TNR Trust

Category: Caring for Dogs or Cats


Five reasons why

Five reasons why Kenya needs a good dog and cat control programme…

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Shared compound? Before getting a pet ask your landlord and neighbours first

Do your homework before adopting a pet if you live in a shared compound.

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Rabies: Zero Deaths by 2030 Vision

Rabies is a viral disease that affects mammals and can lead to paralysis and death. The Department of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (Kiambu County) is one of the many organization who is offering their services. The department hopes to mark…

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RABIES: How do I prevent it?

In light of World Rabies Day on 28 September, we will dedicate this week’s post to Rabies: The facts, the figures, how to prevent it and our goals. Today we look at how you can prevent Rabies with only a few simple tips

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How can a dog become an effective Guard Dog?

Guard Dog in Rural Kenya

To have an effective guard dog, his natural instincts must be respected and nurtured. Find out in this blog post how you can do this.

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GUARD DOGS: Would you defend your keeper who confines you in a box without a toilet for 12 hours a day?

Guard Dog in Rural Kenya

We will be looking at the myths and truths of Guard Dog, the DO’s and DO-NOT’s of how to treat them.

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Tick Guide for Dogs (Part 2): tick-borne diseases

We have SO many tick-borne disease in Kenya and they can be fast and deadly. So what are the symptoms of the most common tick-borne diseases? And how can you protect your dog?

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GUARD DOGS Myth: “Chained dogs are better watch dogs than free-roaming dogs” – WRONG!

Guard Dog in Rural Kenya

We will be looking at the myths and truths of Guard Dog, the DO’s and DO-NOT’s of how to treat them.

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ID YOUR PET DAY: the importance of tags, collars and microchips

ID YOUR PET DAY: the importance of tags, collars and microchips

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Tick Guide for Dogs (Part 1)

Living in a humid and warm country, our dogs (and us!) are always at risk in picking up a tick somewhere.
What are ticks? How do you check for ticks? And how do you remove them?

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