Tag Archives: dogs

New Leash on Life: Fox

So-U.TV this time brings you the story of Fox. A new born puppy contained with Parvovirus inflection when Sally Anderson first found her. Fox has been taken care by HKDR for seven months. Today Fox find new home and begin her new life. This is a heart warming moment that all animal lover don’t want to miss, see it all here.

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Home a Dog Sundays

If you like cute puppies, you will love this video! So-U.TV was at the launch of ‘Sunday Puppy’, the latest puppy homing event from the Hong Kong Dog Rescue. A great opportunity for dog lovers to meet and play with puppies, and maybe find their future pet-to-be.

New Leash on Life: Bread and Egg

So-U.TV brings you another episode of New Leash on Life. This time the team spoke to Sally Anderson from the Hong Kong Dog Rescue about Bread and Egg, two adorable sharpei pups that were so tiny that nobody didn’t expected them to survive.

Hayden Christensen and Pup on GQ Style Italy

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The pup and Hayden Christensen (the young adult Anakin Skywalker from Star Wars) are neck to neck in terms of cuteness in the cover of the spring/summer issue of GQ Style Italy photographed by Guy Aroch. I know, it’s a tough decision isn’t it?

Starving your dogs is art?

In 2007, Guillermo Vargas Habacuc, a so called artist, took an abandoned dog from the streets, tied him to a very short rope to a wall in an art gallery, and left a kettle of food on the other side of the room, beyond his reach, and left him there to slowly die of hunger and thirst.

The so-called artist of such cruelty and the visitors of the gallery of art watched the agony of this animal. The dog finally died of famine, surely after a painful, absurd and incomprehensible torture.

The prestigious Centralamerican Biennial of Art decided that this horrible act committed by this guy was art, and Guillermo Vargas Habacuc has been invited to repeat his cruel actions in said Biennial in 2008.

Here’s the article and the petition.

Pet rights, because Hong Kong need it

Pets Central, one of Hong Kong’s larger veterinarian, is fighting a redundant law prohibiting dogs entering restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong. The fight started when Hong Kong’s Food and Environmental Health Department denied Pets Central to open a café at their flagship clinic.