In Tanzania most dogs are community dogs who are affiliated with neighborhoods rather than with individual owners. While most dogs may depend on a particular household or neighborhood, the resources provided at “home” sites are often insufficient. Most dogs roam freely to forage for food since they are not fed daily by owners. These Free-roaming pet dogs face high mortality, mal-nutrition, starvation, disease, and abuse. Their main function is to guard livestock and property, so most households (90% are not fenced) keep these poor souls outside with no kennel or shelter and protection from the rain, wind, cold and direct sunlight. In 2020 we started a program to support free roaming dogs by providing food and medicine for the injured and sick while investigating their history and status. Sully was one of the dogs in the program that later we realized that she was a stray dog. We decided to gave her a permanent home in our together with other rescued animals.
SULLY BEFORE THE PROGRAM SULLY AFTER THE PROGRAM
On the preparation to perform Spaying, we realized that Sully is already pregnant. On 16 of January Sully gave birth to 9 beautiful puppies that are now being taken care by Karibu Animal Trail organization.
We need your help to support food and other necessary supplies for these 7 weeks old puppies and their mother. No amount is too small ,please donate now.