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Durong Dingo Sanctuary
The Durong Dingo Sanctuary mission is to save and preserve all types of dingo and educate the public about the pivotal role the dingo plays in our fragile ecosystem, as it is the top order predator and facilitates in keeping in balance the lives of all wildlife. Click Here to Listen!Learn More
Soi Dog Foundation
'To improve the welfare of dogs and cats in Asia, resulting in better lives for both the animal and human communities, to create a society without homeless animals, and to ultimately end animal cruelty'. Their work with street animals consists of spaying and neutering to prevent unwanted puppies and kittens being born into short lives of suffering, along with the rescue, vaccination, medical treatment, sheltering, and adoption of those that cannot be returned to their territory. Click Here to Listen!Learn More
Animals Fiji is a registered Fijian and US charity with a focus on animal welfare. They currently operate the only Veterinary clinics and welfare services in the Western and Northern Divisions of Fiji. This is where owners can seek treatment for their pets, livestock as well as wildlife.
Animals Fiji operate as a welfare agency operating outreach programs and clinics throughout Fiji. One of their four clinics, Nadi, also functions a shelter taking in strays, injured and abused animals, who are treated and re-homed.
Their critical goals are to reduce the epidemic of stray and diseased roaming dog and cat populations that plague villages, towns and rural areas, through de-sexing programs. They ensure basic veterinary services and animal care education are available to as many Fijians as possible. Click Here to Listen!Learn More
DOG BARK PARK – VISIT THE WORLD’S BIGGEST BEAGLE!
Dog Bark Park Inn is a bed & breakfast guesthouse inside the World’s Biggest beagle. Guests enter the body of the beagle from a private second story deck. Some of the dog’s decorative furnishings are carving by Dog Bark Park chainsaw artists Dennis & Frances. Inside and up another level to the head of the dog is a loft room with additional sleeping space plus a cosy alcove in the muzzle.
At Dog Bark Park Inn sleeping in the doghouse is a good thing! Click Here to Listen!Learn More
Hearts Alive Animal Rescue, Las Vegas
It’s Hearts Alive’s mission to fight daily to ensure pets are given a second chance at life by taking care of their medical and behaviour issues before placing them in a new home.
To date they have helped save thousands of pets, many of which have special medical needs. Veterinarian costs alone have increased over 200% per month in the first quarter compared to the previous year. The increased financial obligation has created budget challenges as they fight to save more lives each day. Hearts Alive Village has managed to double intake each year since inception, and support is needed more than ever before! Click Here to Listen!Learn More
The Wonder Mates Café
Kamila and her partner run and own The Wonder Mates Café in Newcastle! If you are in need of some 90s nostalgia, look no further than Islington’s newest and coolest hangout.
It is complete with a replica Central Perk café wall, superhero comics, and all the 90s paraphernalia you can imagine. Be sure to check them out on their socials below, show them some support and love! Click Here to Listen!Learn More
Greyhound As Pets
It can sometimes be a challenging experience finding a friendly family dog. However, Greyhound as Pets are committed on matching the right dog for you and your circumstances.
Greyhounds as Pets is a not- for- profit initiative dedicated to giving greyhounds a second chance through their adoption and fostering programs.
Find out why Greyhounds make awesome family pets, how you can give them the love they deserve and what you can do to help support this cause, as it is needed now more than ever. Click Here to Listen!Learn More
The Grey Muzzle Organisation
The Grey Muzzle Organisation improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funding and resources to animal shelters, rescue organisations, sanctuaries, and other non-profit groups nationwide.
Grey Muzzle are not a shelter or rescue group, however they fund programs such as hospice care, senior dog adoption, medical screening, and other special programs to help old dogs at animal welfare organisations across the United States of America. Click Here to Listen!
Guest of Honour Pet Chaperones
It is Guest of Honour Pet Chaperones responsibility and privilege to ensure pets become a part of your special wedding day or any celebration in the most controlled and safest way possible.
This fully insured business is run by Kellee and Lee, located within Canberra and they cover the surrounds with vehicles that are equipped with car harnesses, clean bedding, cargo barriers and if preferred crates to deliver the safest transport possible for your pet. These two wonderful ladies and also on behalf of their gorgeous pets donate $25 from each booking towards Animal Rescue, RSPCA, ACT, ARF, Port Macquarie Koala Hospital and RFS. Click Here to Listen!
AID BALI BAGUS ANIMALS
A group of animal advocates joined hands to form Aid Buleleng Bali Animals (Yayasan Jalan Kasih Satwa Buleleng) –the first official animal charity based in the Buleleng regency.
Their mission is to advance the safety and well-being of animals in the Buleleng regency. Click Here to Listen!
MUDFISH NO-PLASTIC PROJECT INDONESIA
Indonesia has a major plastic waste problem on its hands. Indonesia is second only to China as the world’s largest contributor to plastic pollution. Between 1.15 million and 2.41 million tons of plastic waste contaminating the oceans each year. Of this, Indonesia is estimated to contribute roughly 200,000 tons of waste from its rivers and streams.
The MUDFISH No-Plastic Project travels to the islands of Indonesia to poor villages and areas afflicted by natural disasters to run fun workshops for children that use art and music to educate the children about the danger of single-use plastic and the proper disposal and recycling of plastic. Click Here to Listen!Learn More