The Dog Care Clinic tries to find foster homes for the healthy and treated
puppies and dogs within local families - by that we have been able to convey
thousands of dogs since the founding of the Dog Care Clinic.
For most of these families are poor, a +50% of them have to be supported
via the Dog Care Social Project by frequent supplies of rice, medication or
e.g. with school articles for their children....
The video above shows some impressions of Marina Möbius providing
Yomali, the daughter of one of our needy ReHome families, (school) clothing.
The dogs strengthen the families' social structure and promote an awareness
of the relation between humans and animals among the Sri Lankans.
So every ReHome dog becomes an ambassador of the DCC Project.
After finding a foster family our care for the dogs doesn't end at all.
By the age of ~ 8 months the dogs are picked up for their castration and
after another 2 months there's a check-up. Furthermore all ReHome dogs are
entiteled to a free lifetime medical service - if needed as in-patients.
Here's our team member Aja - visiting and supporting the family of Sudu
On these visits also the health and condition of the dogs are checked, and
how important these visits are has shown more than once.
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and their foster familes sustainably !