Fifty Dogs Abandoned at Vancouver Area Shelters on Thursday Night
Thinking of adopting a pet? The Vancouver Animal Services Shelter has dogs who would love to go home with you. Come see who's up for adoption!
Most of the animals we have are dogs. But we also have rabbits, hamsters, budgies, and sometimes a guinea pig or even chickens! If you are looking for a smaller pet, contact us to see what we have available. (If you want to adopt a cat, contact Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association, other local municipal shelters or the BCSPCA.)
Ocean Dog Rescue is run 100% by volunteers. We do not have a shelter facility to visit. All our rescues are immediately placed into loving foster homes in Taiwan or Vancouver and cared for in the home until suitable families/companions are found.
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Humane Society for SW Washington: Home
is a full time photographer in Vancouver, Washington. She is new to Free Korean Dogs and really excited about finding wonderful homes for Korean dogs on the West Coast: currently focusing on the Seattle, Washington, Portland, and Oregon areas. An animal lover from her earliest memories, discovered FKD while looking for a rescue dog to add to her family and was moved to help in any way possible. She believes that if more West-Coasters know about the inhumane treatment of Korean dogs and the meat trade, that Portland can become a hub for sheltering and advancing the awareness of the meat trade, and a stronghold of support for the movement as a whole.Starting next week, the Vancouver-based (TDIAO) will start pulling dogs from high-kill shelters in Northern California to prepare them for their new lives in Canada.Dozens of homeless dogs plucked from US shelters will soon be calling Metro Vancouver home thanks to a group that helps fly dogs to a new happy life.Now staff and volunteers at the Vancouver shelter are working to help the dogs adjust. They spent their lives up until the rescue in outdoor cramped wire cages. They've never slept on a blanket or walked on a leash.“Vancouver group saves hundreds of California dogs from death.” declares a Vancouver Sun headline on January 14, 2011. The article explains that A Better Life Dog Rescue has brought about 200 dogs into Canada, mainly from Los Angeles shelters, for placement in the Lower Mainland. Los Angeles Animal Services General Manager Brenda Barnette is quoted in the article.