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News - December 2006

IAR issues the Christmas Survival Guide for dogs and cats

19th December 2006

International Animal Rescue has issued its top ten tips for giving dogs and cats a cruelty-free Christmas. IAR from Uckfield runs veterinary clinics for stray dogs and cats in India and also has a UK team that carries out sterilisation and vaccination trips abroad. During a recent seven day visit... read more »

IAR Malta joins protest against animal cruelty

18th December 2006

International Animal Rescue Malta is joining a coalition of 20 organisations holding a demonstration against animal circuses. The protest will come to a halt in front of Circo Bellucci, an animal circus performing in Malta during the festive season. The demonstration, to be held on Thursday, 21st... read more »

IAR launches exciting new project in Indonesia to combat primate trade

14th December 2006

International Animal Rescue formally announces the expansion of its activity into Indonesia to combat the trade in primates. The announcement is made on the day the charity’s Chief Executive receives an OBE from the Queen for his services to animal welfare. In the past four years International... read more »

IAR supports emergency rescue in Beirut

10th December 2006

During the summer International Animal Rescue supported two local volunteers who flew to Beirut to help animals caught up in the bombing. They subsequently sent in an account of their mercy mission: "We watched with horror the bombing in Lebanon - a dreadful time for people and animals. We realised... read more »

IAR seeks volunteers to help collar stray dogs in Goa

6th December 2006

International Animal Rescue has used a massive 5km of dog collar in the past five years to identify the animals it has treated in Goa. The clinic first started treating street dogs five years ago and now has another 5km of collar to send out to the centre for the next influx of canine patients. IAR... read more »

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