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Through mass dog vaccination, we will protect both dogs and people from this killer disease.

by University of Westminster in London, England, United Kingdom

Our own story: We are 5 bright and ambitious Entrepreneurial students who have joint together in order to help save lives of poorly treated dogs around the world. Our goal is to raise £1000 for World Animal Protection UK: Better Lives For Dogs campaign. For every £1.88 donated WAP can vaccinate one dog and save their life from killer diseases and mass culling. We as students care very deeply about this subject and would love for you to help us support dogs all around the world. 

Protect dogs from culling in the name of rabies

Every day, thousands of dogs are violently killed because of rabies. Dragged through streets, electrocuted, poisoned or even gassed – culling is nearly always a horrendous and painful death.

But you could help stop it. It costs £1.88 to vaccinate one dog, protecting them not only from a killer disease but from cruel culls.

Vaccinating dogs on a mass scale

Culled dogs suffer in terrible and horrifying ways, spending minutes – or even hours – in agony before they die. As World Animal Protection, we know that the mass killing of dogs does not stop rabies.

Rabies control

This shocking cruelty is motivated by real and desperate fear – rabies is a deadly disease. But it can be prevented. A world without rabies is not a world without dogs.

Only widespread dog vaccination is scientifically proven to stop rabies long-term. Mass dog culls are widely used because they are perceived as cheap, easy and effective. But they only destroy dogs, and allow rabies to spread.

Together with our partner organisations, we vaccinate dogs, then provide proof of protection. The dog may get a new collar, a certificate of vaccination or be sprayed with non-toxic paint as a sign they are protected.

Please Donate with us. Thank you!

Let's make 'Better Lives for Dogs' happen