Dogs Trust Logo Worldwide Logo

Dogs Trust works with our partner charity, Worldwide Veterinary Services to provide all the canine expertise for their International Training Centre in Ooty, near Bangalore, India. The International Training Centre was set up in conjuction with the Animal Welfare Board of India and trains vets and animal welfare workers to run Animal Birth Control programmes in orderto humanely reduce the number of stray dogs. 

The centre provides the latest skills, support and supplies to animal welfare professionals in India. Working with charities in local communities, our joint aim is to improve the health and welfare of all animals, with a particular attention to the eradication of rabies. 

Our joint aim is to improve the health and welfare of all animals.

What we’ve achieved so far

1,185

vets trained

329

animal handlers, project managers and vet assistants trained

over 94,000 pups prevented

17,734

dogs neutered

Other Projects we are working on
Mission Rabies

Malawi is among the world’s hotspots for rabies and this horrendous disease poses a huge burden to the country. Mission Rabies expanded to Malawi in May 2015, based in Blantyre, a city with the highest recorded number of child deaths from rabies. We are supporting them in their goal to eliminate rabies in 3 Malawian districts through mass vaccination of dogs, an IBCM (integrated bite case management) programme and rabies risk awareness education for children.

Explore this mission >

Dogs Trust Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dogs Trust has been working in Bosnia and Herzegovina since 2012 with humane dog population management. The team works using a combination of responsible dog ownership education, mass neutering campaigns for owned and street dogs, a veterinary training programme in conjunction with the vet faculty in Sarajevo, a fostering programme and running Dog School Bosnia to help local people to train their dogs. Since starting over 62,000 dogs have been neutered and over 200,000 children educated on being responsible around dogs.

Explore this mission >