This little dog was rescued after we received a call to find him. He seems to have had a really hard life, maybe he was kept as a guard dog, maybe he was abused before we rescued him, We will never know.
Dogs like this one are at risk of being stolen from butchers in the Dog Meat Trade because they don't put up a fight. The butchers aren't bothered that the dogs are sick or maybe poisoned, in fact they regularly poison healthy dogs in order to catch them.
This dog is safe now but still very sick. He is going to need care at the pet hospital for a while and we really need your help to pay his medical costs as they are rising every day.
We already owe the hospital nearly 13.000 Yuan from an outbreak of Parvovirus in 36 dogs. Only 21 of the affected dogs survived.
If you can help us to pay the hospital costs we would really appreciate it.
Thank you for your continued support.
Our volunteer, Xiaoling, told our founder Du Yufeng about a family of dogs she knew who lived down by the river. Xiaoling has been trying to befriend them but the mother is very scared and it is not surprising....
Xiaoling told Du that the mother dog had been very lucky.
A butcher captured the dog and strung her up, using metal wire around her back leg. He had the knife ready to slaughter her, ready to cut her throat and let her bleed to death. The dog saved her own life with a resounding cries of pain and fear.
Neighbors heard the dog and ran over, begging the butcher to let the mother dog live. After some time the butcher agreed but the wire had cut into the dog's shin as she wriggled upside down, trying to free herself. She eventually lost her back paw. As a result of the dog's ordeal, one of her puppies was born prematurely and died.
Two surviving puppies were born with cataracts and after enticing them, Xiaoling and Du were able to catch them and take them back to the shelter.
Xiaoling will continue to build up the mother dog's trust so that she can catch her too.
Our founder, Du Yufeng saw a little dog in the forest area near to our shelter when she was taking food there. She phoned 2 of our volunteers to help her catch it.When the volunteers arrived, the little dog ran deep into the forest. They had to navigate steep, slippery hillsides full of trees and undergrowth to locate the dog, a little Shih Tzu. Eventually, Du managed to coax the dog to her with food in her pocket and once a leash was in place, they all had a lengthy walk back to Du's car where she was able to be driven home, the dog on her lap 💖
As you may know, Du's health wasn't so good a few months ago and being in her 60th year, this was a physically demanding rescue for her and it took a long time.
Dogs like these cost a lot of money to buy but some people get tired of dogs once they grow out of the 'cute puppy' stage and think nothing of throwing them away!
We know this isn't a lost dog because our shelter is a long way from residential areas. This dog was dumped, abandoned, left - on purpose. Imagine the thoughts he must have had, watching his family drive away and leave him there. Maybe the owner will get a 'new' puppy for Chinese New Year. Then the cycle will continue. . . 😡
We can only assume that an owner dumps their dog near the forest because they think that we will take care of them but many, like this one, are not tied to the shelter gate. Instead, they are left to roam and if they are not found they will eventually starve to death or die from sickness. This dog is very lucky.
You can join our Emergency Rescue Response and help to save the lives of dogs like this one:-
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Our founder went to rescue this starving Chinese Rural Dog, The dog was nothing more than a walking skeleton! With so many people in the city, no one took the time to feed him a mouthful of food every day.
Du put the dog in her car where he never took his eyes off her, seemingly grateful for her help, and took him to the Pet Hospital where Doctor Li immediately came outside to meet her to look at the dog. He had serious anemia and severe dehydration. Doctor Li told Du that the dog needed a blood transfusion is he were to have any chance of surviving. Du rushed to the shelter to get a healthy dog to donate blood. Golden Retriever, Mao Mao was the donor who gave 300ml of blood to help his fellow canine.
Test results showed coccidiosis, an intestinal tract infection. Dogs get this infection by swallowing soil that contains the organisms or by eating other substances in the environment that may contain dog feces. This poor dog was so hungry that he had been eating anything and everything to curb his hunger.
Now, we have to hope he will survive this.
People always ask Du why she rescues dogs when there are poor people who need help.
Du says: "People have hands and feet to earn money to support themselves, and people have human rights. Poor people have the Civil Affairs Bureau of the state in charge to help them but dogs do not have any rights or laws to protect them and these humans continue to maim them so I want to save these poor dogs"
You can donate to help dogs like this here.
Thank you for helping us to help them.
We received a call from workers at a factory about a stray dog who didn't look well.
Volunteers drove to the scene and found a thin Samoyed who looked resigned to stay there for the night. When he saw the volunteers, he wagged his tail but was slow to approach them. Our volunteer offered him a ham sausage he had with him, but the dog didn't seem to have the energy to eat it.
Both of his eyes were sunken and full of dried discharge, his nose was dripping watery discharge and he was twitching. His once beautiful, soft, pure white fur was dirty, matted and smelly.
The volunteers brought him back to our founder, Du Yufeng's home where she took him to the quarantine room and tested him for Canine Distemper Virus and although the test was negative this did not mean he was free of the disease.
Despite intensive care over the next week, he grew steadily weaker and he died in his sleep. He was given a traditional Buddhist funeral.
This poor boy probably had a home some time in his past. He was likely abandoned when this horrible disease took hold, his owners unwilling to take him to a vet.
There are so many abandonments,
so many abused,
so many dying,
so many to rescue.
We cannot continue to do this without your help.
With no government funding, we rely on kind people like you to donate towards veterinary medicines and treatments. You can join our Emergency Rescue Response by choosing a small monthly amount; helping us to help them.
Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, received an urgent call from the owner of a noodle restaurant who asked her to rescue a dog who was being harassed.
An old woman who had been walking past the restaurant had seen this stray dog who was lying outside. The old woman tried to push the dog away, calling him nasty names and shouting.
The dog stayed where he was so the woman picked up a brick and threw it hard at the dog's head causing it to bleed.
The restaurant owner shouted at her: "The dog was just lying there and didn't move, not harming anyone. Why did you hit him?"
"It's a big dog, what if it bit me?!" the old woman yelled back.
Du brought the dog back to our shelter where his wound was tended to, he was vaccinated and then given a meal to fill his hungry belly. His coat is full of knots and dirt but he is very gentle and trusting despite what happened to him.
This dog has been neglected for some time. He isn't a young dog but his age and size mean he will likely stay in our shelter for the rest of his life. He deserves a warm fireplace where he can dream happy dreams, a soft, cosy bed to support his tired body and this means an overseas adoption is probably his only chance to live his twilight years in a forever home.
Our founder received a message from a concerned animal lover telling her that they had seen a post on Wechat about a Beagle puppy whose owner had thrown the puppy from the road part of Jialing River Bridge down on to the footpath part below.
The animal lover did not know when the owner had done that but he had gone to find the puppy to give her food and water. When he found the pup he messaged Du straight away.
By the time Du arrived at the scene the puppy was in a bad way, severely dehydrated and freezing to touch and not really interested in her surroundings. Du rushed the pup to the pet hospital but by the time they arrived there, the puppy was barely alive. Unfortunately she died shortly after. Doctor Li tested her for Canine Parvovirus and she tested positive.
We don't know if the owner knew this and decided to try and kill the puppy rather than take her to a vet but there is no excuse for this. Vaccination and education are needed so much in China. It's such a shame that this puppy died through ignorance and cruelty.
This little girl's life was worth so much more than the suffering she endured. Du gave her a traditional Buddhist burial.
Every year on 4th October is World Animal Day.
This year, our founder, Du Yufeng, joined her daughter and grandson in Xi'an. Du's daughter has followed in her mother's footsteps, rescuing animals. Her 3 dogs; 2 Labradors and a Pomeranian have been rescued from the pound and from the streets. They were all treated to a day out to celebrate the love that animals can give back to us on the day that they are celebrated.
This resort is a place where dogs can play and swim. Owners can stay with the dogs or they can leave them to enjoy the facilities similar to doggy day care. The resort also boards dogs when their owners go on holiday.
We hope you all celebrate World Animal Day and every day by doing lovely things with your furry children and showing them just how lucky and precious they are.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, received an emergency message, telling her that there was a dog who had been hit by a car near the bus stop.
Du was at the hospital for treatment so she sent a message on social media asking for kind people in the area to take the dog to the pet hospital and the cost of any treatment would be put on to our account there.
She received another message later from someone telling her that the dog had died and they had moved the dog to the side of the road.
Du was extremely sad because if the dog had been taken to the pet hospital earlier, maybe she would have lived?
This poor dog had a hard life. Most of her fur had fallen out, her skin was crusty with mange. She had been living on the streets for a long time with no one to care about her wellbeing.
All Du could do was to help her reach the Western Paradise as soon as possible. Du chanted prayers and then afterwards the dog was buried.
Many dogs live on the streets. Thrown out like trash for one reason or another. Lots are rescued, treated for diseases and infections and given a safe place in our shelter.
You make that possible! YOU help to feed those lucky ones, you help to treat their wounds and vaccinate them. You help them to have faith again in human beings.
Thank you for your continued support.
This poor Samoyed was found by our founder, Du Yufeng and one of our volunteers, Yang Dong, as they were on the road to the shelter to give some of the dogs a second shot of vaccine. Yang Dong went on to the shelter to ask the workers to bring scissors to cut the cable, tied tightly around the Samoyed's neck. As she had pulled to try and get away, the cable had dug tightly in to her neck.
The Samoyed had patches of her fur hanging off because of a skin disease. She was very smelly but Yang Dong was not afraid to get dirty. Instead, he immediately started clipping her remaining fur off before washing her several times outside the shelter with a few barrels of hot water and medicated soap brought out by the workers.
Even after several changes of water the smell was still bad.
Du thinks the dog has been a mother at some point which means the owners likely dumped her and kept the puppies to sell for profit. At least now she will get the treatment she desperately needs.
You can help her by donating. Thank you for your continued support.
These kittens were abandoned in the apartment block owned and lived in by our founder, Du Yufeng. Old, sick and disabled dogs and all the cats are housed in this block and local people know that if they abandon animals here they will be cared for. While we know that this is better than the kittens being left in the streets, killed or sold to the butcher, abandonments put a strain on resources. The kittens seem healthy enough and will be available for adoption overseas in a few months.
Unfortunately, cats are not as popular as dogs in adoption queries. We also have cats rescued from Yulin last year who are still waiting to find their forever homes. If you can give one of our cats a forever home in America or Canada please complete our application form.
Alternatively if you know a cat rescue in your country who could help, please contact us with their details.
To help look after these kittens, until they are adopted, you can donate towards their vaccinations, deflea and deworming preparations and eventually their neutering.
Thank you for your support 🐱
Our founder, Du Yufeng received a call telling her that some puppies in a cardboard box were near the pet market in Upper River Street.
When Du asked the stall holders if they knew what the puppies were doing there, one of them said they had been there since yesterday! When there had been a rain storm! If the puppies hadn't cried for help, the caller wouldn't have heard them.
The puppies were riddled with fleas. Puppies this young can easily die because of fleas so Du immediately got to work to kill as many as she could before she took them back to the car.
Once back at Du's house they were treated to kill developing fleas and eggs and they were also wormed.
These puppies will be available for adoption overseas when they are old enough. If you are interested in giving them a forever home, please contact us with the name of your nearest international airport.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, heard barking coming from outside her apartment block. She went down to see where the barking was coming from and found this gorgeous Golden Retriever. Someone had tied him to a post and left him!
Stray dog rescue will never keep up with breeding and discarding! The City pound will never empty of stray dogs because it will never keep up with pet breeding and discarding either! Because the government does not advocate mandatory sterilization, the root problem of stray dogs will always exist!
These dogs need your help to be adopted. Please share to groups and rescues in United States, Canada and Europe.
Thank you for your support.
The heavy rains in Sichuan Province have led to flooding in our city of Guangyuan. Our shelter is the latest victim. Some of the kennels have been flooded, causing panic amongst some of the dogs. Those dogs were quickly moved out of the worst hit kennels and put in to kennels that are dry. A few of the dogs thought it was play time, having fun in the water.
There has been loss of food as it perished in the water and some of the dog beds have been ruined but it could have been a lot worse. Thankfully all the dogs are ok. Most of the water has now been removed from the affected kennels.
The main thing now is to fix the shelter's storm water tower and the broken water pipe leading to the shelter.
Your donations help greatly with emergencies like this. Thank you for your support.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, received a call from a lady telling her that someone had taken a small black dog into Yonglong Supermarket and left it there. She told Du that the security guard drove the dog out of the shop and tied him to a fire hydrant outside.
No one came back for the dog from morning till the afternoon. If it wasn’t for the lady who saw the dog tied up, who knows what would have happened to it?
Du took the puppy back to her apartment block where he was vaccinated and given a good meal.
Irresponsible breeders and owners are responsible for the tragic fate of stray dogs.
All dogs want is for someone to give them a home and love them forever. Is it too much to ask?
We had a call from animal lovers in Dashi Town about this poor Husky. According to some of the residents, the Husky had been homeless for a long time and was often badly beaten when she was forced to satisfy her hunger by searching in dustbins for food! They said that some people even threw boiling water at her or hit her with sticks!
Our founder, Du Yufeng, took the Husky back to our shelter. She was as thin as a bone! This is a mother who has given birth! Starving herself but searching for food to feed her puppies! We searched around the area but found no puppies. Our volunteers went out the next day and the next. Maybe the puppies succumbed to the evil people who tried to keep their mother away...
Every day someone throws a dog out like it is rubbish and every day someone calls us to save it. The burden on the shelter is getting heavier. One day we will have to turn them away because adoptions aren't coming in quick enough.
If you really love your pets, please sterilize them. This girl will be sterilized when she is back to normal health. You can help us sterilize more dogs by donating here. If you prefer you could sponsoring our work every month with a small amount here.
If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs (or cats), please read our Adoption Policy then contact us.
Thank you for your support.
Some Middle School students rang our founder, Du Yufeng, telling her that there was a stray dog with a 'rotten body' hanging around the dining hall of their school.
Du immediately drove to the school and found a Poodle next to the dining hall door. Some of the students told Du that the dog had been wandering for a long time. As he sat scratching his very itchy body, it was clear that he was suffering from a skin disease.
When Du approached him, he ran off- scared. Du followed him for a long time until kind hearted people at the market helped her to catch him.
Du took him home and gave him a meal and drink then shaved off his remaining matted, smelly fur so that his skin could be treated. He slept well after that.
This poor boy has been abandoned through lack of animal welfare education. Your donations help us to take our education events into our community and further afield.
You can see some of our education events here.
Thank you for helping us to help them.
This young dog was abandoned at the back of Dongba Telecommunications. When we rescued him, the people around the area said that he had been there for about ten days. He was fed by kind people but the last few days he was not interested in food, he had a fever, his eyes were watery and red and he was dribbling from his mouth. Our founder, Du Yufeng and one of our volunteers, Xiao Zhang, went to rescue the dog and take him to the Pet Hospital for examination. His high temperature and symptoms pointed to Canine Distemper.
One week after the dog was rescued, his high temperature has disappeared and his appetite has returned. At the moment he won't eat anything other than ham sausages but if they can give him a full belly, we can add vitamins to them undetected.
He is being given medicines, antibiotics and painkillers and we are hopeful that he will start to feel better soon.
We received a call about a Border Collie who was led opposite Hongda Bus Station. We appealed for an animal lover to take the Collie to the pet hospital. Our appeal was answered and our founder, Du Yufeng, met the rescuer there. The Collie had a discharge from his nose and a fever and while at the pet hospital he had a seizure. Swabs from his mouth and nose were taken and he had his blood drawn to test.The Doctor checked the results and the dog showed a positive test for canine parvovirus. The Doctor also thought some of the symptoms the dog was displaying were from poisoning. The Collie was given antibiotics, probiotics, vitamins, fluids and antibodies. He is on the road to recovery.
Your donations help emergency rescues like this one. They help to pay vet bills and buy the medicines needed to continue treatment back at the shelter. Thank you for your continued support.
UPDATE:- Our founder, Du Yufeng, has been busy every night, staying awake until past 3am to nurse the Border Collie who was rescued, suffering from Canine Parvovirus and suspected poisoning. Du took the Collie to the Pet Hospital for albumin and blood transfusions because he was weak and anaemic. She has also been giving him probiotic yogurt to encourage the friendly bacteria in his gut to multiply and because it has been such a long time since he had anything substantial to eat. He is very thin underneath his long coat. His recovery is getting better every day now. Even though he is still weak he is a fighter.
The Border Collie, rescued and suffering from Canine Parvovirus and suspected poisoning is recovering really well.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, is still tending to him throughout the night but he is now interested in his surroundings and is sitting and standing on his own. He is eating on his own too so no more syringe feeding. Parvo is a painful virus so he is being given painkillers on top of the other medicines and fluids throughout the day and night and he looks forward to his probiotic yogurts every day.
He still has a way to go: his weight needs building up but he is getting better.
Thank you for all your shares and donations to help this little one. They are very much appreciated.
On March 29, we received a call for help about a cat that had been run over by a car. He had been dragging himself around for several days. The cat was skinny as a bone but was still strong enough to call for help when he saw a passer-by! The people who come and go in the neighbourhood turned a blind eye, and let him drag the lower half of his body to look for food everywhere in the community to fill his hunger. No one besides the person who rang us to help even gave him a second glance. Volunteers Yao Yao and Zhang Xuemei rushed to the area to save the cat and take it to Doctor Li's Pet Hospital. Everyone in the room said in unison to euthanaise him. Our founder, Du Yufeng, has brought many car accident dogs to his surgery and once recovered they go on to enjoy happy lives. She really couldn't bear to see the cat, who has suffered so much and so painfully to survive, be put to sleep when she knew there was hope! In spite of the condemnation she received, she asked Doctor Li to save the cat. Dr. Lee cleaned him up and cut away the rotting flesh and hair until only living, pink flesh remained. He gave him anti inflammatories, painkillers and antibiotics and after a day in the surgery he was sent home to Ms Du's house. His wounds were to be healed with the open wound healing method but 2 and a half weeks later they became infected. He was taken back to Doctor Li's surgery to, again, clean out the wounds and this time with some skin regrowth, the wounds could be stitched. The cat was sterilized at the same time. He is recovering at Du's home. Maybe one day he will enjoy the warm sun on his back with a full belly in a home where someone adopts him.
We received a call asking us to help a sick mother dog with 4 puppies near the garbage bin at Qiaozhuang Shangpin Kindergarten in Qingchuan County.
People familiar with the matter said: "When the mother dog was giving birth to the puppies, she went to someone's house and gave birth to a puppy on their doorstep. A vicious man hurt the dog and threw the puppy in to the garbage heap. The mother dog could not stand, she has been screaming and trembling in pain"
The dog urgently needed help. She had given birth to another 5 puppies. Qingchuan has NO Pet Hospital so our founder, Du Yufeng, gave a shout out to our followers on Chinese social media, asking if someone could bring the dog and puppies to us and we would pay the vet bills. Thanks to 2 concerned animal lovers, who answered our request!: teacher, Wang Xiaoming who tried to look after the dog and her puppies until help arrived and Shun Fengshun who drove the dog and her puppies nearly 100km from Qingchuan County to Guangyuan Pet Hospital!
When they got to our Pet Hospital in Guangyuan, Doctor Li immediately started to check on the mother dog to stop her unbearable pain.
Our volunteer Yao Yao rushed to the Pet Hospital to help take care of the mother dog and reassure her.
The dog had a fever and she was in shock. Doctor Li gave her an IV calcium infusion and painkillers. Her puppies were given bottle feeds while their mother recovers. Doctor Li will continue to check on them.
Please donate to help emergencies like this one. Without your help, dogs like this mother and her babies may not have survived.
Thank you for your support.
The little dog that was rescued when an evil man hurt her after she gave birth to one of her puppies on his doorstep in Qingchuan County is recovering well. She is at Doctor Li's pet hospital having regular physiotherapy and infusions but happy news; she has started walking again! Her walking is slow but she is getting there, a little better every day. She also has a new name. Qiao Qiao 💖
Sadly, Qiao Qiao only has 3 puppies left, all boys, and they are doing well too.
We will update you again soon but we would like to thank you for donating to help Qiao Qiao and her babies. They may be in hospital for another week, depending how well Qiao Qiao's walking progresses, then they will go to our founder, Du Yufeng's home.
Qiao Qiao and her puppies are now living at our founder Du Yufeng's home!
She has been doing really well and her walking is almost back to normal. Although only 3 of her puppies survived, they are home with her. Qiao Qiao is a good mother and once she is back to full health they will all be moved to the nursery area of the shelter.
In time, Qiao Qiao and her babies, all sons, will be available for adoption. We would love to see them all find forever homes full of love. If you would be interested, please get in touch.
Thanks to everyone who donated towards the cost of Qiao Qiao's treatment. We are really thankful that there are supporters from around the world who care so much about animals in China.
Our founder Du Yufeng received a call from a student at the middle school telling her that a little pregnant dog that wandered around the campus area looking for food had been hit by a car and had miscarried a foetus near to the school. Du arrived to help the dog and asked the security guard whose dog it was. The guard told her that the dog gives birth every year. He told Du that he had never seen a master come to find her.
One of the students had put the dog near to the door of the conference building outside the school and covered her with a blanket to keep her warm.
Du took the dog to Doctor Li who checked the dog over. The little dog had some contractions while at the hospital and passed the afterbirth and other foetuses. With no more puppies inside her she was discharged although her abdomen was swollen so she has been prescribed a course of antibiotics to clear any infection.
Once home, Du cleaned the dog's back end and shaved off the blood stained fur so that it's easier for Du to clean the blood away and less stressful for the dog who will continue to bleed for a little while and will be monitored closely.
Du has also given her painkillers and attached her to an intravenous drip to get fluids in to her.
It seems there are too many car drivers who aren't looking where they are going, who just drive into dogs and cats and don't care that they are left behind sick, injured or worse!
This little dog will now get better and once her condition is stable she will be spayed.
Your donations help us to help dogs like this one, to buy essential medicines, to pay vet bills and spay and neuter dogs and cats. Even $1, £1, €1 etc helps.
Thank you for your support.
This little dog was saved from slaughter when a kind lady heard his screams. The lady, in Chengdu, bought the dog and appealed on Chinese social media for our help to take him to our shelter.
Our volunteer Xiao Xie, and his wife, drove the 3 hour journey from Guangyuan to Chengdu to meet the rescuer and the dog.
Xiao Xie asked "He is so good, how can you kill him?" The dog owner replied "This dog does not bite people, it is too docile to be a guard dog! I threw it away a few times and it came back so we had to kill it!" (The dog's owner had taken him to a hilltop and left him there a few times only for the dog to make his way back home. The owner could not get rid of the dog that way so had decided to kill him and sell the meat for the Chinese New Year celebration!).
Disgusted with the owner's answer, Xiao Xie and his wife put the dog in their car and made the journey back to Guangyuan. It was evening by the time they returned so they took the dog to their house for something to eat and then took him to our shelter the morning after.
The dog probably wonders why his owner did not want him, why he wanted to hurt him. He has not had a great start in life and is such a sweet little boy. It's hard to believe that he could have ended up on someone's plate.
He would make someone a wonderful companion and will be available for adoption soon.
See other Dog Meat Trade rescues here.
Mr Wang, from the bank in Guangyuan, made time out of his busy work schedule to visit our shelter and to meet the animals He also brought 100 pounds of rice, 7 pounds of pork and some treats.
The dogs are always happy to see visitors so they greeted Mr Wang with welcome barks and waggy tails.
Mr Wang says that the problem of stray dogs in China is a social problem. He hopes that all sectors of society can pay attention to and participate in responsible ownership with the sterilization of pets and the welfare aspect; not abandoning the pet when it is ill or simply grown up!
Mr Wang's intention is to spread the word about animal welfare and responsibility. Education is key to change. Thank you Mr Wang for your support!
See some of our education events here.
Yesterday we told you about Mr Wang from the bank in Guangyuan and how he came to our shelter with food for the animals and was spreading the message about responsible pet ownership and animal welfare and protection. He is definitely leading by example! He has now insisted on sending meat and steamed bread to our shelter to feed our furry children every day!
Mr Wang is also going to spend his spare time at the meat market to promote the idea that stray animals are a social problem and that ending the tragic fate of stray dogs is not something that any one person can accomplish. It needs the efforts of all of us. When more people help these stray dogs and listen to educators like Mr Wang, more stray dogs in Guangyuan could have a home.
His propaganda at the meat market inspired everyone and the owners of the stalls donated meat, bones and scraps to our shelter to feed the dogs and cats.
Thank you again Mr Wang and thanks to the stall owners for your donations of food for the animals!
Mr Wang, the manager from the bank in Guangyuan, is becoming a firm friend of Bo Ai shelter. Yesterday he, and a volunteer called Yao Yao, worked from day until night, giving baths, skin treatments and haircuts to our sick and disabled dogs.
The dogs loved having the 2 animal loving visitors give them soothing baths and were on their best behaviour for Mr Wang and Yao Yao.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, has not been well this past week. In the days during the week she has been going to a hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine having accupuncture and infusions of anti inflammatories and analgesics because of a herniated lumbar disc causing sciatic pain.
Mr Wang's and Yao Yao's help has come at just the right time. Thank you to you both for your hard work helping our dogs!
This little dog was rescued by our volunteer Yang after we received a call. Yang brought the dog back to our founder Du Yufeng's apartment block to be treated. His wound was flushed with antiseptic solution and he was given antibiotics and painkillers.
Our shelter is fast becoming a disabled dog club. Most of the disabled dogs, like this one, are small and will make great companions. They won't stand a chance to be adopted in China. It's such a shame that they are being overlooked because people see them as different. They still want a home of their own, someone to love and love them back. Can you help one of our little cuties? Please consider adopting one of our disabled dogs. You are their only chance.
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