Who We Are
One Dog at a Time (ODAAT) is a foster based dog rescue group based in Grand Cayman which started its work towards the end of 2013 when we realized the extent of the pet overpopulation in The Cayman Islands. We gained our non-profit status in 2017. All of our board members bring different skills and interests to the table with the one thing we have in common being our desire to rescue and rehome unwanted dogs and puppies.
What We Do
We rescue unwanted dogs and puppies from the streets and from the Department Of Agriculture pound. At DOA pound dogs that are found on the streets or surrendered by their owners are at risk of euthanasia. We raise funds through our fundraising events and donations to cover the costs of vetting the dogs, spaying and neutering them and treating for heartworm or other issues such as ringworm (when needed). Our funds also pay for collars and leashes, dog crates, dog bowls, poop bags and other items needed as well as covering the costs of food and Heartgard whilst in foster homes. The funds raised also pay for dogs to be flown to our rescue partners in New York and Toronto. We work with other rescue groups in Cayman most commonly Cayman Islands Humane Society taking dogs from to fly off island. Currently, we rescue and rehome between 10 and 20 dogs a month and on average have 10-15 on our books at any one time. We need to raise at least $4000 each month to cover these costs and have some wonderful community partners who work with us to help us raise these funds.