How much does it cost to rescue a puppy, and bring it up to a healthy and adoptable state?
We are lucky to have the support of these resorts and establishments in Bohol. Some of these establishments are regular donors, and some of them help us by being a voice for animals in the community. We recognize every contribution and are pleased to share our recommendations here. Restaurants, Tagbilaran The Buzzz Cafe Shang Palace […]
Danky was once a resident of Panglao Island and now travels the world with her owners. Danky was a street dog when we met her two years ago and today she is still by our side. She has been to ten countries including Europe & the America’s. Keeping Danky was the best decision we have […]
Why we love our native dogs Aspin is short for asong Pinoy, meaning Philippine native dog. We love our aspins and would prefer to consider them the Philippine Special. Well, what’s so special about the Philippine local dogs? You mean, aside from their stunning good looks and wonderful temperament? The scientific answer would be that […]
ABC is better than culling The World Health Organization (WHO) has long recognized that mass destruction of street dogs is an ineffective method of controlling dog populations. Culling is ineffective in the long term as the remaining individuals who escaped the culling will eventually repopulate the area. Culling is also a debated method of animal control […]
The Tagbilaran City Pound is a heartbreaking place. Dogs caught from various parts of the city are impounded here for three to five days until they are killed by the City Veterinarian. During this time, the dogs are not given food, water or medical attention. This is where we come in. We provide food and […]
The BARK shelter was started in June 2014 as a safe refuge for dogs rescued from abuse, abandonment and injury. Our no-kill free-range shelter is a happy haven for dogs of all ages. We have 68 dogs at our shelter of which 17 are puppies, three crippled and two suffering from cancer. This number has […]
Dogs of Alona was started for the dogs that live on and around Alona Beach, Panglao, in September 2016. By December 2016, we had achieved stray population stasis by spaying all the female dogs on the beach. Since then, we have expanded the project to some areas of Barangay Bolod, Barangay Danao, and Dumaluan Beach. […]