Archive for September, 2011

Mongrels being trained in the Philippines to become members of the Coast Guard

Street dogs are being trained to become sea dogs.

“Askals”, as they are known in the Philippines are being trained to become certified members of K9 units.

Philippine Mongrels being trained

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The city of mongrels by Lauren Udwari

Mongrels of the World came across Lauren Udwari and American photographer who travelled around Chile for a couple of months. She took some amazing pictures of street dogs that then turned into a wonderful project. We hope to inspire some animal lovers to take action and help in some way those who can’t speak for themselves.

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Hammerhead

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The beginning of the end of the illegal dog meat trade

Progress Is Being Made – Make YOUR Voice Heard!

Soi Dog Fundation would like to update you on the actions being taken to introduce stronger animal cruelty laws in Thailand and towards ending the illegal dog meat trade.

Ilegal dog meat trade Thailand

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A brilliant solution for mongrel washing

Let’s forget about the car wash. The new thing is the dog wash.
If you’ve had trouble bathing your pooch, now you can heave a sigh of relief. A new business idea has opened in Leipzig, Germany. A dog washing station which is as a quick cheap way to clean your dog without getting your own house and bathroom messy.

First dog wash station in Leipzig - Courtesy of the Daily mail

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Malawians care for animals – a touching story with a happy ending

Good news for mongrels in Malawi. The Lilongwe Society For The Protection and Care of Animals (LSPCA)  is Malawi’s first animal welfare organization and it’s making a massive difference for struggling animals. MOTW came across a touching story with a happy ending.

Chisomo and her four puppies

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Fancy traveling around the world helping animals?

Tanzania, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Peru, Jamaica and Romania – these are just some of the great places you could travel and help animals with World Vets.

World Vets is a non-government organisation providing veterinary aid around the globe. Their work spans 34 countries and 6 continents and addresses not only veterinary issues, but also human health issues impacted by animal diseases in developing countries.

Mongrel saved by the World Vets team in Granada, Nicaragua

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