4 years into the program, Healing Paws is still touching hearts, everywhere! Pet Therapy, including our Healing Paws program, featured on 前线追踪 FRONTLINE! Learn more about this meaningful initiative through the feature!
What does the Lunar New Year of the Dog mean for our furry friends? Thank you to Sproud and Kaiju Lab for making this meaningful video, expecially ChongWu Koh for directing and involving us! Help SHARE with your friends to spread the important message! Starring our very own Education and Outreach Officer Meiyi Cheong, and […]
See Healing Paws advisor, Maureen of Pawsibility, and Stasha, Healing Paws coordinator, speak about the program! SOSD Healing Paws is a animal assisted activities program, where volunteers and dogs interact with people in old folk’s homes, children’s homes etc in a meaning program where dogs give back to the people in need! Watch the video […]
Join us at Pack Gathering with Cesar Millan on Sat 27 and Sun 28 Jan 2018 at the Singapore EXPO for a weekend of fun & edutainment for you and your furkids! Early ‘Dog’ tickets start from $30 at packgathering.com or apactix.com Or at any APACTix or SingPost outlets – GET THEM NOW! Come and […]
A big Thank You to Silversky for the donation of 2,500lb of Wellness kibbles to SOSD dogs! SOSD is very happy and grateful to be part of Wellness 10th Anniversary Celebration. To celebrate, Silversky is holding Singapore’s first Interactive Art Exhibition for cats and dogs: Paw-sitive! Be sure to find out more at https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/paw-sitive-interactive-art-for-pets-by-wellness-tickets-34460055955 Like […]
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 […]
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 […]