The World Health Organization estimates that there are 200 million street dogs worldwide. Many of them suffer from hunger, abuse, and illness. Through feeding, medicating, and–most importantly–sterilization, we aim to fix the global street dog problem.Read more
Since launching, we've sterilized and vaccinated over 2,000 dogs. In 2024, we're on track to 10x that number.
While most street dogs who need medical attention can be back with their packs within the day, some need more serious medical attention.
These are the dogs who come to stay at our sanctuary at Happy Doggo Land. Dogs who have been hit by cars, who have been badly abused, or even need to lose some weight, come to us for care and rehabilitation. Often, they’re able to go back and live their lives normally but sometimes they’re rehomed. In this case, they stay with us until they’re ready to travel.
Since the very beginning, we’ve relied on a network of partner charities and animal welfare organizations to deliver life-saving sterilizations. These are the incredible organizations we’re working with to deliver 20,000 sterilizations in 2024.
Soi Dog Foundation was created in 2003 to provide humane solutions to the street dog issues on Phuket and address their medical needs.
Now, they sterilize thousands of dogs per year, alongside vaccination, medical treatment, and adoption.
VetVan’s animal welfare project started in early 2018 and has already helped thousands of animals in need.
VetVan has already placed more than 500 dogs into homes and sterilized tens of thousands.
Founded in 2018 by Rebecca Cain in her husband's memory, RDF wants a compassionate world for animals.
Rob’s Dogs mission is to fund the sterilization of street dogs and owned dogs in low-income homes in South-East Asian countries.
Founded in 2001, Phangan Animal Care for Strays is a non-profit organization providing free or low cost veterinary care to the local dog and cat population.
PACS currently sterilizes up to 50 dogs every month, but has plans to expand further.
Founded by sisters Desiree and Santi Morgenstern, Bali Paws grew out of a need to house the countless sick and injured puppies in Bali.
Starting in late 2023, Bali Paws embarked on a larger sterilization project to tackle the problem directly.