Today was véry, véry stressful but at least all those helpless creatures we rescued are safe and loved now. Please welcome Lucille to the ever-growing CARF family. Lucille will have her pups in a safe and clean environment.
She will raise them without having to worry where her next meal will come from.Read more »
Short on time or money (or both) but still want to help the homeless dogs of Curaçao? Or maybe you don’t live on the island but you do feel passionate about the wellbeing of the dogs on our island? There are multiple ways to help CARF without investing a ton of time, money or energy.Read more »
Ed needs your help. We need your help. We are maxed out! But we had to help Ed… It seems he’s been walking with this injured leg for a while (not a surprise it’s badly infected). Poor Ed will have to have his leg amputated…
Ed is on pain meds and antibiotics and fortunately in very good spirits.Read more »
This morning, despite the somewhat rainy weather, several volunteers came together to take our CARFIES for a walk. Rain or shine, the dogs didn’t seem to mind, they loved to sniff and saunter – and the popsicles we had prepared for them were a big hit.Read more »
Heartworms in dogs are easy to prevent, but difficult, and costly, to cure. These last few weeks we have been treating (and still need to treat) several of our former street dogs for their heartworm. As some of you may know this is an expensive procedure costing up to hundreds of dollars per dog.Read more »
Can you offer us a helping hand? If you can provide a temporary home for a dog in Curaçao, we want to hear from you! CARF needs volunteers to take in dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds, that have been abused, neglected or abandoned by their owners, or who have been living on the streets but are in desperate need of care.Read more »
Heartworm is in our top three of most common diseases we encounter in our daily work. It is a disease that will slowly kill your pet. What frustrates us the most is that it can easily be prevented.
You won’t even notice the heartworm infection until it’s in an advanced stage.Read more »