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Dogs nobody wants

Dogs nobody wants

All of our "problem children" are in need of special care, attention and medical treatments. They really need the support of kind sponsors.

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Marina Möbius receives Medal of Merit

Marina Möbius receives Medal of Merit

Marina Möbius is honored with the Federal Order of Merit, the highest recognition that the Federal Republic of Germany awards for services to the common good.

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I am Silas

I am Silas

and I was chained by my owners. When I got a bad neck injury they dumped me to the road.

Farm animals

Farm animals

We opened up our clinic for farm animals in 2021. They have a spacious area to themselves. Please follow the link for more info.

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We the DCC

We the DCC

Help for animals and people in Sri Lanka has been our credo since 2007. By neutering and vaccinating stray dogs and owned dogs we alleviate the dogs' suffering. We are daily on duty for the dogs in Sri Lanka.

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The "old" Clinic

The "old" Clinic

The "Old Clinic" was opened in 2007 and marks the beginning of the success story of DCC. We are equipped to Western standard and can conduct major surgeries. At the Old Clinic we also take care of our puppies and dumped rescue dogs.

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The "New Clinic"

The "New Clinic"

We save lives at the so-called "New Clinic" on 365 days of the year. Our vets conduct treatments, give vaccinations and perform neuterings. All this is free of charge for poor locals.

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Our Daily Tours

Our Daily Tours

The neutered and treated strays returned to their "stomping grounds" are not simply abandoned to face a lone future back on the streets of Sri Lanka. We continue to provide for them via our daily tours.

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Animals in Sri Lanka

Animals in Sri Lanka

An animal's life is far from easy in Sri Lanka. There is an estimated number of 40 million stray dogs. Most of them suffer from hunger and illnesses which are not treated. We are their only hope.

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Our special dogs

Our special dogs

We have a large number of severly disabled dogs who live at their own area at the clinic. It is designed according to their special needs. Every dog has deserved a chance in life!

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Our DCC 50+

Our DCC 50+

Our social adoption scheme helps animals AND people. Seniors receive a monthly pension in return of adopting one of our dogs. It is a true win-win situation!

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Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever! (Karen Davison)

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I am Kibo

I am Kibo

Due to my walking disability I never got adopted...

Dogs nobody wants

Dogs nobody wants

These are the dogs "nobody wants" due to their age, color, gender or medical condition. We provide for them and really need your support to do so.

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Marina Möbius has been awarded the Medal of Merit

Marina Möbius has been awarded the Medal of Merit

Marina Möbius has been awarded the Medal of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. It is the the most valuable award for voluntary work given by the government.

Ungulates

Ungulates

Since 2021, we have also been taking in ungulates in need. We have created a separate area for them. Our cows, goats and donkeys are also happy to have sponsors!

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We at DCC

We at DCC

Helping animals and people in Sri Lanka has been our credo since 2007. Through consistent castration and vaccination programs, we reduce the number of street dogs and contain diseases. Inside and outside the clinic, we are at work for Sri Lanka's dogs every day.

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The old clinic

The old clinic

The DCC success story began in 2007 with the “Old Clinic”. Here we can perform operations and provide for intensive care patients according to western standards. We also look after our puppies and abandoned dogs at the Old Clinic.

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Patient-intake

Patient-intake

We save lives 365 days a year in the so-called “New Clinic”. Our vets carry out treatments, vaccinations and castrations there. These procedures are all free of charge for local people in need.

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Our daily tours

Our daily tours

We provide for hundreds of street animals and pets of owners in need via our daily feeding tours.

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Animals in Sri Lanka

Animals in Sri Lanka

Animals have it anything but easy in Sri Lanka. An estimated 40 million street dogs live on the island, suffering from disease, injuries and hunger. All too often, we are their only hope.

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Our special friends

Our special friends

The severely disabled dogs in the clinic have their own area. It is completely adapted to the needs of these animals. With us, every dog deserves a chance!

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DCC 50+ adoption scheme

DCC 50+ adoption scheme

We place dogs with senior citizens and thus help people AND animals, because the elderly locals in need receive a monthly pension from us for looking after the animal. A real win-win situation!

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And while the world shouts... “You can't save them all!” ... hope whispers... “And if it's only one... Try it!” (Sylvia Raßloff)

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Help for Animals and People in Sri Lanka - that's Dog Care Clinic e.V.

Our success in numbers

Neuterings: over 90,000 vaccinations: over 590,000 treatments: over 480,000 



The greatness of a nation and its moral progress

can be judged by the way its animals are treated.

(Mahatma Gandhi)

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