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SOSD Volunteer Su Lin

When it comes to choosing cars, our dogs always come first for us dog lovers. SOSD volunteer Su Lin of K9 Kampong tells us about her preferred ride! http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/motoring/the-kawaii-factor

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Meet Chuen Ling

Meet Chuen Ling, SOSD’s Trap, Neuter and Release (TNR) ops officer – she is in charge of the various TNR projects which SOSD is involved in, including Fort Road, and UBIN DOGS – Project SOUND : Trap, Neuter, Release, Manage. Ling is not paid staff. She does this immense scale of work as a volunteer. […]

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Healing Paws volunteer Evelyn

Watch this heartwarming clip about SOSD’s Healing Paws volunteer Evelyn and her therapy dog, Benji, as they set out on a quest to fulfill her dream of adopting a dog to succeed the aging Benji!

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Animal Welfare Roadmap

The recently released Code of Conduct for Pet Owners may not be a milestone in itself, but it is a piece of the puzzle which is helping propel Singapore into a society which cares for its animals. Behind the scenes, many things are happening to better animal welfare in Singapore, and this is one of […]

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Dr Siew Tuck Wah on Breaking the Poverty Cycle, Saving Singapore’s Street Dogs and Finding Buddhism

Dr Siew Tuck Wah speaks to Nedla about his upbringing, the need to be kind to ourselves, and the importance of breaking down divisions and boundaries. “There is a need for all of us to be constructive rather than destructive. We prosecute someone who has made a simple mistake — but what of it? What […]

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DR SIEW TUCK WAH: DISCOVERING LIFE’S PURPOSE THROUGH DOG RESCUE

He used to lead a comfortable life with a cushy job as a medical aesthetic doctor at one of the leading medical clinics in Singapore. But he chose to give up his lifestyle by selling his luxury car, and use his savings to build SOSD (previously known as Save Our Street Dogs). He even left […]

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A second chance for every dog & cat

A poignant, heartwarming look into this little corner of Singapore – Pasir Ris Farmway 2, where so many homeless dogs and cats call their home. Even after we leave at the end of the year, the memories of this place will stay with us, for life. http://www.straitstimes.com/…/a-second-chance-for-every-dog…

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Save our shelters

Yesterday, The New Paper featured the plight of shelters in Pasir Ris – having to worry monthly about making ends meet, and now, the uncertainty of the future ahead as the land lease ends. In the article, the sacrifices of many animal lovers were highlighted – Mary, who sold her home to set up Oasis […]

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