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Mission

Our association believes that humans have a moral duty to protect animalsOur commitment is to protect their dignity and well-being.

We believe that the world is facing a serious canine and feline overpopulation problem, caused by humans; strays’ overpopulation causes both an endemic problem in some territories and the elimination and imprisonment of millions of dogs and cats in shelters all over the world. Therefore, we strive to reduce the uncontrolled births of these animal species, so that as many dogs and cats suitable to live in a home can find a good adoption.
At the same time, in countries in which adoption is not a viable perspective for reasons linked to the animal behavior or local culture, we work to improve as much as possible the quality of life of stray dogs and cats.

These goals can be achieved not only by reducing dog and cat births, but also by improving the canine / feline registry, making the owners aware of their responsibility, striving to obtain an advanced legislation on animal rights and actively collaborating with all stakeholders (such as municipalities, veterinary health units, schools, veterinary associations etc.).

Values

Save the Dogs and other Animals, with its involvement with the animal world, believes in:

  • non-violence values and respect for all living beings
  • the pursuit of animal welfare according to Brambell ‘s 5 freedoms (GB 1965), then reviewed by ICAM organizations, with a focus on pets, to which our association is particularly dedicated
  • empathy and compassion towards those who suffer, as these are feelings that should be the basis of human life
  • a harmonious coexistence between men and animals, based on the knowledge of the species that share our Earth with us
  • protecting the weak and creating virtuous shared paths between animals in need of protection and human beings

With respect to its supporters, Save the Dogs and other Animals undertakes to:

  • keep maximum transparency on the financial and operational aspects of its work
  • scrupulously use the funds, respecting the donors’ wishes
  • use a truthful, correct and unambiguous communication
  • avoid pietism and dramatization in its social media communication
  • use non-violent communication based on the principles of the Manifesto of Non-Hostile Communication

With respect to its collaborators and suppliers, Save the Dogs and other Animals undertakes:

  • to do everything possible so that they live in a peaceful working environment
  • to protect their well-being in the workplace
  • to always respect the labor legislation in force in the country where it works
  • to always pay the work fees within the time limits established

Mission

Our association believes that humans have a moral duty to protect animalsOur commitment is to protect their dignity and well-being.

We believe that the world is facing a serious canine and feline overpopulation problem, caused by humans; strays’ overpopulation causes both an endemic problem in some territories and the elimination and imprisonment of millions of dogs and cats in shelters all over the world. Therefore, we strive to reduce the uncontrolled births of these animal species, so that as many dogs and cats suitable to live in a home can find a good adoption.
At the same time, in countries in which adoption is not a viable perspective for reasons linked to the animal behavior or local culture, we work to improve as much as possible the quality of life of stray dogs and cats.

These goals can be achieved not only by reducing dog and cat births, but also by improving the canine / feline registry, making the owners aware of their responsibility, striving to obtain an advanced legislation on animal rights and actively collaborating with all stakeholders (such as municipalities, veterinary health units, schools, veterinary associations etc.).

Values

Save the Dogs and other Animals, with its involvement with the animal world, believes in:
  • non-violence values and respect for all living beings
  • the pursuit of animal welfare according to Brambell ‘s 5 freedoms (GB 1965), then reviewed by ICAM organizations , with a focus on pets, to which our association is particularly dedicated
  • empathy and compassion towards those who suffer, as these are feelings that should be the basis of human life
  • a harmonious coexistence between men and animals, based on the knowledge of the species that share our Earth with us
  • protecting the weak and creating virtuous shared paths between animals in need of protection and human beings
With respect to its supporters, Save the Dogs and other Animals undertakes to:
  • keep maximum transparency on the financial and operational aspects of its work
  • scrupulously use the funds, respecting the donors’ wishes
  • use a truthful, correct and unambiguous communication
  • avoid pietism and dramatization in its social media communication
  • use non-violent communication based on the principles of the Manifesto of Non-Hostile Communication
With respect to its collaborators and suppliers, Save the Dogs and other Animals undertakes:
  • to do everything possible so that they live in a peaceful working environment
  • to protect their well-being in the workplace
  • to always respect the labor legislation in force in the country where it works
  • to always pay the work fees within the time limits established