Remember the pitiful breeding dogs that were rescued on New Year’s eve? Here’s a sweet adoption story for one of the Frenchies rescued! “We used to have a pug named Pochi. When she passed away at the beginning of the year, the entire family was devastated. After a period of emptiness, we chanced upon SOSD’s […]
“Latte was shy, timid and hid in her shell when she came to our home on the first of January this year. At the adoption drive, she was unlike other dogs that were so excited and eager to greet people. Alone in a corner, she was disinterested at the commotion happening around her. We felt […]
“Since I was a little girl, I have always wanted a dog. It was only until recently that my dad finally gave the green light for us to have a little addition to our family. My dad, who used to live in the kampung, would always tell us stories about how he used to have […]
If Colby had a dating profile, it would read, “loves long walks and sitting by the water contemplating life and food.” We went to a few adoption drives over the past year but didn’t find a dog that we felt was suitable. Colby then came to our attention when we saw his profile on the […]
Rangi was a very special boy – He was a hulking Rottweiler, a gentle giant who ended up in our shelter because of unfortunate life circumstances. He would have had a beautiful life – running in the fields of New Zealand. A NZ rescue group raised funds for him to be flown there to his […]
Our vollie Samantha Sethi featured in this article on youth volunteerism in UrbanWire, a youth entertainment and lifestyle e-zine! Thank you Samantha, for your dedication in helping SOSD’s rescue dogs! If you are keen to volunteer with SOSD, do check out how you can contribute here.
Most “aggressive” dogs are merely misunderstood. It is no fault of theirs as this can happen because of poor socialisation while growing up. But when we look past the label of “aggressiveness”, we often discover many surprises. Xiao Bai was one was the dogs we took over in 2013 when a shelter owner abandoned her […]