IWCT Philippines

If you are in the Philippines, this part of the website is for you. Here you will find:

  • Information about upcoming clinics at our Treatment Centre and in the provinces (for Carabao).
  • IWCT’s Education Programme where we share practical guides on responsible pet ownership.
  • IWCT rescue dogs who are looking for their forever homes.

Please visit our contact page for the address of our Treatment Centre in Concepcion Tarlac.

We currently have clinics twice a week, every week:

Walk In Consultations on Tuesday mornings (first come, first served) and spay / neuter clinics on Saturday morning.

The spay / neuter clinics are strictly by appointment only. Please be aware there is currently a 3-4 month wait list. If you have the financial means, please seek a private veterinary clinic for spay / neuter services to allow priority for those who cannot afford the procedure. 

When visiting our clinic with your pet, please bring 1-2 kg’s of dry dog food as a donation towards the feeding costs of our rescue dogs. 

If you are in the Philippines, please follow our Facebook Page.

You can also sign up to our newsletter here. 

You will need to show proof of following us on Social Media when you arrive for your appointment. Thank you. 

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Educating people about responsible pet ownership is one of our main campaigns. Here you will find helpful information about how best to care for your dog, what you should and shouldn’t do, as well as printable posters for your schools and communities.

From time to time, we have a small selection of dogs ready to find their forever home in the Philippines. View the current list of dogs ready to be adopted here…

We hold regular clinics at our Treatment Centre as well as mobile clinics. Find out more information about schedules for clinics and seminars here.

IWCT has a limited number of merchandise items for sale, such as these doggy face masks. More items coming soon!

Killing dogs for meat is now illegal in the Philippines, but despite seeing a great reduction in the trade, it is still going on! IWCT will not stop until we have seen a complete end to this unspeakably cruel practice.

Find out what to do here if you suspect any dog meat trading or illegal activity.

Help us to fight cruelty and protect all animals


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 spay / neuter one dog


Will cover the cost of the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of one dog