In January 2024, we got a call reporting a dog that had been tied to a fence and abandoned. Although this is a criminal offence in the Philippines, prosecutions are rare. In this case, it's difficult to understand the motives behind this abandonment as usually it's because the animal is old, sick or both. Bhodi is neither.
On 20 January 2024, we got a call about a dog that had been tied to a fence and left.
He had been there for a while and people had been feeding him.
He was in really good health, shiny fur, no ticks or fleas and had already been neutered. Without doubt he had an owner.
We don't have the space, finances, or capacity to take in healthy dogs - there are so many strays in bad condition that we need to prioritize. We had someone look after him in their home for a few days, while we chose a lovely family to adopt him. However, when we took him to his new home, we saw that the fence was not as secure as we originally thought.
There was a significant chance he would get out.
So now we are looking again. He's a beautiful boy, very healthy and very friendly. He seems really good with other dogs. He's active and energetic.
We need an adopter who will treat him as part of the family, take him for regular walks, can afford vet care if needed and doesn't tie or cage. They will need to have a secure fenced and gated property.
Please message if you would like to adopt him.
Bhodi's Latest News...
Bhodi Adopted!BhodiAfter yesterday’s sad news about Mikay, we have some good news. Remember the abandoned dog Bhodi? We ended up taking him to a second potential adopter but again, the fence was not appropriate. It just wasn’t high enough. Finally, on 29 January 2024, Angel, one of our vet assistants decided to adopt him and Click to see post….
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