Save ALL needs donations for the maintenance medicines, food, clinic bills of the rescued dogs and cats.
This group started as the Efforts to Save 20 Dogs on Death Row as a public group page on on Dec. 1, 2013. We banded together to save 20 dogs due for euthanasia Nov. 29 at the QC Pound. We were able to get a hold order from the Office of the City Mayor for one week.
From Dec. 3 to Dec. 6 (the date of execution), we were able to get all 20 dogs.
On Nov 29, we were also able to get 2 mommies and 12 pups from the QC pound. Unfortunately, one of the puppies died the next day. All 11 pups have been adopted (only last month).
On Dec. 3, we got the first pound dog, Faith, and brought her to the clinic. She has been adopted.
On Dec. 4, we got 6 dogs.
On Dec. 5, we got 6 dogs.
On Dec. 6, we got the last batch of 7 dogs.
Also on Dec. 6, the QC Veterinary Office also asked us to adopt two cats, on of whom was pregnant. These cats have been adopted.
All in all, we saved 34 dogs and 2 cats in one week.
All the 20 pound dogs have been adopted except for Mango who has a history of demodectic mange. The mama dogs and pups have been adopted.
Since then, we have saved other dogs and cats.
To date, Save ALL has rescued and given assistance to the rescue of about 399 dogs and cats.
74 rescues are still under the care of Save ALL as of Dec. 6, 2017.
We are moving in another direction which is helping control dog and cat population to lessen the number of abandoned, neglected and abused dogs and cats. We have conducted 11 free spaying and neutering projects with more than 200 beneficiary animals.
We also started distributing tarpaulins on the Animal Welfare Act to create awareness among the Filipinos -- pet owners and non-owners alike-- that a law exists prohibiting cruelty against and neglect and abandonment of animals, specially domesticated ones like dogs and cats. These tarpaulins have been distributed in Metro Manila, in Laguna and Quezon in the South and to as far as Benguet in the North. We continue to coordinate distribution of the AWA tarps to this day.
Things you might want to know:
We have 8 senior dogs.
One dog whose right kidney did not develop and thus need maintenance meds and kidney care/renal food.
One senior dog is borderline diabetic and needs hepatic and digestive dog food.
Two dogs have cataract and need eyedrops to arrest the progression of the cataract so the dogs wont go blind. They are 14 and 16 years old respectively -- Silver and Richie.
15 year old diamond is losing her eyesight.
Georgy and chelsea, both TVT cancer survivors at 11 and 6 years old respectively. They need immune boosters to make sure their bodies remain healthy to stop any recurrence of growths.
A number of dogs have a history of demodectic mange and are given medicated baths and immune boosters also. This is so that they wont have a mange flare-up again which will take months to heal.
Two one-year old dogs were born with splayed legs, Onyok and Nathaniel but through massage and vitamins, are now standing up, walking and running.Their meds should be given for life.
10 are still in the clinic. One of them is a 2-month old pup who tested positive for Parvo and is now fighting for her life. The others were treated for the deadly virus distemper, and high bacterial infection. We have yet to pay all of the bills. They will be vaccinated and spayed/neutered before they are released. They will stay in the Save ALL care homes while looking for adopters.