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WHO WE ARE

We are a group of animal lovers who strongly feel that all animals should be treated with love and respect. We help animals who are abused, neglected or abandoned. We are volunteer animal rescuers who hold full time jobs or school but we believe that despite our busy shcedules, the dogs still need our help. HOPE does not manage a physical shelter but we depend on the commitment of our volunteers and fosterers, and even our supporters and members of the public, to help out with our rescue work.

ADOPTION

Whoever said money can’t buy happiness has never paid an adoption fee! Thinking of getting a dog? Ever considered adopting and rescuing a dog from the streets? Our rescued dogs are waiting to be brought home by a loving family.

FOSTERING

If you wish to foster a dog with HOPE, here are some fostering tips you will need.

SPONSOR

Saving a dog is a long term commitment and we often hesitate due to lack of funds. Donations are largely received during the initial rescue with the big story on the grave injuries and pitiful eyes.

VOLUNTEER

We have a range of volunteer duties that you can help us with. Stray feeding, cooking for rescue dogs, accompanying dogs to vets, photography, writing, poster design, awareness and outreach.

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HOPE DOG RESCUE
WHO WE ARE

We are a group of animal lovers who strongly feel that all animals should be treated with love and respect. We help animals who are abused, neglected or abandoned. We are volunteer animal rescuers who hold full time jobs or school but we believe that despite our busy shcedules, the dogs still need our help. HOPE does not manage a physical shelter but we depend on the commitment of our volunteers and fosterers, and even our supporters and members of the public, to help out with our rescue work.

  • RESCUE

    Rescue work

  • VISITING SICK DOG

    Visiting sick dog at vet

  • FEEDING

    Feeding stray

  • STERILIZATION

    Sterilization programme

HELP OUR DOGS

If you do not have the time to physically help us out, it would be great as well if you are able to provide us with the following items for our animal rescue work.
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FRONTLINE

Frontline for ticks
The vet requires us to Frontline the strays that we bring in weekly for sterilization, as they are often tick infested.
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REVOLUTION

For Heartworm
On top of the Frontline that are applied on the stray dogs that we regularly encounter, we also apply Revolution on them to prevent a host of other parasites that they might encounter while living on the streets. Revolution is used to prevent the dogs from being plagued by heartworm, fleas and also mites.
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MARTINGALE COLLAR

Dog Collar
We use martingale collar as it helps prevent a dog from slipping out of their collar. Martingale collars are 2-loop collar systems which not only sits well on the dog’s neck, it only tightens up when the dog tries to pull away.
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LEASHES

Dog Leash
We need thick hardy leashes as the thin ones are not strong enough to hold a stray when they struggle and we can’t risk losing them.

HAPPY ENDING

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