Punchi bro was rescued from Vauxhall street on the 2nd of January. He had wounds all over his body and was in quite a lot of pain when the team found him.

7 pups found homes at our very first adoption day for the year in Kandy on Saturday the 7th. The pups were all rehomed with kind families who would love these pooches for the rest of their lives.

The team carried out mobile treatment visits last week to treat dogs suffering mainly from skin conditions.

Brown E was handed over to Sanju’s family this week. He was found on the street with a laceration on his head.

Responding to a hotline call, Arrow was rescued on the 28th of December from Arrawwala.

Duke was rescued earlier this year from mount Lavinia beach with an extremely bad skin condition.

A sterilisation and vaccination programme was organised at the Pulmudai Temple from the 13th – 15th of December. A total of 16 dogs were vaccinated and sterilised in the area including those at the army camp. Mini CNVR programmes such as this one, help manage the dog population and keep communities safe and happy.

20 puppies found their forever home at our final Colombo adoption programme for 2016.We at Embark would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our amazing team of volunteers who supported our adoption programme ensuring the pups were hydrated, cages cleaned etc. A big thank you also goes out to all fosters who gave these pups a second chance at life.

Held on the Saturday the 17th of December, 2016, nine rescue street pooches found their forever homes in Ja ela. Despite the rainy weather, people still gathered in the hopes of taking a puppy home for Christmas this year.

With classic, festive colors and pooch-inspired slogans, Embark recently launched “Let Your Heart Sing,” a Christmas Collection with an unique cause. Featuring pashionable people from all walks of life and rescued street pooches, the new line reflects the passion and commitment that underlies the brand.

Sandy and George, two of our permanent dogs found their forever homes this month. Both of them were rescued off the streets with severe skin conditions and wounds on the body. With months of treatment and care they grew into healthy, happy and beautiful dogs with loving personalities. Sadly no one wanted to adopt them for a long time as they were adults.

Fay was rescued from Hendala, Wattala in November, 2016. She has a severe skin condition and was emaciated when rescuers found her. They tried their best to get her friendly for a few weeks by giving her a little food each day. Once she got more comfortable with people, Best Care picked her up for treatment and she is currently in hospital receiving much needed medical attention.

A Catch-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release (CNVR) programme was carried out from 8th -12th November, 2016 and 17th – 27th November, 2016 in the Moratuwa Municipality area in partnership with the Moratuwa Municipal Council. The program was fully funded by Lush Charity Pot a UK based Animal Welfare Organization.

11 out of 24 pups found their forever homes at our adoption program in Kandy earlier this month. All pups waited patiently (and some impatiently) to meet their new families where they would finally find a home in time for Christmas. The team will be following up with the new adopters in the weeks to come.

The final Embark Adoption Day for 2016 in Colombo will be held on Sunday, December 11th, 2016 from 2.30 – 5.00 pm at the ODEL store Car Park. All pups are sterilised, vaccinated and looking for forever homes this holiday season.

Embark launched an awareness campaign on the repercussions of caging dogs this week. Caging is a popular “convenience practice” that is often used on dogs in Sri Lanka. It deprives dogs of the opportunity to fulfill some of their most basic needs, such as the freedom to walk around, the opportunity to relieve themselves, and the ability to stretch out and relax.

Fred is a grumpy old pooch who was brought to the hospital with a large tumour on his neck that was found to be malignant. He is currently receiving treatment and is recovering slowly, but old Fred has a long way to go before he is able to go back to his community.

Brown-e was rescued from Homagama with a large laceration on his head. His wound was infested with maggots and badly infected. Although many people had seen Brown-e, not many had stopped to help and perhaps if they had his wound would not have been so serious and the pain he had to go through would have been far less severe.

Human superheroes have fascinated humans for decades and is the inspiration behind the new Embark ‘Super Squad’ clothing collection. The collection stars the label’s real-life street pooch mascots Niko, Bandit and Rozzy.


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