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  1. Do you want to help animals in the Community but you don't know how?? Come to DOG CAMP and be part of our programs (FOSTER HOMES, VOLUNTEER, RESCUE, ADOPTIONS, SPONSOR, FUNDRAISING EVENTS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, NEW PROJECTS) DogCamp has 25 dogs and 15 foster homes eawith 17 animals (dogs and cats), so we are helping 46 animals!!! Wowwww IF YOU WANT ADOPT A DOG, COME TO VISIT US!!!! WE HAVE THE PERFECT DOG FOR YOU!! IF YOU CAN NOT WORK WITH OUR PROGRAM BUT YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP, YOU CAN CONSIDER TO MAKE A DONATION TO DOG CAMP, YOU CAN DO IT USING PAYPAL paypal.me/DogCamp Contact us TODAY!!!! 65638686 / 69659423 dogcampboquete@gmail.com VID-20171214-WA0017.mp4
  2. At this 123rd clinic, Dr. Tello sterilized 58 animals: 24 dogs and 34 cats. This brings our total of dogs and cats sterilized to 4,744. http://spaypanama-chiriqui.org/123rd.html. See photos at https://imgur.com/a/RiIpK1N December will be a short vacation for us. A relief in a way, but sadly, that means that fewer animals will be sterilized until our next clinic on January 20, 2019. (And that clinic is almost full already!) Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to all, and as always, love and hugs and much gratitude to Dr. Andres Tello, our wonderful volunteers, and our donors! This vital work could not be done without them! ------------------------------ Several days before the clinic when I was walking, a man told me that neighbors had moved away and abandoned a female dog. He was worried that this sweet dog would become a "puppy factory." This was near the Nueva California school. I returned home, then went in my car and brought the dog to my house where I have a place to keep a dog separate from my 19 dogs. On clinic day I took her to be spayed. She is young and had never been in heat--and now she will never have puppies! On Monday after the clinic, I took her back to the school. She was very excited and ran to be with the school children again. People in the neighborhood feed her, so she will be fine. ------------------------------------ Also remember: I will help with animals to the best of my ability. Recently someone found a dog in horrible condition—emaciated from hunger, with worst mange I have ever seen (including bleeding sores). He had been hit by a car, had a broken hip on one side and open oozing wounds on the other hip/leg. The dog had a crappy collar around his neck attached to a wire. Someone had apparently tied him up to starve to death and he managed to break loose, only to be hit by a car. The police had sent the woman to my house with the dog. She and her husband put the dog in the crate on the side of my house. I immediately injected him with pain medication, antibiotics, and Vitamin C. I had planned to take him to Dr. Tello at the border, but before I could do so, the dog died during the night. There was a lot of blood on his blanket in the crate, apparently from internal injuries. The only positive with this situation is that at least the poor dog had a warm, dry place to sleep and a full tummy for a couple of days. He ate a LOT of food and he also drank a lot of water. He obviously had been very dehydrated. I have experienced many situations of abuse like this and it always pains my heart deeply. I keep telling myself that I can't save them all, but nevertheless, I can't internalize the fact. My only consolation is that people who abuse animals will burn in hell for eternity! (If you visit me regarding a problem with an animal, please call me in advance, 6517-8752 or whatsapp at 6361-3234. I am cautious about opening my gate when my employee is not present.) ----------------------------- Again, many thanks to all! We will see you in January! Dottie
  3. DOG CAMP HAS GREAT DOGS WAITING FOR YOU!!! WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET THEM? COME TO VISIT US!! CONTACT US: 65638686 / 69659423 / dogcampboquete@gmail.com
  4. *DOG CAMP NEEDS YOUR HELP!* *Dog Camp* is a place of rescue and rehabilitation of dogs here in Boquete, to later give them up for adoption and make their future families happy. At this time due to the complaint of a neighbor who does not want the dogs to be there near him, DOG CAMP needs to find good homes for the rescued dogs. Please share the following pictures of the puppies to help find them a temporary or permanent home. **Any interested on helping, please contact Javier or Magaly at 65638686 / 69659423* Thank you!!!!
  5. On May 20, 2018 at our 116th clinic, Dr. Tello spayed/neutered 47 dogs and cats. In addition, Dr. Tello performed several other procedures, including amputation of a dog's leg. http://spaypanama-chiriqui.org/116th.html See the information on my web page about the new law that could mean prison for animal abusers. They recently held a big training session for the Bocas del Toro area about preventing abuse of animals. In a picture, slide shows were presented and dozens of people were in attendance. Also good news is that the corregidurias, political appointees who have no real power, are being replaced by Justices of the Peace. They have more broad-reaching authority, including the power to levy fines and actually order people to jail. The clinics are a full-time job for me, but the work is a project from my heart, something I can't NOT do. I'm still bothered greatly when I see a suffering animal, or a female dog with big milk-filled teats. It's difficult for me to internalize the fact that we can't save them all. But we are making progress, both with the number of dogs and cats spayed/neutered and the fact that Panama is now serious about preventing animal abuse. As I created the web page for this 116th clinic, I happened to look back at the 8th clinic, which was on March 16, 2008-- exactly two years after we began the clinics. I was really excited to have rented the building that I still rent today. It is ideal for our purposes. http://spaypanama-chiriqui.org/Eighth.html. It is a very long web page but interesting to see where we were then and where we are now. As of that date, we had sterilized 378 animals, and to date the number is 4,417. Among the changes since then, the volunteers are all different today. In that web page, I mentioned the costs of certain medications and supplies. Like everything else, those costs are much higher now. And my phone numbers and email address are not the same as then. Also different from the earlier days: I walked door to door all over town each month, handing out literature about the benefits of sterilization and trying to sign people up for appointments. After I was able to stop doing that, then for a long time I put up 60 notices all over town each month, inviting people to register for the next clinic. Now, for a long time, it has been just word of mouth and clinics are full two months in advance. Good news in a way, and in another way, while people wait, puppies and kittens are being born to unsterilized dogs and cats. We will have two clinics in August to try to help this situation. Big thanks to Dr. Andres Tello, to all our volunteers, contributors whether financial or otherwise, and to the people who bring their animals to be sterilized. It is heartwarming to witness so many Panamanians who dearly love their pets! Big hugs, Dottie
  6. PLEASE help us continue to reduce the number of homeless and unwanted dogs and cats in Boquete and surrounding communities by clicking HERE
  7. Please mark your calendars and attend the Amigos de Animales Annual Meeting on April 14, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. In addition to sharing information about the organization's finances, monthly clinic, future projects and goals, a membership drive will also occur. Join Amigos de Animales for one year for a $10 fee and receive a FREE T-shirt bearing the A de A logo! Light snacks will be provided
  8. THANK YOU SO MUCH TO JUDY ODOM!!!!She is the new foster of the mom and her four female kittens.Please we need cat food and pay for the sterilization, shots and deworm pills of the five cats.PLEASE CONTACT US: dogcampboquete@gmail.com / 65638686
  9. Hi everyone!! If you want to support the Dog Camp with dog food, weet food, vitamines, flea treatment, deworm medicine, toys, shampoo and more... You can go to the pet store "mascotas" in the town and tell that you will buy anything of these items to support the DogCamp and you will receive a disscount of 5% You can contact us and we will go to pick it up. PLEASE HELP THE ANIMALS FROM THE DOG CAMP. Or if you want to help with some donation, please consider to make a donation to our Gofundme.https://www.gofundme.com/helpanimalsboquete Adopt a rescued dog is the best option ever!!! Come to visit us and meet the big pack at the Dog Camp!! CONTACT US: Javier Madge: 6965-9423 Magaly Bustamante: 6563-8686 dogcampboquete@gmail.com SUPPORT OUR RESCUE AND ADOPTION ACTIVITIES: Donate funds: GoFundMe Food and supplies appreciated FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: DogCamp Boquete Blog Facebook Instagram YouTube
  10. First clinic of the year 2018, more than 250 animals were spay and neuter! Great program for the Community!!! If you need spay or neuter a dog or cat, contact us 6563/8686 or boqueteanimales@gmail.com Dogs 15.00 Cats 8.00 Next clinic, February 18th
  11. Spay and Neuter Clinic in Alto Boquete Sunday, January 28th Get your appointment. Celular / Whatsapp: 6563-8686 Email: boqueteanimales@gmail.com
  12. Happy New Year 2018!! The dogs from DogCamp say thank you for all your support during this year. With your help we could help and rescue many animals. Remember that we are only two person trying to help animals in the Community. Actually we have 39 dogs plus our own three dogs, total 42 dogs and 2 cats (Arf is in charge of 7 dogs) We are helping with extra bag of food to a poor lady who rescued six big dogs and sometimes she doesn't have enough money to buy food for them. Also we started to help, with Martha Beatriz, an old couple who rescued 12 big dogs, so sometimes we go to give them some dog food too. Here is the list of all the animals that are living at the DogCamp: Sophia and her 4 small puppies two months old Pancha and her 5 fat puppies seven weeks old Junior a puppy six weeks old Nino and Nina, lab mix, puppies four months old Nazca, Pepe and Wilson, meeium size, puppies, six months old Chiki and Pelusa, two small lap dogs Gracie, medium size, ten months old Mia, medium size, ten months old Mango and Bila, two medium size one year old Duke, medium size, eight months old Dora, Bobby and Negra, medium size, one year old, we rescued them when they were one month old with the mother (Arf is in charge of them) Chino, meduum size, one year old Jimmy, medium size, eleven months old (Arf is in charge of him) Precious, medium size, 2 years old Salvador, medium size, 10 months old Sasha, medium size, a husky mix, two years old, we rescued her when she was three months old (Arf is in charge of her) Sophie, big size, one and a half year old, we rescued her when she was one month old (Arf is in charge of her) Buddy, big size, seven years old, we rescued him when his owner wanted to put down at the veterinary two years ago (Arf is in charge of him) Five feral dogs, big size, two years old (Blanca, Chela, Chichi, Ronald and Snoopy) Adopt a rescued dog is the best option ever!!! Come to visit us and meet the big pack at the Dog Camp!! CONTACT US: Javier Madge: 6965-9423 Magaly Bustamante: 6563-8686 dogcampboquete@gmail.com SUPPORT OUR RESCUE AND ADOPTION ACTIVITIES: Donate funds: GoFundMe Food and supplies appreciated FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Dog Camp Boquete Blog Facebook Instagram YouTube
  13. Thank you so much to Ruby Mckenzie who acepted to make a small clinic for some dogs, most of them female dogs and cats, that couldnt wait until january clinic. Thanks to all the volunteers who help these two mini clinic!!! We are so lucky to live in a great Comunity. CONTACT US: Javier 6965-9423 / Magaly 6563-8686 Email: dogcampboquete@gmail.com Please consider to make a donation to the DogCamp by our GOFUNDME FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Dog Camp Blog Facebook Instagram YouTube
  14. BINGO DOG CAMP Thank you so much to our friends who help us in the organization : Nairn Cutten , Nancy Halbert who cooked a delicious lasagna, Harry Halbert , Beth Abrahams, Ruby McKenzie , Ken Becky Campeau , Zoey Quimby , Jacky Champ!! and our friends who donate Sharon Szotak , Wendy Burton , Laura Viquez , Ivan Salazar Pereyra , Doris Paredes Duque , Finca Lerida , Stéphane Olga Goulet Lanctot , and ALL THE PEOPLE who arrived to the event and had a nice moment for us. This event is dedicated to our rescued dogs and cats. We are glad to say it was a complety success!!! Our prizes were: The Lost Waterfalls, Finca Lerida, Mikes Global, Hotel Brisas del Diablo, The Boulder House, Kamcha Restaurant, The Heaven, Volcan Eco-tours, Panama Red Rum, Baru Restaurant RAFFLE DOG CAMP Thank you so much to the people who bough the tickets for the raffle. Remember that all the money is for the rescued animals! Our prizes were: Seagul Cove Resort in Boca Chica, Sugar & Spice, Hotel Casa de Montaña, Mikes Global CONTACT US: Javier 6965-9423 / Magaly 6563-8686 Email: dogcampboquete@gmail.com Please consider to make a donation to the DogCamp by our GOFUNDME FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Dog Camp Blog Facebook Instagram YouTube
  15. DECEMBER 15TH !!! Dogcamp RAFFLE !!! WE WILL BROADCAST THE RAFFLE BY FACEBOOK LIVE AND WE WILL POST THE VIDEO THE SAME DAY!!! Selling tickets at Dr.Chely office, BCP, Mailboxes, and here at the DogCamp! OUR PRIZES ARE DONATED FROM CASA DE MOMTAÑA, SUGAR AND SPICE, SEAGULL COVE RESORT FROM BOCA CHICA!!!CONTACT US: 69659423 / 65638686 HELPING ANIMALS IN BOQUETE! WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT PLEASE!
  16. Mr. Mitts had a family who loved him and gave him a good life. He spent a lot of time outdoors, but had the ability to come inside as well. His family left Panama and unfortunately was not able to return due to medical reason. Mr. Mitts is currently in a foster home, but they are moving at the beginning of September and cannot take him with them. He is gentle and loving. Mr. Mitts tested positive for the Feline HIV virus although he does not have the disease and may not for many years. He would need to be the only cat in the home so the virus can't spread, or would need to share a place with cats that already have the virus. Tanya is also looking for a new foster home. She is an adult female cat, approx. 6 years old. She would make the ideal companion. Being older, she has a mellow and mature personality and doesn't need to be entertained like a kitten. She does not get along with other cats and would prefer to be the only house cat. She is looking for a lap to “cuddle” on. If you can help with fostering either of these cuties, even for a short time, please contact us. ARF provides all food and any necessary medical treatment.
  17. Bryant and Sharna are moving to the Boquete/Chiriqui area permanently February 1, 2018 and seek a mid to long term sit to get us started. We have local friends and references. As retired professionals, global travelers and fur baby parents, we are capable of providing many services for your home, pets and/or hospitality business. Capable B&B and property managers, we are comfortable with the many challenges serving a variety of cultures and lifestyles. And we speak a bit of Spanish, badly. Bryant was a commercial/residential general contractor and he can build, maintain or repair just about anything. His hobbies include fine woodworking, furniture refinishing and tinkering with how to live green. Sharna was a global technology consultant and also served as a non-profit board member providing service dogs to families and veterans, and as a pet photographer for the Humane Society. Hobbies include dog training and grooming, healthy lifestyle & gluten free cooking, home accent/interior design, home organization, travel blogging, gardening and photography. We have been property owners, landlords and renters and that experience gives us perspective with many property related challenges from all viewpoints. Responsible, trustworthy, friendly, fun and open minded, non smokers and adaptable to just about any situation. As parents and fosters to both cats and dogs we are comfortable with administering medicines, special foods and tender loving care. We have two of our own senior dogs that will be with us. Max is a Sheltie and Bear is a Pekingese. They get along with just about every four-footed being, including yours! Whatever your home or pets require, let us know and we will take care of it. Yes, we have references for our home sits and our character, as do our dogs. Note: we are currently engaged on a house sitting project until mid January 2018 in the U.S. Contact us now to arrange for sits beginning February 1, 2018! Viendo hacia adelante!
  18. April 23, 2017 - 42 animals were spayed/neutered by Dr. Andres Tello, our wonderful veterinarian. http://spaypanama-chiriqui.org/104th.html This brings our total of dogs and cats sterilized to 3,885. Although we have sterilized more than 42 animals in one day, this was our longest day ever. We didn't close the doors until 7:30 pm. We had a LOT of BIG female dogs, two abortions (all more time consuming), plus three huge tumors and a knee surgery. One tumor took an hour, and the knee surgery was also quite time consuming. Dr. Tello also performed eye surgery on a dog. One cat had to be euthanized. We are very fortunate to have such a skilled and compassionate veterinarian as Dr. Andres Tello! He is the best veterinarian I have ever known—anywhere. Thinking back to when we first began the clinics. I was always concerned that we wouldn't have enough animals. I walked the streets of Volcan, knocking on doors, giving literature to people and trying to sign up their animals for sterilization. I'd also post 60 notices all around town before each clinic. The initial work paid off, because now with just word of mouth, every clinic is full long before clinic date. As of today, April 30, we already have 26 appointments on the list for May 21st, so call right away for an appointment. We now offer teeth cleaning of dogs at our clinics. I bought a complete set of dental instruments, and Alex Rios does a great job. Alex has already cleaned the teeth of 11 of my dogs. We offer this for dogs that have already been sterilized or will be on clinic day. Cost is $25. The cost will be extra if one or more teeth need to be extracted. Be sure to make an appointment. As always, my heartfelt thanks to Dr. Andres Tello, to our wonderful volunteers, to those who contribute, whether it is funds or otherwise, and to all who bring their animals to be sterilized. TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Big hugs! Dottie
  19. Yesterday I learned critical information from Manuel Dixon, the owner of Dixon Laboratorio in David: that he is the ONLY accredited veterinarian laboratory in Chiriqui. Before my conversation with Manuel, I thought a blood test is a blood test. Wrong! Dixon Laboratorio runs expensive quality control tests once a week that labs in veterinary clinics do not. Without regular quality control testing, incorrect results are almost a guarantee. Medications based on incorrect blood test readings will be ineffective and harmful, for example when an animal is given unnecessary antibiotics. Or even deadly--for example, if an animal is given insulin based on an incorrect diagnosis of diabetes. Bad news! Manuel gave a recent example: A woman had had a blood test of her dog at a veterinary clinic in David, and medication was prescribed and sold to her. When her dog did not improve, she then took a blood sample to Dixon Laboratorio along with the results of the first test. The (correct) results at Dixon Laboratorio were completely different from the tests done at the veterinary clinic. The woman was angry at the veterinary clinic for the expense involved to render an incorrect blood analysis, plus unknowingly giving her dog improper medication. One veterinary clinic in David repeatedly gives an incorrect diagnosis of ehrlichia (tick fever), thus resulting in harmful and unnecessary medication being given to the dog. I have no affiliation with Dixon Laboratorio except as a grateful client. Their contact is 777-0481. Manuel is a kind man who speaks perfect English. (His technicians do not.) And the costs are very reasonable. The lab in David is very easy to find. I can give directions. Dixon Laboratorio also does tests for humans, agriculture, water. They are expanding and will soon include tests for biohazard substances, using positive pressure personnel suits and a segregated air supply room. Attached is a list of possible tests I've compiled for dogs. I intend to have some extensive tests done for two of mine. I discussed the attached list with Manuel and he gave me the proper vials for the tests I wish to have. At our next spay/neuter clinic (April 23), I am going to practice, practice, practice drawing blood from a dog's vein so I can do it myself. So if any of you (in the Volcan area) need blood tests for your dog, get the correct vials from Manuel (free) and I can (probably) draw the blood for you. No charge, of course. I am happy to help whenever I can. Dottie - 6517-8752 Blood Tests for Dogs.odt
  20. March 19, 2017 - 44 animals were spayed/neutered on this date. See http://spaypanama-chiriqui.org/103rd.html Dr. Tello sterilized 24 dogs and 20 cats. Of the dogs, 20 were female and 4 were male. Of the cats, 16 were female and 4 were male. This brings our total of dogs and cats sterilized to 3,843. Additional procedures included: complicated and lengthy removal of three big tumors from dogs; three pregnant cats; one pregnant dog; and the necessity to put down a dog that had advanced cancer. Alex Rios, a young man who is one of our volunteers, does a great job cleaning the teeth of dogs. He cleaned the teeth of five dogs today. Volcan dentist Dr. Ben-Hur Sinclair came to visit the clinic today. He observed Alex and said he did a very good job. If your dog has already been sterilized or will be on clinic day, you can make an appointment to have the dog's teeth cleaned. The cost is $25 for cleaning, with additional cost if extractions are necessary. Our next clinic will be on April 23rd. Call right away for an appointment because the clinics fill up fast. As always, my heartfelt thanks to everyone who participated in the clinic: Dr. Andres Tello, our wonderful volunteers, donors of funds or food and drinks, and to everyone who brought their animals to be sterilized. Big hugs, Dottie
  21. Veterinary Secrets Blog with Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM I just found this excellent site that gives non-toxic natural ways to treat pet conditions at home. If you don't want to subscribe, scroll down the right hand side of the page. There are links for "Most Popular" and under "Index" are links for "Cat Health," "Dog Health." http://www.internetpetvet.com Veterinary Secrets Blog with Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM Dog and Cat Health: natural, holistic solutions for healing your pet at home. Preview by Yahoo Dottie
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