Sierra Leone mudslides leave dogs injured and vulnerable

We're providing emergency treatment to help save thousands of stray dogs’ lives and prevent rabies from spreading, working closely with the National Livestock Animal Welfare and Rabies Control Task Force (NLAWRCT)

Veterinarians in the disaster zone are focusing on providing food and medical treatment for the animals in addition to preventing diseases, such as rabies, which is endemic in Sierra Leone. Image: World Animal Protection/Kipp Wettstein



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