17 out of 24 pups found their forever homes at our recent Adoption Day at the Good Market, Race Course

The Alliance for the Protection of Community Dogs, which includes Embark, along with compassionate citizens stepped out on the 24 th of July at Hyde Park Corner,

“Education of the heart is as important as education of the mind,” and is a much needed concept today.

Sudu was brought from Piliyandala with a wound on the side of her stomach.

10 years of Embark was a celebration of all the dogs we helped heal and re home over the years.

The team carried out several mobile treatment visits over the month.

The team carried out several mobile treatment visits during the week.

11 out of 14 pups found their forever homes at our recent adoption program in Ja ela.

Queen was found on the streets of Colombo with a maggot infested wound on his ear and other burn marks on his face and head.

The recent floods affected the lives of many people and animals.

The volunteer training program was held on the 20th of May at the Sooriya Village.

A sterilization and vaccination campaign was held from the 6th – 9th of May at the Pooneryn Army base.

A cow and a calf rescued from the slaughter house was looked after by the priest at the Pillawa Temple.

The puppy adoption program held on Saturday the 27th of May found homes for 18 rescued pups.

The volunteer training program was held on the 20th of May at the Sooriya Village.

Pettah was rescued from the streets of Pettah after a road traffic accident.

Rubi was rescued from Panagoda with 2 broken front legs.

The Embark team celebrated Awurudu in true Sri Lankan fashion, respecting the age old Sinhala and Hindu traditions.

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