Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue advocates humane and healthy practices for animals in the Jaltemba area by promoting health, education, free spay and neutering, adoptions, foster care and positive relationships with animals and their owners.
What started out as an invitation to have a working holiday In the spring of 2010 has turned into so much more! The Mexi-Can Vet Project has grown as veterinary practices in Canada join to adopt rescue animals to good homes, raise funds and provide veterinary support at free spay/neuter clinics for dogs and cats in western Mexico.read more
JBAR works to help the community understand why it is important to spay and neuter animals. Many times these dogs and cats (if left unaided) cause a health risk, as they often have parasites, and many other problems, as a result of roaming the streets and eating contaminated food. It is our goal to help save as many animals as possible and prevent future animal suffering.
Harley, Sarah Walker’s rescued Harlequin Great Dane, arrived in Canada the end of April to his new mom, Sharon. A new bed and all kinds of treats were waiting for this lovely dog. Sarah rescued him from the streets in La Penita...starving. He weighed only 16kg when she found him, but has gained weight and is now healthy and happy...a wonderful gentle giant with a new life! Read more on 'Tails' of Success...
Dog stats: A dog can have 2 litters a year, with an average of 8 puppies per litter. In 6 years, 1 dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs! Cat Stats: A cat can have 3 litters a year, with an average of 5 kittens per litter. In 7 years, 1 cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats! Statistics courtesy of the US Humane Society