|We can cross off Rio, Lola, Wilf and Sophie now|
To answer some frequent questions, if you are already a registered volunteer at our Homing Centres please come as usual, assuming you haven't recently returned from overseas and need to be staying at home. As Tai Po Homing Centre volunteers will know, the site is huge and outdoors so there's no concern about social distancing, but obviously there can be no group outings. Volunteers will be expected to use common sense about their own health protection and that of other volunteers, and respect personal space.
Regarding offers of foster homes, we don't really need any more for small sized dogs but we have lots of medium-to-large dogs at our Tai Po Homing Centre, and having at least some of these moving to temporary homes will relieve our staff of the burden of trying to look after so many. We would greatly appreciate the help but please only offer if you can genuinely take in a dog for an unknown time period, because replying to so many emails is time consuming when in the end it turns out that the potential foster home isn't really suitable. Our Foster Coordinator Cindy is a volunteer with a full time job as well as a family, so she is working flat out to try to reply to everyone.
|Casper will be returning to our Ap Lei Chau Homing Centre|
|Sidney and Zeb are reunited at Ap Lei Chau|
Older puppy Sidney is already staying with us again after his friend Rio was adopted, and Casper will be returning too. Also coming back from foster are the two young siblings Tara and Turbo, and again they will be able to be seen at our Ap Lei Chau Homing Centre by appointment.
|Tara or Turbo|
Please start the adoption process by completing the questionnaire at www.hongkongdogrescue.com/adopt/adoption-questionnaire/ so we can help you find the ideal match.
Thank you all for your patience and help in seeing us through this very challenging time. Your support is always very much appreciated.