We are honored to be a part of the October Petstival in Imus Cavite! Imus City is very serious about their campaign against rabies. We are happy to participate in all their projects, last October 21, 2017, Imus City held their 4th October Petstival. Visit our booth at Imus #Octoberpetstival2017Donate and get your rewards instantly!
The PPBCC Foundation in over 9 months. We are aiming really big for the future of the dogs and cats of the Philippines. And we would like to thank everyone who has been there with us from the very beginning. This video is dedicated to all our supporters, friends, relatives, fans, advocates and followers. We
We are one with the Global Alliance for Rabies Control in their campaign against rabies. This is our main goal and advocacy. In celebration of this event we are providing free Anti-Rabies Vaccination for the whole week, September 28 – October 4, 2017 This event is open to everyone, no registration required, they can simply visit
The Founder of the Philippine Pet Birth Control Center Foundation is a long time advocate of spaying and neutering as a means of ending rabies and fighting animal abuse. She has been a veterinarian practitioner and animal welfare advocate for almost 14 years. Dr. Maricelle Licuanan-Resurreccion started “Kapondasyon” a few years ago. She along with
Since January 2017 we have neutered for free 2562 pets in our outreach missions. We are trying to focus on Visayas and Mindanao where there is limited access to desexing. It is vital for us to have a receptive City Veterinarians that welcome our program. This coming August 2017 alone we have 3 outreach missions
Our country is in desperate need of change for our companion animal welfare. The main hindrance is the presence of Rabies threat in the Philippines. Unnecessary deaths due to rabies is unacceptable. By helping the goverment eradicate rabies thru humanely controlling dog and cact population, we are opening doors to a better implementation of laws
We at PPBCC recognizes the importance of dog and cat population control in eradication of rabies. Rabies is an endemic disease in the Philippines, 100% fatal and 100% preventable. Rabies transmission from dogs/cats is linked in low-income countries like the Philippines. We also believe that by having a controlled dog and cat population, we are