Doggy Details

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Anson

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 8 years

Gender: Male

Weight:27kg/60lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Ignores them

Anson was abandoned by his owner. He has another sibling, Amy, who has come to the US and been adopted. Anson has to stay in Taiwan for his treatment. He has skin issues when we rescued him. He was also very skinny at that time. We are glad that Anson has gained weight and his skin issues have been improved. Now he is doing much better that he was. We think he will be better after he goes to the US because it is drier and it will good for Anson’s skin.

Anson is always calm and gentle. He is a very sweet boy and likes to stay with people all the time. He always waits patiently next to you until he gets some attention. Anson also gets along with dogs well. He may not play with them often, but he is a peace lover. He never fights with dogs. We hope Anson can find his forever home where he can get the love he deserves. He is such an affectionate boy that everyone loves him. Anson is neutered, healthy and up to date on vaccines. He is also chipped.


Belen

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 8-9 years

Gender: Female

Weight:28kg/62lbs

Dogs: Very well

Cats: Not known

Belen was from owner surrender. Her owner adopted her few years ago. However, the owner was not able to provide a good environment for Belen. In addition. The other family members didn’t like dogs at all. Therefore, Belen was chained and lived in a parking lot next to the house. The owner knew it’s not a good way to keep Belen any more. That’s why he decided to surrender Belen to the rescue.

Belen is a sweet and happy girl. She likes her human companions a lot and enjoys staying with them all the time. She is also very affectionate and obedient. Belen gets along with dogs very well. She likes to play with them and will invite dogs to join the play. Since Belen is always calm and gentle, she never fights with dogs. Belen is not a large size golden. She has shorter legs and looks cute with her chubby body. Belen is a great fit for any families with dogs, kids or seniors. We would like to have her lose some weight in the following months so that she can be healthier. Belen is spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.


Doug

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 8-9 years

Gender: Male

Weight:30kg/66lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Not known

Doug was rescued from a local shelter in Taiwan. He looked fine except some minor skin issues when we picked him up. Although Doug is a senior dog, he is still very healthy and active. He likes to play with dogs and enjoys staying with his human companions a lot. He is always happy when you call his name. He will welcome you with his big smile and wagging tail.

Doug is a very sweet and affectionate boy. He gets along with dogs very well and has a great temperament. He always walks away when there is a fight. Doug is always calm and gentle. We think he will be a good match for homes with young kids or seniors. Doug loves to go for walks. We believe his families will lover his personality just like we do. Doug is neutered, healthy and up to date on vaccines.


Eric

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 7-8 years

Gender: Male

Weight:31kg/69lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Not known

Eric is a lucky boy. He got lost five times and returned to his owner every time. Actually, his owner didn’t care if Eric comes back or not. He just let Eric go anywhere he wants freely. Since Eric was reported as a neglected case many times, we decided to step in and persuade the owner to surrender Eric to the rescue. We succeeded after negotiation with the owner. Finally, Eric can come to a safe place and start his journey to a better home.

Eric is a sweet and affectionate boy. Although he was neglected by his owner for a long time, he still loves people and enjoys staying with them all day. Eric is very obedient and is always calm and gentle. He gets along with dogs well. He may not play with them often because he was raised as the only dog and didn’t have chances socializing with other dogs before. We would like to find Eric a forever home when he can get the attention he deserves. Eric is neutered, healthy and up to date on vaccines. He is also chipped.


Gigi

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 8-9 years

Gender: Female

Weight:21kg/46lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Not known

GiGi and YoYo are both rescued from a puppy mill. They are used as breeding females and are bred repeatedly, twice a year, every year. They’re kept in tiny and overcrowded cages for all their life. In addition, those dirty and unsanitary cages are the places GiGi and YoYo make money for their owner. They never receive any affection, exercise or proper veterinary care. The most important of all is they don’t even have a regular meal. It they get a chance to eat, all they have is leftover. Due to long-term malnutrition, both of GiGi and YoYo suffer calcium loss and look older at their age even though they are just 8-9 years old. Over the past years, GiGi and YoYo have very few human contacts. Therefore, they’re terrified when we picked them up. They don’t even dare to look at you and always curl up in the corner. They are panic when hearing noise and meeting people. We understand GiGi and YoYo are extremely stressful because their lives are without humanity at all over the past years. That’s why we take it slowly to get close to both of them and let them take their time to get used of human contact. There is only little progress after they’re rescued. However, we won’t give up. We know GiGi and YoYo deserve a better life because humans owe them too much.

Both GiGi and YoYo are very timid. They don’t even dare to eat in front of people. Most of the time, they will wait and eat until no one is around. At first, we leave food in the bowl and they don’t even touch it. Then we realize that they don’t see dog bowls before. No wonder they don’t know they can eat the food inside it. For the first few weeks after rescued, GiGi and YoYo only eat food that is left on the ground. We keep trying and now we leave food on a tray. They finally learn that it’s OK to eat without leaving food on the ground. Both GiGi and YoYo scared of people in the beginning. They may run away when you try to pet them. However, they will stand still when they know there is no place to hide. Then you can pet them and comfort them at that time.

Both GiGi and YoYo feel more comfortable when staying with dogs. They were severely malnourished when rescued. Therefore, our priority is to feed them up. It takes us few weeks to have some progress feeding both of them. Therefore, we are not able to get the housebroken. We are trying to work on leash training now. However, they are still very scared and can’t follow our instruction.

We know it may not easy to find GiGi and YoYo a forever home very soon due to their age and condition now. However, we believe they will have their own families some day. It’s very sad that GiGi and YoYo suffer a multitude of social, emotional, and physical conditions after living in a puppy mill for all their life. At least, they won’t be discarded after they can no longer produce any puppies. They are now in a safe place and waiting patiently to meet someone who can give them a second chance. Both GiGi and YoYo are spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.


Hooter

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 9-10 years

Gender: Male

Weight:35 kg/77lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Ignores them

Hooter was abandoned by his owner. At this age, it’s not hard to tell why his owner dumped him. What surprised us was Hooter still looked very handsome and healthy when we picked him up. Hooter is a big boy. He may show some anxiety when he is not familiar with the new surroundings in the beginning. However, he will adjust quickly and start showing his personality soon

Hooter loves to stay with people and enjoys being petted. He also gets along with dogs well. Hooter is a peace lover. He is always calm and gentle. He never has any fights with dogs. We are hoping that Hooter can go to his forever home and be loved and cared by his own families. Hooter has a great temperament. We know he will be a great dog for any home. Hooter is neutered, healthy and up to date on vaccines. He is also chipped.


Ivan

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 5-6 years

Gender: Male

Weight:24 kg/53lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Chases them

Ivan is from owner surrender. His owner is moving overseas and won’t be able to take Ivan with him. Therefore, Ivan was given away and came to our rescue.

Ivan is a sweet and affectionate boy. He likes to play a lot. Ivan enjoys staying with people and is very obedient. He may be anxious if he is not familiar with the surroundings in the beginning. However, he will calm down soon after he feels relaxed and comfortableIvan gets along with dogs well. However, he still needs to learn how to play properly. Sometimes he invites other dogs to join the play, but he will make them unhappy accidentally. We think he may need more practice socializing with dogs. Ivan is neutered, healthy and up to date on vaccines. He is also chipped.


Mica

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 9-19 years

Gender: Female

Weight:28 kg/62lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Chases them

Mica was rescued near a cliff. Yes, a cliff where she might fall right away if we didn’t rescue her in time. She was trying to get the leftover on the edge of the cliff and didn’t know she was in danger. Luckily, our volunteer found her and rescued her before she lost her life.

Mica was not in a good condition when rescued. She was very skinny and was tested heartworm positive. Both of her ears have hematoma and she also has some scars on her skin. It takes Mica a long time to gain weight and start her treatment. Now she has done her heartworm treatment. Due to her sensitive digestive system, she may have soft stool easily. Our vet suggests some special dog food for sensitive stomachs which can be found in the store or online.

Mica is a sweet and affectionate girl. She may show anxiety and bark when she is not familiar with the surroundings. However, she will stop soon after she feels secure and comfortable. Mica is mouthy sometimes. However, she will stop when you ask her not to do it. She needs an owner who can show her disciplines. In this case, she will be obedient. Mica also eats fast. That’s why we use slow feed dog bowl when feeding Mica.

Mica gets along with dogs well. However, she doesn’t play with them often. She prefers staying on the corner and enjoys her own time. Mica doesn’t pick up fights. However, she may protect her food toward dogs because she is very eager to eat every time. We think she is not ready for homes with young kids. Mica loves balls and enjoys swimming a lot. She can be a great dog if she is the only dog in the house. We know it may take a while to find a home for a senior dog. However, we still wish that Mica can have a chance to have her families. Mica is spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.


YoYo

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Arriving at SFO Oct 20

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Age: 8-9 years

Gender: Female

Weight:21kg/46lbs

Dogs: OK

Cats: Not known

GiGi and YoYo are both rescued from a puppy mill. They are used as breeding females and are bred repeatedly, twice a year, every year. They’re kept in tiny and overcrowded cages for all their life. In addition, those dirty and unsanitary cages are the places GiGi and YoYo make money for their owner. They never receive any affection, exercise or proper veterinary care. The most important of all is they don’t even have a regular meal. It they get a chance to eat, all they have is leftover. Due to long-term malnutrition, both of GiGi and YoYo suffer calcium loss and look older at their age even though they are just 8-9 years old. Over the past years, GiGi and YoYo have very few human contacts. Therefore, they’re terrified when we picked them up. They don’t even dare to look at you and always curl up in the corner. They are panic when hearing noise and meeting people. We understand GiGi and YoYo are extremely stressful because their lives are without humanity at all over the past years. That’s why we take it slowly to get close to both of them and let them take their time to get used of human contact. There is only little progress after they’re rescued. However, we won’t give up. We know GiGi and YoYo deserve a better life because humans owe them too much.

Both GiGi and YoYo are very timid. They don’t even dare to eat in front of people. Most of the time, they will wait and eat until no one is around. At first, we leave food in the bowl and they don’t even touch it. Then we realize that they don’t see dog bowls before. No wonder they don’t know they can eat the food inside it. For the first few weeks after rescued, GiGi and YoYo only eat food that is left on the ground. We keep trying and now we leave food on a tray. They finally learn that it’s OK to eat without leaving food on the ground. Both GiGi and YoYo scared of people in the beginning. They may run away when you try to pet them. However, they will stand still when they know there is no place to hide. Then you can pet them and comfort them at that time.

Both GiGi and YoYo feel more comfortable when staying with dogs. They were severely malnourished when rescued. Therefore, our priority is to feed them up. It takes us few weeks to have some progress feeding both of them. Therefore, we are not able to get the housebroken. We are trying to work on leash training now. However, they are still very scared and can’t follow our instruction.

We know it may not easy to find GiGi and YoYo a forever home very soon due to their age and condition now. However, we believe they will have their own families some day. It’s very sad that GiGi and YoYo suffer a multitude of social, emotional, and physical conditions after living in a puppy mill for all their life. At least, they won’t be discarded after they can no longer produce any puppies. They are now in a safe place and waiting patiently to meet someone who can give them a second chance. Both GiGi and YoYo are spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.


Kingsman

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Coming to SFO Oct 20th!

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Age: 6-7 years

Gender: Male

Weight:30kg/66lbs

Dogs: Very well

Cats: Ignores them

Kingsman was found wandering on the streets. We got a call and rushed to rescue him before he may be hit by a car. Kingsman looked fine when we picked him up. After taking him to the vet, he was tested heartworm positive. Luckily, he has finished his treatment and is now a healthy and happy boy.

Kingsman looks calm and is always gentle. He will show his personality when you get close to him. He loves to be petted and is very affectionate. Kingsman also gets along with dogs well. He may be timid in the beginning, but will open his mind soon. We would like to find Kingsman a better home where he can be loved and cared by his own families. Kingsman is neutered, healthy and up to date on vaccines. He is also chipped.