Dog Rescue Stories From China

Baling In an effort to look beyond all the news of dog cullings in China these days, and to focus on some really good work that is happening in Beijing, I am posting several stories that have come from our China office. These are stories of dogs that were rescued from life threatening situations but have all recovered, thanks to the dedication and care at the Beijing Human and Animal Environmental Education Center.

Click on one of these names to read their story: Baliang, Banjin, Dollar, Taotao, and Xiaxia

Comments: 5

 
Anonymous
7 years ago

Hi Jennifer,
Yes, IFAW has two offices in Africa, one in East Africa and one in South Africa. Please visit those websites for specific project information.
1. East Africa: http://www.ifaw.org/ifaw/general/default.aspx?oid...
2. South Africa: http://www.ifaw.org/ifaw/general/default.aspx?oid...

 
Anonymous
7 years ago

I want to know that ifaw is visually seen in Africa. I like the info they bring--but are they there??

 
Anonymous
7 years ago

Hi Sharon,
Thanks for giving us a first hand account of you experience with BHAEEC! Keep up your good work too!

 
Anonymous
7 years ago

It is great to hear positive stories of rescued dogs in China. I have read these stories while back in France on holiday but am priviledged to know these dogs personally as I volunteer at this shelter when I live in Beijing..fyi..much easier to post from France than China! Wonderful work is being done at BHAEEC, by Zhang Luping and the volunteers alike. However, the journey towards educating the Chinese about responsible animal husbandry and adopting animals from shelters, is a painfully slow and long one. To all those who persevere in the face of this enormous challenge, to my fellow animal advocates, I have to say a very cheesy well done, keep up the good work...it needs and deserves to be done. Your cause is a noble one! Don't have too much fun in my absence!!!

 
Anonymous
7 years ago

Dog Rescue Stories from China

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