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About SOS Chapala Dog Rescue Legacy

 

SOS Chapala Dog Rescue Legacy continues the mission of its predecessor, which sadly closed its doors on July 27, 2022. In the wake of the shelter's closure, the challenge of dog overpopulation has only intensified. As we navigate a post-pandemic world, many shelters are either shutting down or facing unprecedented difficulties in finding forever homes for dogs, with adoption rates plummeting.

Despite these hardships, SOS Chapala Dog Rescue Legacy remains steadfast in our dedication to the welfare of these animals. Our commitment to combating the issue of dog overpopulation in our community is unwavering. We aim to honor the legacy of the original SOS Chapala Dog Rescue by helping in mobilizing resources, support, and innovative solutions to continue providing care, aid, and advocacy for canines in need.

Our efforts are focused on creating sustainable strategies that adapt to the changing landscape of animal welfare. We seek to engage with the community, inspire action, and foster a culture of responsible pet ownership. With your help, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of countless dogs and work towards a future where every canine companion enjoys a life of love and security.

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For Mexican nationals with limited means, free spay/neuter and assistance with emergency veterinary care is available

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Cats & Dogs
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