Below please find a list of organizations focusing on Animal Rights in the Dominican Republic.

Entity Name About Us
Doggie House, Inc.

Doggie House is an organization that started on Facebook at the end of May, 2009. It emerged as an Adoption Agency with the goal of placing pets into homes, without regard to their breed or origin. . . . As the quantity of followers was growing, we were led formally to constitute Doggie House as an Non-Profit Organization. From this moment on we were committed to a very important cause: the mistreatment, abandonment and homelessness of dogs. Later Doggie House arrived at the point where it was asked to perform more rescues than it was able to execute. For this reason, Doggie House started a movement to create a consciousness among the citizenry, that together we can make a difference in the lives of needy animals, promoting the slogan “Be Part of the Change.”

Fundación Pets Breeding Control

Fundación Pets Breeding Control (PBC) is a Dominican non-profit organization that is comprised of a group of veterinarians, students of veterinary medicine, and volunteers who share the firm desire . . .to control the overpopulation of animals who live in the streets through humane surgical methods, and thus improve the quality of life of the community and of the street animals themselves.

Fundación Protectora de Animales Doctora Lois

La Fundación Protectora de Animales Doctora Lois (FUPRADL) advocates for the enactment and enforcement of animal protection laws in the Dominican Republic, and provides food, shelter and veterinary . . .services to abused and abandoned animals.

Patronato Amigos de los Animales

El Patronato Amigos de los Animales (PADELA) is a non-governmental, non-profit institution which, since 1983, has dedicated itself to the protection and promotion of the well-being of homeless, mistr . . .eated and abandoned animales in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo.

Reef Check República Dominicana

Fundación Reef Check República Dominicana (RCDR) was founded in 2005 by biologist Rubén Torres, Ph.D., as the regional coordinator of Reef Check International, which unites local strategic partner . . .s in order to achieve a common goal: protect the coral reefs and associated fauna, especially through the implementation and management of Protected Marine Areas (PMA), the realization of sustainable fishing practices, and the restoration of coastal and marine ecosystems. Understanding the importance of reefs in the production of white sand, the protection of beaches and the production of seafood for human consumption, the conservation programs of Reef Check largely work to ensure competitive tourism in the Dominican Republic and to help protect valuable marine resources, creating benefits so that local conservation is economically sustainable in the long run.