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It’s all about the animals this weekend. The Cayman Islands Humane Society and One Dog At A Time are holding events designed to boost their...
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More than 20 families took part in the recent Cookies for a Cause, where they decorated freshly baked cookies to raise funds for animal charity One Dog at a Time.
Local animal charities say they are concerned that there could be an increase in pets being abandoned as more work-permit holders depart the Cayman Islands.
Cayman steps up to help Humane Society and One Dog at a Time as they were faced with challenges in caring for and exercising the animals under their charge.
Pet owners and dog walkers brought along their canine friends to take part in the second annual Dog Jog at Safehaven Drive on Sunday morning to raise funds for animal charity One Dog At A Time.
Two primary students from Cayman Prep and High School spent some of their summer vacation raising money for charity One Dog at a Time.
A local student recently donated her birthday money to local charity, One Dog at a Time.
It seems that two organisations will be vying for participants this Saturday when the Cayman Drama Society and One Dog At A Time host their respective murder mystery nights.
One Dog At A Time held the latest of its twice-a-year sailing boat fundraisers at the weekend.
Last year, DoA impounded 388 dogs, according to records reviewed by the Compass. That is more than a dog per day – far too many for our little island.
Appleby (Cayman) Ltd. announced seven organisations that were selected as beneficiaries at the firm’s 2019 Charity Day.
One Dog At A Time held its annual Rum Tails event Saturday to raise money for the canine charity. Dozens of dogs, many of them rescue dogs, and their owners showed up for the fun, family-friendly fundraiser at Cayman Spirits Company.
Attention, all dog lovers: It is time for the Fourth Annual Rum Tails event, in aid of charity group One Dog At A Time.
Animal rescue charity One Dog At A Time has launched its New To You thrift store in George Town.
A tiny terrier found with infected puncture wounds, virtually starved and with painfully matted fur, is on the mend after being rescued by an animal charity.
Pet owners who want to immoralize their dogs or cats by painting a portrait of the animals can get help doing so this weekend.
Animal lovers got to dish over their pets at a One Dog At A Time’s charity fundraiser Friday when they decorated and designed food and water bowls for their pooches and cats.
Wrapped in a garbage bag and left for dead, seven tiny week-old puppies were rescued after being discovered by a workman who stopped to have his lunch at a secluded spot in West Bay.
Cayman’s rescue dogs strutted their talent Saturday afternoon, competing for treats and accolades at the second annual Rum Tails Dog Show.
Charming portraits of pets produced by artists and aspiring artists were the result of a unique fundraiser last month to help support the charity One Dog at a Time. One Dog at a Time is a small welfare organization formed nearly four years ago to rescue dogs and puppies from being euthanized.
Nine-year-old Alex Dailey has surpassed his goal of fundraising for charities in Cayman after cycling with his dad across the U.S. state of Iowa.
If you haven’t signed up for One Dog at a Time’s fundraiser, now is the time to do it.
Animal welfare organization One Dog at a Time has a host of events coming up, including boat trips, painting events, bowling, dog shows, car boot sales and murder mystery nights, as well as raffles and sweepstakes, to help raise money for its animal rescues.
Tails were wagging all around as dogs and their owners gathered recently in George Town to bark up some support for a local dog rescue charity.