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Neutering & Vaccination Program

Since the very founding the Dog Care Clinic has always had a focus on a 
consequent program of mass neuterings and vaccinations as the only
sustainable solution for the stray problem in Sri Lanka.

We follow the well-established CNVR method (Catch Neuter Vaccinate
Return). Long-term studies have shown that CNVR solves the problem
permanently and improves the welfare of the dogs involved.

Our vet teams and catcher teams make this happen on 365 days a year.

After the neutering - if no further treatment is needed - the dogs are
brought back to their territory. So we can continously increase the
amount of neutered strays and gradually gain control over the dog

The stray dog poluation depends on the carrying capacity of the area
which is determined by the availability of resources, mainly food and

Would we not return the neutered dogs nature would fill the emerging
gap by higher numbers of reproduction and migration from neighbouing areas.
The neuterings would remain without effect.

Our daily feeding tour enables us to continue our care for the returned

It's not just the neuterings - with the additional examinations and 
vaccinations we also have the opportunity to reduce rabies, yellow 
fever, distemper parasites and other infectious diseases - thus -
in turn enables social interaction of humans and animals without
risks of infections. 

Neuterings: 80.842
Vaccinations: 580.985
Treatments: 460.790

These numbers speak for themselves and since more than
6 years there hasn't been any recorded case of rabies in 
our area.

But all this has to be funded (cost-calculation as PDF) and still 
Marina Möbius finances around 60% of the expenses by herself.

So we are in urgent need of your financial help and support to
provide sustainable help !

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This project is supported by

  • Corinna Hlozek 01/23

  • Kevin Plümecke 01/23

  • Leonhard Lutz 01/23

  • Jörgen Henke 01/23

  • Carola Fahrion 01/23

  • Vanessa Stab 12/22

  • Ines Siewert 12/22

  • Anke Korner 12/22

  • Wolfgang Brühl 11/22

  • Margherita Magri 11/22

  • Laurel Duvall 11/22

  • Leona Schirbl 11/22

  • Nathaniel Keeler 11/22

  • Gloria Sauter 10/22

  • Meike Skandy 10/22

  • Nathalie Schwedler 10/22

  • Annalena Spiel 10/22

  • Nicole Strasmann 10/22

  • Dr. Astin Malschinger 10/22

  • Claudia Schweizer 10/22

  • Kathleen Plate

  • Emily Erger

  • Celina Meyer

  • Manuela Heuser

  • Michaela Schiller

  • Sandra Bock

  • Petra Seiser

  • Jayanetti Koralalage Don Kasun Nettanjana

  • Nadine Thome

  • Christiane Steinicke

  • Ingrid Prassl

  • Annalena Spiel

  • Michal Lopaciuk

  • Silke Thon

  • Merle Thiessen (2022)

  • Jacqueline Rehde

  • Mala Christina Mahawela

  • Maya Vollmer

  • Jens von Thünen

  • Heribert Korth

  • Andrea Hollik

  • Ariane Worf

  • Jan Sigrist

  • Oliver Schnitzler

  • Margherita Magri

  • Grit Grenzdörfer

  • Belinda Meuldijk

  • Fatima Schneider

  • Jana Van Geetova

  • Andrea & Jürgen Wegner

  • Angela Koch

  • Ingo und Monika Meyer-Hassfurther

  • Nadja Hansen

  • Susanne Schneider

  • Ulla Kossian

  • Beate Schiffer

  • Cynthia Säurig

  • Nicole Reinhardt

  • Sabine Schüller

  • Niklas Graebener

  • Cigdem Armagan

  • Karin Stranzl

  • Wolfgang Brühl

  • Martina Bauer

  • Gaby Krambehr

  • Karin Stranzl

  • Marlies Eckermann

  • Frank Maier

  • Sandra Gassner

  • Dagmar Bobkova

  • iCOM GmbH

  • Verena Strausak

  • Thomas Lucic & Nina Wilschinski

  • Franziska Scheuchenpflug

  • Sameera Rahman

  • Gabriele Raster

  • Maria Walter

  • Dominik Thoma

  • Christian Jelak

  • Thomas Hug

  • Emmanuelle Herr

  • Petra Louia Rohde

  • Anne Wiechert

  • Jutta Schneider