devoted to helping homeless street animals with medical challenges, focusing in Tijuana and Mexicali..
At-Choo Foundation is crazy, nutty passionate about helping homeless street dogs and cats who have no one and are suffering with medical conditions. Focusing in Tijuana, we get these worthy souls off the streets and to our vets, paying for their care. Once they are healthy and ready for rescue (which can take 3 months to over a year), they then go to the states to wonderful rescues* and then they find who they are meant to love forever and are adopted.
We also have the goal of putting a dent in the massive tick problem in Tijuana by supplying meds to the street dogs. The chew lasts 3 months and kills ticks (which cause severe conditions that can kill a dog), fleas, and mange mites (mange is a big problem leading to infection).
We supply food to the street dogs, plus, to the people in need of assistance with their beloved pets. Sponsoring more spay/neuter clinics and step by step changing attitudes about dogs and cats is on our list of goals, as well. They are family members, not 'just an animal'. They are Professors of Love.
Compassion has no border.
We can not do this without your help. Teamwork! Together we can cause create comfort and ease hearts, souls and the bodies of those who need it most.
*Some of the kind rescues we partner with and who we admire:
Cool Cats Rescue
Family Dogs New Life Shelter
Furballs Furever Rescue
Hand in Paw
Hope Ranch Animal Sanctuary
Oregon Dachshund Rescue
Oregon Dog Resuce
The Animal Pad
Dachshunds and Friends
Dachshunds Paws and Pals
Dachshund Rescue and Placement
No Dog Left Behind Minnesota Canine Rescue
Rory to the Rescue
Wags and Walks
Prof. Clover, neglected, ignored at an open market
He deserves all the luck of a 4-leaf clover, hence his name.
Prof. Wilbur, tossed in a sewer/channel
On July 15, 2018, word was that a dog was in the sewer in Tijuana.