Will feed one IWCT resident dog for a week
Will provide the 5 in 1 vaccine for one dog
Will enable an IWCT vet to neuter one dog
Will cover the cost of the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of one dog
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Donations can be as little as a one off £1 contribution. Alternatively, you could set up a regular monthly payment. Your donation will enable us to continue taking on new rescue dogs and providing free veterinary services to those who need it. You can donate here.
All the resident IWCT rescue dogs can be sponsored. Some may be with us temporarily until they find their forever home. Others are likely to stay with us for the rest of their days. Meet our dogs here.
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Piolo was rescued by our own vet Dr Arris, who found the poor chap lying outside his church, too weak to even stand. Piolo had nasty wounds on his legs and his back and his belly was very badly swollen, which we discovered was due to a severe infestation of worms. Dr Arris couldn’t possibly leave him and so took him back to the centre, where he treated his wounds and medicated the worm infestation.
After just a month, Piolo was up and about and barely able to leave Dr Arris’s side. As a result Arris decided to adopt him and so he spends a lot of time with our team, a very happy and healthy boy!
This is Jasper. He was found by Ciela Bernardo in Cavite, south of Manila. She called us as she knew the dog needed our help. Jasper was living alone, under a truck, very hungry and covered in mange.
The IWCT team have nursed him back to health and we are delighted that Jasper has been adopted by the family of the lady who rescued him. Jasper now lives with Ciela’s sister and brother in law in Bulacan. We are delighted that Jasper has been re-homed, especially by the family of his rescuer. We wish them a very happy life!
When we first met Whitey he was horribly malnourished, sick and terrified. Whitey had been left by his owners while they went on holiday and so was forced to fend for himself. We were so happy that we could bring Whitey into our treatment centre where we could provide him with a safe and happy place to live while we searched for a forever home.
Within just a few months, Whitey put on enough weight so he looks like the healthy dog we see today. Whitey has now moved out of our treatment centre and into his loving forever home. We will continue to check in with Whitey as he has such a fun character he is already missed at the treatment centre!
This is Strike, who until recently was living at Marita’s Animal Shelter, in the hills outside Manila. Strike was found on the streets and brought to Marita about 4 years ago. He’s a playful dog, very friendly and full of energy – most often seen racing around the grounds at the shelter.
Noli drives the IWCT Mobile Clinic vet team and their equipment to the weekly clinics and assists the vets. When we held our first Clinic at Marita’s shelter in April, Noli met Strike and it was love at first sight. Noli had been keen to adopt a dog but hadn’t realised it would be so quick. Noli reported that Strike has settled into his new home very quickly and the family adore him, a very happy ending for Strike!
Pogi was the little dog found in a rubbish bin, dumped and left to die. When he was rescued Pogi had a broken spine and was completely unable to use his back legs. Thanks to the wonderful support of our donors we’ve been able to provide Pogi with a made to measure wheelchair carriage and together with the efforts of his new mum Noemi, Pogi is now able to walk.
Pogi is a remarkable dog who, despite the horrible cruelty to which he’s been subjected, has shown an extraordinary resilience and love. We feel privileged that we’ve been able to help him.
Rudy was alerted to us just before Christmas – we was emaciated and riddled with mange. Rudy had previously had a home but for some inexcusable reason, he was abandoned on the street to fend for himself. Despite being let down by humans in such a horrible way, Rudy is still a very trusting and affectionate dog. Now back to full health, he is ready to find the forever home he desperately deserves.