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Philippines. Dogs for Adoption. Philippine Animal Welfare Society.







For those of you in the Philippines, here are three dogs available for adoption. They are currently with the Philippine Animal Welfare Society , and they are ready to go. You can contact them by clicking on the link provided above. The dog with brindled fur is Hiyas. She's a survivor from the dog meat trade, rescued from the jaws of death. I feel that her sweetness just reaches out to you through the photo. The second dog is Jackie. She was rescued from a parking lot with almost no fur on her at the time, exposed to sun and rain and no food. A tough dog, indeed. People are heartless, aren't they? The third one is Missy. She came from a home, but domestic problems forced her out of it. Doesn't that sound very familiar? There are so many scenarios wherein an animal is the ultimate victim. Pick up the phone and schedule a meeting. You can also email PAWS at philpaws@yahoo.com These dogs need a loving, forever home. Keep in mind that there are many more dogs at PAWS who could be your partner for life.

Comments

jean said…
i have a dog,named shiro.. he has breed but i forgot.. uhm.. i wanted to give it to philippine animal welfare society because i don't what's with him.. he has sick for almost 1 month.. i don't know what to do.. please adopt him..
Chessbuff said…
Jean,

Responsible pet ownership involves taking your pet to the vet for regular checkups and for help when they are ill. An animal shelter is not the answer to a pet's illness. Take your pet to the vet as soon as possible. You've wasted a whole month. Your dog needs medical attention from a vet. An animal shelter provides a refuge to abused animals, but the welfare of a pet lies squarely on the human. Take your dog to the vet now.
Anonymous said…
i want to adopt Missy
Anonymous said…
can i adopt missy?^_^
Chessbuff said…
Paws' website is at http://www.paws.org.ph/site/1/default.aspx
Camlloo said…
i think that people nowadays should really be aware of the advantages of animals.and i would like it if people would think before they buy a pet whether they can care for it or not,so that we can create an animal friendly environment starting right now.

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