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Population Control Everyone’s Mission

Cook Islands News Saturday 19 January 2013   By Gregg Young, Esther Honey Foundation We have decided to address the public to discuss the issue of controlling the dog and cat population in Rarotonga, a responsibility we all share. The Esther Honey Foundation is here to provide veterinary care and education to improve the health […]

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Quick; Silver Needs Love

Silver is a very sweet elderly dog who came to us over a month ago, with skin disease so bad that all of his skin was infected and sore. He was depressed and lethargic, and not overly friendly. After a few weeks on antibiotics and baths, he is a whole new dog! No longer smelly […]

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Homes Wanted

It’s that time of year again! We are running out of room to house the growing number of kittens, cats and dogs coming to the clinic that need homes to go to. Besides the kittens, we have four great cats looking for homes who would be awesome in the house for chasing moko and rats. […]

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New Beginnings in 2011

MAX EHF volunteers found Dilbert suffering from fish poisoning and dragging his painful, paralysed hind-leg as he scavenged for scraps of food. His leg was severely bruised and his tummy suffered deep wounds from being dragged across rough ground for an unknown period of time. It took this darling dog several weeks to recover from […]

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Desperately Seeking Homes

Floyd & Friends SM The Esther Honey Foundation animal clinic in Nikao is overrun with dogs that need to be re-homed – and more dogs are still arriving. Clinic director Gregg Young says they are running out of room to house the growing number of dogs coming to the clinic that need loving homes to […]

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Stumpy: The best dog in the world

Hi, September 11, 2009 Almost 9 years ago I saw an ad in a pet store in San Francisco. A couple had posted a sign with a picture of a dog that needed a home. I called the number and was told that this dog had already been promised to their vet but that another […]

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