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Stray Dog Rescue. Dog Rehabilitation. PAWS Philippines.



Chase's story is just one of the many rescue stories that come out of the Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS). The rescue team from PAWS came out on August 22, 2012 to rescue a dog reportedly stranded on an island along a very busy highway. That dog turned out to be lost alright, but the owner was found after some effort. All was well and good until, on closer inspection of the area, the team discovered this dog cowering in fear. That was Chase. 

As you can see from his admission photo, Chase was covered with mange and open wounds. The team took Chase to the Philippine Animal Rehabilitation Center (PARC) where he received immediate attention and treatment. You can see Chase's greatly improved condition in the photos. Chase still has a long way to go until adoption, but he certainly is on his way.

 I am providing pertinent information below for any of you who want to help PAWS help animals like Chase. All amounts, large or small, will be appreciated. 


PAWS BANK ACCOUNTS
Account Name: Philippine Animal Welfare Society

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Swift no. BOPIPHMM
BPI USD Account # 3944-0021-61
BPI PHP Account # 3943-0086-11

Philippine National Bank
Swift no. PNBM PHMM
PHP Account# 072-830174-0

Donors are suggested to fax to PAWS (475-1688) or email supportpaws@paws.org.ph a copy of their validated deposit slip, unless they wish to remain anonymous.

DONATIONS THROUGH CREDIT CARD OR PAYPAL:
http://paws.org.ph/site/540/default.aspx

Comments

Ethel B said…
I am from Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental Philippines. Our city officials are rounding up dogs on the streets and gassing them until they die. Please help us prosecute these officials. They should have launched spay/neuter program. The mayor there is Ruthie Guingona, the wife of Teddy Guingona. It is hard to go against a political powerhouse like this couple.

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