Date: 3rd August 2019 Embark achieved yet another milestone in its history with the launch of an exciting new partnership with an innovative and talented team in Japan. This was followed by an Embark pop- up stall at the Sri Lanka Festival, Tokyo which aimed to spread the message of Sri Lanka’s Street Dogs. “When… Read More »

Embark started its first journey to Japan to collaborate with a Japanese partner to sell the brand in Japan. Team Embark held an Education Program for the staff of the Colombo Port. The session consisted of a brief introduction on what we do at Embark, the importance of being kind to animals and the importance… Read More »

Otara along with a group of wonderful people from Japan recently visited the sick and injured dogs at the hospital. Embark is partnering with Mika San and her team who will be taking Embark to Japan in order to help spread the story of Sri Lanka’s beautiful street dogs. Take a look!

Embark recently carried out a free Sterilization and Vaccination Program for the four-legged residents of Thalawathugoda. Mika San and her Japanese Team who hope to support Embark also join the Field Team on this visit so they could gain a better understanding of the work we do. A big, doggy thank you to Maheshika and… Read More »

Otara recently spent some time at Dog Care Clinic, Mihiripenna visiting the paralyzed dogs that have been rescued by Embark and who now live at the sanctuary. Click below to see Shirby greeting Otara. He was hit by a vehicle over 2 years ago and unfortunately will never be able to walk again, yet he… Read More »

Rescued, treated and happy in their forever homes

Located at Level 4 of  The Kandy Department store at Nugegoda. This shop in shop store is smaller than some of the other stores but offers many of the brand offers; from pooch-inspired merchandise for women, men and kids, including Embark’s signature slogan t-shirt collection, iconic wristbands and vividly printed flip-flops, to must-have items for… Read More »

The very first Embark Volunteer Awards was held at the Lakshman Kadirgama Institute in commemoration of International Volunteers’ Day. The event recognized and celebrated passionate volunteers, while creating an inspirational platform for them to share their valuable experiences with others. Guests at the event included; Otara Gunewardene, Sharmini Ratnayake, Mrs Irangani De Silva, Dr. Chamith… Read More »

One of the main sterilization and vaccination programmes held in April was at the Naval Base in – Kankesanthurei and Nagadeepa. A total of 265 vaccinations, 302 Treatments and 401 sterilizations were done during this programme. Embark also marked a milestone by opening our 12th Embark shop in Kandy. An event was also organized in… Read More »

Margo, Parker & Becky . Among our many dog recues were Margo, Parker and Becky. Margo and Parker both have hind leg fractures, and Parker has a missing paw too due to the train accident he faced. Becky was rescued with a pelvic and a leg fracture

Belfi, Nikki and Brown are three of the many recent rescues we did recently. Belfi has a mammory tumor which will be surgically removed, Nikki was rescued from Nugegoda with an injury on her front limb and little Brown’s paws were run over by a bike.

We conducted 3 adoption days and 9 Sterilization and vaccination clinics last month in different parts of Sri Lanka. Also an educational event was conducted at Park Street Mews to raise awareness on dog behavior, animal welfare and education on proper veterinary care for dogs.

Embark held an educational workshop to raise awareness on dog behavior, animal welfare and education on proper veterinary care for dogs. The event was held at Park Street Mews, on 30 March 2018, with the participation of guest speakers who are experts in the fields of animal rights, veterinary care and animal behavior. Embark volunteers,… Read More »

Embark successfully conducted 6 treatment clinics at the head quarters in Jawatte Road, Colombo treating 427 dogs. Also, mobile treatment campaigns were held in Kesbewa, Bandaragama and Wahalkada treating 269 street dogs in the area.