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 puppy, Hua Hua, is from ICVS’ Adoptable Pets.
Introduction: Hi everyone, my name is Darla.
Background: My momma was a pregnant stray dog who was rescued by a very kind lady. After mom was rescued, she gave birth to 5 puppies. Unfortunately, our mom got sick two-weeks after we were born so my siblings and I had to leave our mom at a very young age. Our rescuer took us home and nursed us with puppy milk until we were strong enough to eat on our own. We all received our check-ups and have started vaccinations at ICVS. I am now one of the first puppies in our litter who is ready to be adopted!
Personality: I am a fun, curious, playful, energetic puppy. I am good with other dogs and children (I have never met a cat, but I am sure I would like them and become quick friends with them). I am beginning to explore my world and am excited to find my forever family so I can share all my discoveries with them.
Ideal home: I would be happy with an individual, a couple, or a family with children with or without other pets. My family must be ready for the responsibilities of adopting a young puppy and with toilet training and obedience training which will both be essential in helping me become housebroken and socialized. Everyone in the household must agree on having a young puppy as a new family member. I must be spayed after I complete all of my puppy vaccinations and must relocate with my family when departing China.
Breed, Sex & Age: I am a small, mixed breed female puppy and am 2-months old. I have white fur with one brown ear.
Medical notes: I am healthy and have been dewormed and treated for fleas and ticks. I have already started her vaccinations at ICVS.
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%) on my vaccinations, accompanying examinations, and spay surgery during my first year of life with my new family.
Official Vaccination Certificate: With my rabies vaccination, 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 vaccinated for rabies in order to move another city or leave China with my family.
Official Spay/Neuter Certificate for Dogs: After my spay surgery, ICVS will issue my new family the official Spay/Neuter Certificate that will provide my owner with a 50% discount (e.g., up to RMB 500 savings) on the dog license registration fee at the Public Security Bureau.
Puppy and Adult Dog Obedience Training Programs at ICVS: ICVS has introduced new puppy and adult dog obedience training programs. The dog training classes will help my family and I live a more harmonious life together. All profits from the puppy and adult dog training programs will be donated to the ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs.
ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs:
Please support and donate to the ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs. Your donations support ICVS in helping the many pets like Bubi as well as the many stray/rescued/abandoned and shelter animals in our community. The pets receive medical care, treatment, good nutrition, and socialization with love and compassion that allows them to become healthy adoptable pets.
Please also contact ICVS for more information about beautiful adoptable pets:
Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940