Millions of homeless dogs roam the streets, lonely and hungry, in countries around the world. Join us in extending a humane philosophy of animal control.
HSI provides expertise and guidance to create programs that focus on sterilization and vaccination against zoonotic disease. With our help, determined local organizations have implemented spay and neuter programs all over the globe to humanely address the overpopulation of street dogs.Learn More
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Most of the world views dogs as trusted companions, but in Asia, millions of them are still consumed for meat. Learn More
HSI is working in developing countries to extend a philosophy of humane animal control, providing guidance in creating programs that focus on spay/neuter, vaccination, education and training. Learn More
World Spay Day is an annual campaign to inspire people to save animals' lives by spaying or neutering pets, street dogs and feral cats. Learn More
Protect Street Animals News
April 24, 2015
The department of Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj withdrew an order to kill stray dogs. Humane Society International/India had issued a letter to the Principal Secretary asking for a clarification on the order, and urged the department to adopt World Health Organization’s suggested guidelines to control dog population in the state.
April 14, 2015
The Asia Canine Protection Alliance Launches “Ve Di Vang Oi! – Come Home Golden!” Campaign to Stop the Vietnamese Dog Meat Trade
The Asia Canine Protection Association launched the “Ve di Vang oi” campaign to promote compassion towards dogs and to call for an end in the theft, trade, slaughter and consumption of dogs in Vietnam. Humane Society International is part of ACPA.
March 23, 2015
India’s first pilot project under the National Rabies Control Programme was launched on 13 March in Haryana to provide a more humane and sustainable solution in managing street dog issues.
March 19, 2015
Fifty-seven dogs and puppies were rescued from a dog meat farm by HSI and Change for Animals Foundation in South Korea.