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Sunday, 03 July 2016





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Embarking on fourth mass-CNVR project

(Clockwise) An Embark rescue in progress; Embark founder Otara Gunewardene with a sick dog; an educational program at a school and community dogs on their way to an Embark clinic.

Embark's fourth mass-CNVR project in Sri Lanka was launched in Dambulla. Embark collaborated with the Brigitte Bardot Foundation to make these projects a success and worked with Best Care Animal Hospital, TAPA Sri Lanka, Four Paws Animals Hospital, Municipal Councils, local authorities and individuals that supported some of the work. Embark provided medical care to 14,459 street dogs and performed 3,464 sterilisation surgeries, 5,788 anti-rabies vaccinations, 644 treatments for injured animals and found new homes for 473 puppies between April 2015 and March 2016.

"We are happy with the momentum that has been achieved and the expanded geographic reach of our activities in the concluded year.

We are thankful to the many caring individuals who are keen to make a difference for the Sri Lankan street dog," Embark founder Otara Gunewardene said.

Embark's brand presence grew in 2015, with the opening of its first stand-alone store in Galle.

The opening of three other stand-alone stores at the Kandy City Centre mall, the BIA and at Dickman's Road, Colombo 5, followed just months later.



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