The Jerusalem Elevating Dog Bowl, or “DOG BOWL”, is an Israeli initiative that aims to raise awareness about the importance of vaccinations and preventative healthcare in the Middle East.
It was launched by the Ministry of Health, Education and Culture (MEC), the National Council for Rabbinic Activities and the Rabbinical Council of Israel.
The initiative aims to educate Israeli people about the vaccine importance of vaccination and to encourage people to vaccinate their pets.
The bowls are currently in use in Israeli cities such as Haifa, Ashkelon, Tiberias and Tel Aviv, but there is no data on how many people have been vaccinated.MEC spokesperson Meir Ettinger said the bowls have received an overwhelming response, especially in Haifa and Ashkelons.
“Since we started the initiative in June 2016, the number of people coming to the bowls to get vaccinated has risen by over 500%,” Ettingers told Haaretz.
“We are now seeing even more people coming from the United States, as well as from the UK, Australia and the US, and from all over the world.
“For example, many of our students have been using the bowls during the school holidays, to keep warm and to keep their coats dry. “
And many have taken part in the vaccinations themselves, for example when they went to the hospitals and got the vaccinations. “
For example, many of our students have been using the bowls during the school holidays, to keep warm and to keep their coats dry.
For example, when people get a flu vaccine, they have their pet come to their house to get the vaccine. “
In addition to this, we also have a huge following among people who are not vaccinated.
“At the moment, we have around 4,000 bowls in operation. “
It’s a very large program, but we expect that we will have another 4,500 bowls in the future, and there is still time to increase the numbers.””
At the moment, we have around 4,000 bowls in operation.
It’s a very large program, but we expect that we will have another 4,500 bowls in the future, and there is still time to increase the numbers.”
The bowls are now being used in Ha’aretz, Haifa City, Ashkenaz, Tiferet and Haifa.
A further 350 bowls are planned for Haifa during the summer, while the rest of the city will have one.
In Tel Aviv the bowls will also be used for schools and kindergartens.
According to Ettingering, the goal of the bowls is to educate Israelis about the vaccination and preventive healthcare in order to ensure that we are protected against flu.
“Every person who comes to the shelters is vaccinated against the flu,” he said.
“As a result, they are more likely to come to get vaccines.
In Tiberia, the bowls are also being used to spread the word about vaccinations in the area. “
A lot of our schools and schools have already started using the vaccinated students in the classrooms, and it is an important way to increase immunization rates.”
In Tiberia, the bowls are also being used to spread the word about vaccinations in the area.
In the area around Tel Aviv’s Old City, for instance, they will be used in the playgrounds and the playground of the school, and the bowls can be used by visitors to the area as well.