News: Animals in communities
11 July 2016
Bruno, a happy and lively puppy, is one of the lucky dogs receiving a rabies vaccination, as World Animal Protection celebrates issuing one million vaccination.
07 July 2016
What would we do without dogs? They are our best friends and a cherished part of our families. Your dog may be well looked-after and loved, but sadly not all dogs are as fortunate.
04 July 2016
Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated by man, approximately 15,000 years ago (Serpell, 1995). Today domestic dogs come in many different shapes and sizes, from the mighty Great Dane to the tiny Chihuahua.
24 June 2016
Moving the world to protect dogs from culling.
20 June 2016
The World Health Organisation (WHO), World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) officially announced their vision to end dog-mediated rabies in humans by 2030 using our humane solutions.
02 January 2016
The goal has been agreed. The scene has been set. By 2030, rabies will be consigned to the history books without the use of cruel culling.
14 December 2015
Global inter-governmental organisations have officially launched their framework to end dog-mediated rabies in humans by 2030 using our humane solutions.
09 November 2015
No matter where you go in the world, dogs live side by side with people. Some dogs are free-roaming, others are lifelong companions, working animals and guard dogs. Regardless of their role, dogs, like all animals, deserve to live a life without suffering.
23 October 2015
Natural disasters can strike at any time, and can be deadly. Being prepared and having a plan will help you, your family and pets survive them.
28 September 2015
World Rabies Day happens on 28 September every year. This World Rabies Day we are celebrating the first anniversary of Kenya’s National Rabies Elimination strategy - the first African country to have such a plan.