Street dogs around the world
are subjected to cruelty for the
sake of population control.
You can help stop it.
The use of rifles from a distance mean that many die slowly and painfully.
Poisons like strychnine send a dog into painful convulsions for up to an hour before dying.
Dogs are forcefully restrained before being electrocuted.
With your support, HSI helps establish long-term veterinary care and spay/neuter clinics to humanely control street dog populations.
HSI builds stronger bonds between communities and street dogs with education programs that promote humane treatment and that show the value of spaying and neutering.
We intervene when governments take action against street animals, and demonstrate that catch-neuter-vaccinate-return (CNVR) is the best method of animal control.
With your support, we can continue to implement spay, neuter and vaccination programs worldwide. You can help give street dogs around the world a better life.
Humane Society International is approved by the Better Business Bureau for all 20 standards for charity accountability. Our U.S. affiliate, The Humane Society of the United States, was voted by GuideStar’s Philanthropedia experts as the #1 high-impact animal protection group and named by Worth Magazine as one of the 10 most fiscally responsible charities in the USA.
Humane Society International is one of the only international animal protection organizations in the world working to protect all animals — including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals, and wildlife.
As the global arm of The Humane Society of the United States, HSI serves a critical role in global efforts to reduce animal suffering. Our goal is to create a humane and sustainable world for all animals.
HSI strives to advance the cause of animal welfare in nations worldwide through fieldwork, policy formation, humane education, direct care and services, and funding of in-country partners.
Active on nearly every continent, HSI helps to implement on-the-ground programs and empower local organizations in order to protect and improve the lives of animals.