There are hundreds of animals hoping to find loving homes in Beijing. If you are considering adopting a pet, Doggy/Moggy of the Week will feature animals from volunteer shelters, animal rescue groups, foster care providers, and pet owners needing to rehome animals. This week’s wabbits are from ICVS’ Adoptable Pets.
Name: Hi everyone, am Lang Lang
Background: I was a stray dog rescued by a very kind person and brought to ICVS. I was paralyzed in my hind legs having suffered a trauma to my back and spine. My ICVS family has provided me with medical care including, x-rays, ultrasound, have given me regular acupuncture treatments, and I am enjoying nutritious Royal Canin food. I was very lucky as I did not suffer permanent spinal damage. With my care and the ongoing acupuncture treatments I received, I can now walk and run again, which means I can live a normal healthy life.
Personality: I am very sweet, loving and ready for adoption. I am a little shy with strangers at first (due to my traumatic experience on the streets), but warm up quickly and am very trusting and loyal to the people that love me. Come meet me at ICVS.
Ideal home: Lang Lang would be happy with an individual, a couple or a family with older children (e.g., 8 years and older). She is a wonderful dog and will be a loving and loyal companion for life.
Breed: Lang Lang is a small mixed breed dog. She may be legally registered in any district in Beijing.
Sex & Age: Lang Lang is a 1-2 years old young female dog. She is ready for her spay surgery.
Medical notes: Lang Lang is already dewormed and fully vaccinated. She is healthy and has been treated for fleas and ticks and is on monthly preventives.
Post-adoption care: The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) has enrolled me into their Rescued/Stray/Rehomed Pet Adoption Benefits Program. ICVS will provide my new family with significant discounts (up to 50 percent) on my health examinations and vaccinations and spay surgery during my first year of life with my new family.
Official Vaccination Certificate: ICVS will issue my new family the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (e.g., vaccination red book) at no charge! I need the official vaccination red book to prove I have been legally and properly rabies vaccinated to move to another city or to leave China with my family.
ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs:
Please support and donate to the ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs. Donations may be made directly on the ICVS web site through Paypal.
Your donations support ICVS in helping pets like Lang Lang and the many stray/rescued/abandoned/rehomed and shelter animals in our community. The pets receive medical care, treatments, good nutrition and socialization with love and compassion that allows them to become healthy adoptable pets!
Please contact the International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) for more information about Lang Lang and the many adoptable pets waiting for homes:
Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940
Web site: www.ICVSASIA.com