HSI to help street dogs


The Animal Rescue Site and Humane Society International (HSI) have partnered together to helping the street dogs of Bhutan.

The Humane Society International will be working three-to-five years to relieve estimated 50,000 Bhutanese dogs. Until today, HSI staff have been successful in treating over 16,800 dogs.

The shoppers can make a donation at the The Animal Rescue Site that has added a “Spray/Neuter A Street Dog” Gifts That Give More program. This donation will actually be available to the Humane Society International that will go ahead with the nationwide spray program in Bhutan.

Whatever the donation is collected, it will be donated to charity as a grant from nonprofit, GreaterGood.org.

The Animal Rescue Site has already partnered with greaterGood Network and the humane Society International to help animal rescue group in Japan. It was successful in collecting a little over $200,000 that will be enough to help rescue animals through 2012.

For the last eleven years, the GreaterGood Network has succeeded in contributing more than $20 million to charity worldwide.


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