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Tibetan Mastiff Rescue at ICVS- Your suport is needed! PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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ICVS veterinarian, Dr. Wang, examining a rescued Tibetan Mastiff at the shelter.

 

Every year hundreds of thousands of dogs are being slaughtered for

their meat, fur and skin in China. Many of these dogs are abandoned

strays, stolen pets and discarded dogs that could not be sold by breeders.

Kept in desperate conditions without food and water for days, the dogs

are loaded into cramped cages on trucks to be sent to slaughterhouses

across the country.

 

In February 2015, about 150 large dogs were found on a truck in

North China, destined for the dog meat markets. On board this truck

were 20 Tibetan Mastiffs. A group of volunteers rescued the dogs

and the surviving animals were sent to shelters in several cities in

North China.

 

ICVS is working with the rescue volunteers and a local shelter to

provide medical care and treatment and to find adoption families

for 8 of these beautiful Tibetan Mastiffs.

 

 

 

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"Blackie," rescued Tibetan Mastiff recuperating at ICVS after wound treatment and spay surgery.

 

The Tibetan Mastiffs under our care are in need of vaccinations,

flea and tick treatments, microchipping, neutering/spaying and

medical treatment and surgeries for injuries, wounds and other

treatable health issues.

 

ICVS is donating the skills and services of our veterinary surgeons,

veterinary technicians, administration and management staff and

our facilities in the care and treatment of these Tibetan Mastiffs

and the many stray/rescued/abandoned pets that we care for

every year. We need the help of the community to please donate

funds towards the cost of medical supplies, drugs, vaccines and

nutritious pet foods to care for these beautiful animals.

 

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ICVS volunteer, Karen Donaldson, and Ms. Zhang with rescued Tibetan Mastiff at the shelter.

 

Our rescue work and the plight of these amazing Tibetan Mastiffs

are featured in The New York Times (VPN required in China).

 

Please click HERE to read the full New York Times article on

the ICVS web site.

 

Donations may be made through Paypal on the ICVS web site:

www.ICVSASIA.com

 

Thank you very much for your kind and generous support!

Mary Peng

CEO & Founder

International Center for Veterinary Services

 

 

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