devoted to helping homeless dogs in urgent need of medical help by paying for that vital care (focusing in MX).


For those dogs in severe need of medical help, the At-Choo Foundation’s goal is to cover the costs for that medical care. We also have the goal of putting a dent in the massive tick problem in Tijuana by supplying Bravecto. That 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 and leads to infection). We also supply food to the street dogs, plus also to the people in need of assistance with their beloved pets. We also are working on sponsoring more spay/neuter clinics.

The goal is to help where it is most needed and right now, we are focusing on the street dogs in Mexico (specifically, Tijuana and Mexicali). Compassion has no border.

We can not do this without your help. Together we can cause miracles and ease hearts, souls and the bodies of those who need it most.

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. 

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Prof. Banzai, now
Prof. Mister Rogers

On the verge of flying to Heaven, he was seen. Just in time.

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