Project UnderDog Rescue

January 2024

Project Underdog Rescue is a small but mighty community-based, not for profit, animal welfare charity established in 2015 and founded by Fear Free certified veterinary nurse, Eva. “I felt like I could do more for animals who were so often misunderstood and deemed to be too difficult.” - Eva (Founder)


Project Underdog Rescue’s mission is to improve the overall welfare of companion animals in Australia, one animal at a time through rehoming initiatives, outreach programs and education.


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About Project UnderDog Rescue

Their animal rescue program is one of their major initiatives but they do so much more than that now: they operate Melbourne’s first Fear Free Certified mobile vet clinic where they provide specialised care that is tailored towards the needs of anxious pets; they run community outreach programs that support the most vulnerable members of the community by providing critical care to their pets in times of need; they actively advocate for the use of humane and ethical behaviour methods and educate animal guardians on best practice, science-based animal care.

“We take a holistic approach when it comes to animal welfare and hope that through our work we can reduce the number of animals mistreated, neglected, surrendered and unnecessarily euthanised.”