This blog, our YouTube Channel: GWRFeralDogs, and our website at Global Wildlife Resources is dedicated to reduce suffering for both humans and animals, especially dogs. To do this, we are sharing information on humane and compassionate skills, techniques, and equipment for capturing and handling fearful and feral dogs with care, honor, and respect.
This commitment includes voluntarily working with the Animal Welfare Board of India and and ABC India to produce a training video of my dog handling course in Hindi so my former Indian students can train others. See Letter of Support from Animal Welfare Board of India.
Your donations will also help us provide training materials for animal welfare programs around the world and help maintain and expand the FERAL DOG BLOG, YOUTUBE CHANNEL, OUR WEBSITE, as well as generate books, webinars, and videos to share this valuable educational material to spay/neuter and dog rescue programs around the world.
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(A Mac computer is necessary for us to produce quality training videos on humane handling.)
Help us produce educational materials to improve how dogs are handled throughout the world.
Even animal welfare organizations with good intentions are struggling to catch dogs in a good way. Handlers are bit, even where rabies is rampant, and dogs are injured and killed when their intention is to care for dogs and provide trap/neuter/release to vaccinate and control the populations. Most dog handlers around the world cannot read or write. The best format for training is through videos which can be translated into many languages.
Most GWR income is currently generated from Dr. Mark traveling and teaching courses. We are seeking general funding grants to allow Dr. Mark to edit videos, write scripts, and post these training materials on our Internet sites and to pay our webmaster, graphics artist, translators, and video producers.
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