundraising is crucial. By joining easyfundraising, we can collect free donations from your online purchases and it doesn’t cost you a cent!


VetUK sell over 7,500 pet products and medications. Source your veterinary supplies from VetUK online via our website, and 5% of your purchase will be donated to us.

Want to adopt a dog?

If the time is right and you’re ready to welcome a loving new member to your family, Dogstar can assist if you are located within Sri Lanka.

Donate today!

Even the smallest donations can make the biggest difference in the lives of others, especially animals. Your contribution will help to create a better life for those suffering as we work together to create a world free of overpopulation and its burdens. Donate today and become a part of the change we need in animal welfare.