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Marina Möbius

To use the already scarce resources efficiently, I was
trained by local and European veterinarians.

After more than 15 years of active participation in clinical operations
I assist at major surgeries and I'm able to conduct minor operations
and treatments on my own.

Together with our local veterinarians, parasitologists and pharmacologists
I prepare the therapy plans for our patients and I'm constantly working
on improving them.

German and European veterinarians assist us at site and frequently carry
out training classes for my employees and me.

I accompany our daily tours as often as my time permits. The direct contact
and the personal overview of the animal situation in our district are of
great importance to me. 

The personal contact with the locals makes it easier to convince them
to bring their animals to our free of charge neuterings and vaccinations.

This has always been the focus of my project as it is the only sustainable solution
for the street dog problem in Sri Lanka.

On all 365 days a year the DCC Team is there for the animals of Sri Lanka
and the numbers speak for themselves:


Neuterings: 76.165
Vaccinations: 576.279
Treatments: 456.086

A smaller, but healthier dog population is my goal - but all this has has to be
funded and after 10 years I have to finance more than 60% of the running
project costs by my own means - every single Euro helps !

Thus my call to all animal friends  -