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Posts Tagged ‘dog shelters in dubai’

Found-dogPet’s Name or Answers To:  No name
Found (when and where):  Found near Baskin Robins Dubai Silicon Oasis on 3/9/14 evening
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Collar Color:  red colar with designs and  red bel

Pet’s Description:  Seems to be 4-6 months. Friendly and playful

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30376FULLSummer is a tough time of year for all of the animal welfare groups and shelters. However well before many expats and locals alike head out of the country to beat the summer heat, most, if not all of the welfare groups are already posting ‘SORRY WE’RE FULL’ notices on their Facebook Pages.

Emma Creswell, Shelter Manager for the Sharjah Cat & Dog Shelter (SCADS) says that they average 14 abandoned animals every day. In recent years, the summer months show an increase in that number, with 20 or more animals being left at the shelter daily. As a result, SCADS is overloaded.

Having no choice but to house additional animals in their already full shelter, SCADS currently have an additional 28 pups and 22 kittens on top of their capacity to accommodate 40 dogs and 40 cats at any one time.

Extending capacity puts a heavy strain on them, as sadly, budget constraints dictate the number of animals SCADS is able to provide food and medical care for. Additionally, overcrowded enclosures can quickly become unhealthy environments for an animal’s physical health and mental well-being.

SCADS often reach out to other welfare groups (who are also under pressure) and the general public across the country to offer a reprieve for some of the animals they receive – however the reality is when there is no more space, no one to adopt and no one to foster, animals are put to sleep. Read more

k9-dogs-fostering-over-the-summerAre you staying in Dubai for the summer? Do you have a little space in your home and do you have the time to care for a dog in need?

During the months of July and August K9 friends is always full to capacity. The world has left Dubai for vacation and a lot of dogs have been kicked out of their homes as the owners made no provision for them whilst they were gone.

Fostering means caring for a dog in your home until a permanent home can be found or until it needs to return to the shelter. Ideally we are looking for foster homes for July and August. The dogs can be returned to K9 in September when our homing’s pick up again, or on any date pre arranged with our office. Be aware if you live in an apartment we will need a letter from the landlord to say its OK to keep a dog in the building. Read more

If you are living or have recently moved to Dubai you hopefully have settled down and maybe thinking that a pet such as a dog would make the home complete.

Before going out to your local pet shop and parting with a lot of money remember the pet rescue centres such as K9 FriendsDubai Senior Dog Project, DARC and Posh Paws Animal Sanctuary.  Here is a story we heard about this week: Read more

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