How it works:
1. Select a Gift
Your £250 gift has neutered 10 dogs and thereby prevented the unwanted birth of over 980 dogs.
To dedicate your gift to a friend or loved-one with a personalised gift card please email email@example.com with your order number and message.
Wild at Heart Foundation delivers your card (either to you if requested or your recipient) and your Inspired Gift to the dogs and our projects which are in the greatest need.
Why your gift is so important
The implementation of sustainable spay and neuter clinics is the most effective method of addressing stray dog populations that have exceeded the capacity of the local community to properly care for them.
Spay/neuter benefits animals and the communities in which they live.
Without spay and neuter initiatives, homeless animals are often euthanized, neglected or die of disease. Sterilization is critical for management of overpopulation and related disease control concerns.
When effectively delivered and combined with vaccinations, spay/neuter provides humane and effective way to reduce the number of animals living on the streets, and improves the health of those remaining. Sterilizing street dogs and returning them to their territories on the streets allows for a natural reduction in their population over time and leaves the most socialized dogs on the streets.
There are a number of potentially fatal health conditions and transmissible diseases that animals can contract or develop as a result of being intact and breeding; for example, pyometra, TVT, and reproductive cancers. These risks are eliminated when the animal is spayed or neutered.
On the whole, animals who have been sterilized at an early age tend to live longer, healthier lives, potentially increasing their lifespans by an average of one to three years for dogs.