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THE PROBLEM


Stray dogs can reproduce rapidly, leading to an overpopulation problem. Without proper intervention, this can lead to further public health and safety concerns. Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) is an important strategy for managing the population of strays.

THE SOLUTION


Here are some reasons why TNR is important:

  1. Population control: TNR helps control the population of strays by reducing the number of new puppies being born. This helps prevent the overpopulation of dogs, which can lead to public health and safety concerns.

  2. Humane approach: TNR is a humane approach to managing the strays population. Rather than euthanizing healthy dogs, TNR programs spay or neuter them and return them to their environment.

  3. Reduced disease transmission: Strays dogs can carry diseases that can be transmitted to other  dogs. By reducing the population of strays through TNR, the risk of disease transmission to stray dogs can be reduced as every neutered dog received vaccination to boost their immunity.

  4. Behavioral benefits: Spaying and neutering dogs can help reduce certain behaviors such as aggresion and fighting, which can be a nuisance to humans and other animals.

  5. Cost-effective: TNR programs can be cost-effective compared to the cost of euthanasia and ongoing shelter care for an ever-increasing dog population.

  6. Community involvement: TNR programs encourage community involvement by enlisting the help of volunteers to trap, transport, and care for dogs.

By implementing TNR programs, communities can humanely manage stray populations while also reducing the negative impacts of dog overpopulation on public health and safety.

THE IMPACT


Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) programs can have a positive impact on the community in several ways:

  1. Reducing the dog population: TNR programs can help reduce the population of strays, which can prevent the negative impacts of dog overpopulation on the community.

  2. Reducing nuisance behaviors: TNR programs can help reduce certain nuisance behaviors associated with dogs such as aggresion and fighting, which can be a nuisance to the community.

  3. Improving public health: TNR programs can help reduce the spread of diseases carried by dogs, such as rabies which can pose a risk to public health.

  4. Promoting responsible pet ownership: TNR programs can promote responsible pet ownership by encouraging people to spay or neuter their dogs, and to keep them indoors or in controlled outdoor environments.

  5. Community involvement: TNR programs can engage community members in animal welfare and provide opportunities for them to get involved in caring for dogs in their neighborhoods.

  6. Cost-effectiveness: TNR programs can be a cost-effective alternative to traditional animal control methods such as euthanasia and shelter care.

  7. Improving relationships with dogs: TNR programs can help improve the community's relationship with dogs by reducing the negative impacts of dog overpopulation and fostering a greater appreciation for these animals.

Overall, TNR programs can have a positive impact on the community by improving public health, promoting responsible pet ownership, and reducing the negative impacts of dog overpopulation on the environment and local wildlife.

Goal Breakdown

Goal 1 - Neutering Cost for 200 dogs. Amount Needed: MYR40,000.00

Goal 2 - Spaying cost 200 dogs. Amount Needed: MYR50,000.00

Goal 3 - Vaccination for 200 dogs. Amount Needed: MYR14,000.00

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About the Organization/Project behind this Campaign

Persatuan Penyelamat Haiwan Terbiar Furrykids Safehaven


Furrykids Safehaven is an NGO and the second largest dog shelter in Malaysia. We are home to over 2,000 dogs that were rescued when they were abandoned, abused, injured and lost. We conduct Trap, Neuter & Release (TNR) in collaboration with Majlis Bandaraya Seremban.