Trap-Neuter-Release is a humane alternative for managing and reducing dog populations. TNR relies on sterilization of dogs to reduce breeding, leading to a gradual decline in numbers. In 2016/17, about 217 dogs on Jurong Island and 170 dogs in various parts of Singapore were brought in under the TNR program. Many of these dogs were […]$0 Donated
To provide all dogs at SOSD’s shelter with proper nutrition for three months requires 300 large bags of dry dog food (4,000 kg) and 300 cans of suitable wet food for the older dogs. To feed the 200 dogs at the Jurong Island shelter and 100 stray dogs on Jurong Island require another 1500 kg […]$0 Donated
With over 150 dogs under our direct care, we incur pretty large medical bills. In 2016-2017, our total cost of veterinarian services was $386,741 while the medical supplies cost $28,236. This works out to more than $34,000 a month. In addition to the medical needs of dogs directly under our care, we also provide veterinary […]$0 Donated
Come experience a different Halloween with our dogs at SOSD this October! Presenting our very first Halloween-themed Shelter Tour on 28th October (Sun) from 6-7pm! Donate $15 to our cause and have a whale of time with us! Sign up at http://bit.ly/2P4h75l First time first serve basis!