Fundación Pets Breeding Control (PBC)

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.

General Information

  • Legal Name: Fundación Pets Breeding Control
  • Acronym: PBC
  • Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
  • RNC/Tax ID No: 430-143-456
  • Geographic Areas: Distrito Nacional, La Altagracia, María Trinidad Sánchez, Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo
  • Theme Areas: Animal Rights
  • Quantity and Type of Beneficiaries:

    Summary of 2015:

    Sterilizations – 1190 in total

    Males Females Total
    dogs cats dogs cats dogs cats
    250 226 370 344 620 570

    Adoptions — 50 in total

The Team

Management Team:

Dra. Lourdes Ripley, President

Bárbara Brea, Treasurer

Diógenes Cruz, Secretary

Geraldina Mejia, Vocal

Federico Acosta, Vocal

Irma Labelle, Vocal

Aura Rosa, Education Manager

Board Members:

Contact Information

  • Telephone: (809) 750-8095 or (829) 986-9595
  • Email:
  • Address:

    Calle Poncio Sabater No. 23, Ensanche Paraiso, Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo, Rep. Dom.

  • Website:
  • Social Networks: Facebook | Youtube

Contact Person

  • Name: Mariela Chotin
  • Position: International Affairs Manager
  • Telephone: (809) 763-3070
  • Email:


  • Type of Organization: Non-Profit Organization
  • International Affiliations:

    International Vets Consulting
    Humane Society International
    Animal Balance
    Mid-Atlantic Hospital

  • Years of Operation: Almost 4
  • Number of Employees: 0
  • Number of Members: 7
  • Number of Volunteers:


  • Sources of Funding:

    National and International Donations

  • Products/Services:

    PBC sells stuffed animals to raise money for its programs.

  • Total Income: RD$378,349.56 (2014)
  • Total Expenses: RD$172,363.55 (2014)


Eradicate in a gradual and humane way the suffering of street animals and animal overpopulation, educating citizens about the importance of the same and of respect for life.

To be precursors in education and to aid human health through the well-being of Street animals.

To provide an alternative of human action in order to gradually reduce the overpopulation of street animals or of people with limited resources, thus reducing abandonment of the same in the streets and the incidence of human contagion of diseases through hygiene controls and vaccinations.





Vocational Service

Primary Programs and Projects

Fundación Pets Breeding Control carries out campaigns to castrate and sterilize street animals and pets of individuals with limited economic resources.

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