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Posted by MarkJack-951545
Created: 5 years ago

Hi. We are planning to relocate to Shanghai and  the company I work for will look after everything including relocating our dogs. I have a big Springer Spaniel and a Jack Russell and both of them are used to long gallops through forests and along rivers. In short - they're not really collar and lead dogs. What is the dog owning culture like in Shanghai and will I be able to fing space to let them run free? Any though...

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Posted by rolandfei
Created: 5 years ago

Name: TigerAge: 1 year oldGender: MaleHealth: Treated for fleas and worms, vaccinated and neutered. His Story: Tiger used to live in a small store on the street. His former owner tied him and didn’t give him enough food in order to force him to catch rats. Then, the store was closed and the owner abandoned Tiger in there. Fortunately, the rescuer found him and saved him. Although Tiger has been abused and neglected ...

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Posted by rolandfei
Created: 5 years ago

Emergency guideline for a lost pet (1) Do not waste any time, call PPAR and other animal rescue groups to let us know about the situation of your lost pet, and begin your search as soon as you notice that your companion animal is missing. (2) Try to find the local police contact for your residential area. It is always possible that the police may have been picked up your animal and placed it in the local government...

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Posted by rolandfei
Created: 5 years ago

How to tell if that rescue animal is "The One for You"? The hardest part about adopting a new rescue cat/dog is knowing whether they are “the one for you”.If you have ever been to an animal shelter, then you will know that when all eyes are on you, knowing who to take home is quite the conundrum.If your head is spinning over who is the right rescued pet for you, then check out the following tips to help you decide: ...

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Posted by rolandfei
Created: 5 years ago

On the internet you can find several rescue guidelines from different animal rescue volunteers around the world but, unfortunately, there is no single standard for these guidelines. Hereafter, this article explores the issue based on the experience of several rescuers and foster parents that have faced this situation while living in China. The first thing that you must keep in mind when you find one or several kitte...

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Posted by rolandfei
Created: 5 years ago

Best Friends China and Paw Pals Animal Rescue are non-profit organisation dedicated to saving stray cats and dogs. Currently, their animal shelter has some cats and dogs who need a new home and some friends. They have been de-wormed and treated well - medical records available for reference. Why spend money buying a pet, where you can adopt and give a new happy life to a homeless pet. Visit their website to know mor...

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Posted by rolandfei
Created: 5 years ago

English speaking vets are listed here in AngloINFO Shanghai Directory. Search for them http://shanghai.angloinfo.com/af/243/shanghai-dogs-cats-pets-and-animals.html ...

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Posted by Shirley D
Created: 6 years ago - Last reply: 1 year ago

Hi, I am moving soon to Shanghai and I want to bring my dog, a Golden retriever. I know there is a quarantaine if arriving in Shanghai and I am worried about it. I have been told there is no quarantaine if we land in Guanghzou but then domestic airlines are scary. Then I plan to land there and have a road trip to Shanghai. Does anyone have any experience about it or about Shanghai quarantaine ? Thank you  in advan...

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Posted by Bell Hill
Created: 6 years ago - Last reply: 1 year ago

Hello, I have to leave for 2 weeks Shanghai, where can I put my dog, thank you for your advice. I normally don´t like to leave my dog somewhere, but this time I have to do it. Thank you.  ...

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Posted by Allen T
Created: 6 years ago - Last reply: 1 year ago

I'm looking for a good, English-speaking vet for my puppy. Jing'an Temple area preferred. Thanks! ...

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