Pets Breeding Control Foundation

pets-breeding-controlThe Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Hospital is proud to be working with the Pets Breeding Control Foundation (PBC) to control of overpopulation of stray dogs and cats living in the streets of the Dominican Republic. The PBC helps by providing neutering, vaccinating and de-worming to animals whose owners have limited resources, and by providing treatment, recovery and adoption services for the country’s many stray dogs and cats.

Mid-Atlantic’s Dr. Daniel Franklin is the official Pets Breeding Control Foundation Representative in the U.S. and is helping to organize efforts in support of the PBC (View recent letter in PDF format).

We hope to be providing more information as the project continues to move forward and invite those interested to contact Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Hospital at 301-797-1800.

Pets Breeding Control on VIMEO (Spanish Language)

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