The type of dog population management proposed by CAROdog is an approach that aims to reduce the population of free-roaming dogs through humane methods like catch-neuter-release (CNR) and to improve the responsible ownership of dogs.

We believe that such an approach contributes significantly to enhance the welfare of all dogs, and reduces public health risks at the same time.

Our idea of dog population management is based on key components which are detailed in this section: the CNR approach together with rabies control to manage the free-roaming dog population; Identification and Registration as a key component of responsible ownership of dogs; the shelter management protocol to ensure the welfare of rescued dogs; emergency protocols to ensure that animals are included in disaster-related legislation.

green_arrow  The Catch, Neuter and Release approach (CNR)

green_arrow  Identification and Registration

green_arrow  Rabies Control (WHO)

green_arrow  Shelters

green_arrow  Emergency missions (Disaster Relief and Rapid response following a political crisis)