No. West Nomad is not a non-profit entity. We are a purpose-driven firm founded to help put an end to animal homelessness and abuse. West Nomad is different from many of the existing animal-rescue-focused entities. We opted to hire flight parents as well as other local employees to assist us full-time. This way we will be able to make a huge impact on the animal homelessness and abuse problem. We needed a way to pay our workers, which is the reason behind our business model. In the beginning, we did not know much about grant writing or requesting donations. We only followed successful brands that grew at a quicker pace and built a huge following. We thought we could adapt their style to pay our workers, and fund our animal rescues and sanctuaries around the world. We also speak against animal abuse.
West Nomad always looks for the most impactful regions in the world in which they can help. We have created a dedicated finance division designed to look for areas where we can truly make a difference.
We process orders within 2 to 3 business days and ship them out every weekday at 4 pm EST, excluding holidays. All orders placed after 4 pm EST on Friday are usually processed and shipped on the next working day. It takes up to 18 days to receive your purchases. If you have made any changes to your order, send an email to customer service at email@example.com immediately. Your order cannot be changed once your package has been shipped.
West Nomad offers a 90-day return policy which begins from the day the product was acquired. Simply use the return label sent with your order to ship the product back. After this, we will refund your money. Note that refunds can take about 30 days to reflect on your credit card.
When a product on sale is out of stock, we will check our inventory for the closest replacement. If it is available we will use it to complete your order. All product alternatives that cost higher than the original products are charged at the same rate.
Dogs in Brazil is a street dog rescue program that is focused on hard-luck cases, as well as healing and rehabilitation. We find homes with loving families worldwide for the rescued animals. Our rescues would have died if not for our swift intervention. As of 2019, the scope of our rescue operations has expanded to cats, cattle, and horses. Since 2001 our founders, Jan and Carlos Cabral have been rescuing Brazilian street dogs with their own money. Dogs In Brazil came into existence after the 2011 Rio de Janeiro mudslides that were catastrophic. At the time the region was devastated and many animals & humans lost their livelihood. In the present day, Dogs In Brazil is supported by donations from supporters around the globe. These supporters share the organization's ideals that all lives are worth saving.
Playa Animal Rescue is a registered non-profit organization created to raise funds for a no-kill animal shelter in Mexico, Playa del Carmen. Playa Animal Rescue is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured and/or abandoned dogs. After which we find permanent loving homes for these dogs. We only promote responsible pet ownership under our community outreach and education program. We also promote the spaying and neutering of pets.
The Soi Dog Foundation was created in Phuket, Thailand in 2003. The organization was created to help street dogs and cats. More than 70,000 stray pets roamed the island. The numbers have grown alarmingly as a result of a lack of spay and neuter programs for population control. Soi Dog provides a humane and sustainable solution to managing stray pets. They also take care of their medical needs. Funding is done entirely by individuals via voluntary donations. These individuals share the vision of Soi Dog's founders. Soi Dog's work with stray animals includes spaying and neutering. We also handle vaccination, and offer medical treatment, sheltering, as well as the adoption of pets.
Homeless stray pets in Egypt particularly cats and dogs have a hard life when it comes to finding peace, water, and food. On top of this, it isn't unusual for these animals to suffer abuse, torture, inhumane killing, and illness. They are usually overworked, poorly fed, and lack medical care. Our team is committed to reducing this suffering by conducting the rescue, rehabilitation, sanctuary, medical care, re-homing, sterilizations, and education of these stray pets. Your support and donations will help us meet our goals. We will be able to continue improving the condition of the life of Dahabs Homeless Street Dogs.
Operación Amor se creó en 2011 como un esfuerzo conjunto de las comunidades de mexicanos y expatriados para abordar la enorme necesidad de cirugías de esterilización / castración gratuitas para perros y gatos de personas de recursos limitados. Hasta la fecha, Operación Amor ha realizado 25 campañas principalmente en el municipio de Chapala, en pueblos grandes y pequeños. Se han esterilizado un total de 3.797 animales.
UAR is group of animal protectors and volunteers from different countries united by one mission saving animals in Brazil who are in need and we invite more like-minded individuals to join the mission and protect those that cannot protect themselves.
Bruno Project is the project of finding foreign homes for homeless dogs from St Lucia.The Bruno Project is a cooperative effort between what started with only two volunteers after a chance meeting of a starving dog on the island of St Lucia in the Caribbean. Bruno was 39 lbs and dying slowly of hunger living by a restaurant just outside Castries. Vanessa was staying in a near by guest suite. The night before leaving St Lucia, Vanessa encountered Bruno, fed him her leftovers and bought him a second meal. She then came back to the guest house host, Doris, begging her to go feed Bruno daily and she would send her money to take care of the cost.A few weeks later, Don, Doris' husband brought Bruno to the vet. Turns out he was suffering from Tic Fever, mange, and a few other ailments that required medication twice daily. Putting him back out on the street would make it impossible to treat the poor boy, so Don brought him home and introduced him to their current pack of three dogs. The goal at this point was to get him healthy and ship him to Canada and have Vanessa find him a home.Due to a heat embargo preventing crates of dogs travelling on Canadian airlines, he would have to wait until November 1st. This got Doris and Vanessa talking about sending other smaller dogs that could travel in-cabin at that time of year. The first dog, named Lucia was shipped on May 16, 2016, thus the start of the Bruno Project. As of end August 2017 when this page was created, there was a total of 88 dogs in loving Canadian homes and 1 in England that were all sent through the Bruno Project.Bruno is currently 67 lbs and has become a permanent feature in Don and Doris' home. He is part of the family and he is not going anywhere.The St Lucian Potcake community has grown and is a tight community of families that love their dogs greatly. They form part of a facebook group and they attend reunions yearly.