Dog birth rates far outpace our ability to surgically spay and neuter them, creating a global overpopulation crisis. Lack of funding and the sheer number of stray dogs make it impossible to catch these frightened animals to spay/neuter them.
The overpopulation of these dogs has led many governments to engage in mass killings of dogs in brutal and inhumane ways.
Our scientists are developing a permanent lasting birth control dog food in the form of a cookie that could be digested by a starving stray dog on the street — instead of having to catch every dog and perform surgery on them!
Once digested, that single cookie will spay the dog without surgery. This cookie is being developed right now and we need your contribution to make it happen. Join us in this campaign, and let's make history for animals. Donate now.
600 Million Stray Dogs Gold Seal status is the leading symbol of non-profit transparency and accountability.
Out of 1.8 million nonprofits, 600 has been awarded the prestigious Gold seal of Transparency by Guidestar, now known as Candid, "the nation's premier nonprofit database."
600M Stray Dogs at a Glance
Stray dogs worldwide
on any given day
Cookie will be capable of spaying and neutering -without surgery
in our work
Meet The Founder of
600 Million Stray Dogs
Alex Pacheco is often described as the Father of the Modern Day Animal Rights Movement in the United States.
As co-founder of both the world’s largest animal rights organization (PETA) and the world’s largest non-profit animal adoption organization (Adopt-A-Pet), his 30-year track record of victories for animals is arguably unequaled.