Welfare Societies are packed full of homeless dogs, some rescued from lives
of unimaginable cruelty.
These are some of the lucky few given the chance of a new life.
For these societies to continue this invaluable work, these dogs must be homed,
to make space for the many more still out there suffering.
Dogs at rescue societies are monitored by vets, fed and sheltered,
they are no longer suffering but their lives are bleak and stressful, living in small kennels
and unable to get the love and attention they so desperately need.
Though some have had traumatic pasts, once in a loving home,
they can quickly settle in to their new life,
naturally bonding with, and protecting their new families.
For information on the adoption
process and welfare society contact details, go to the
adoption info page.