We have partnered with Saving Harbin Shelter Dogs to save Dachshunds & Dogs. Chinese people eat dogs for daily. How can you even think about eating a dog for dinner?
They are saving as many dogs as they can from the being butchered and being put on someone's dinner plate.
Please help our mission and be a part of it.
This is their mission and what they are all about:
Saving Harbin Dogs is saving as many of these dogs as we can. We pull dogs from the shelter, get them medical treatment, put them into foster homes or pay to board them, while we work to find them homes outside China where they will be safe. We pay out of our own pockets and with donations. The vet bills and boarding costs are massive. Anyone who thinks that rescue is a money-making venture has never done it. Many of the dogs we take are sick or injured. All are traumatized. They have been through hell. Their lives are a testament to hope and compassion. We pick up the broken souls, try to heal them, and give them a second chance at life. We want these dogs to find the love and life they deserve. We want them to be ambassadors to spread awareness of the dog meat trade around the world. Their lives matter, and the government of China needs to know that the international community is committed to protecting these animals. The dogs in our homes that we share our lives with, are no different than the dogs that are being slaughtered for food in China every day.
The dogs in the Harbin shelter have been saved, but conditions in the shelter are poor. Shelters get no support from the government. On the contrary, animal shelters here have to fight for their right to exist. The shelter cannot afford proper food or medical care. Many days there is not enough food and the dogs go hungry. The dogs that are saved eat cornmeal and water until they are taken out of the shelter and adopted.
This was the Freedom Flight from Beijing to Miami, FL on Nov 10, 2019. Flight volunteer Jessica
This was the Freedom Flight from Beijing to NY, NY on Nov 13, 2019. Flight volunteer Todd
If you watch the video, you will see River on the back of the boat. The rescuers saved all these dogs when it flooded in October 2020 in China. Then she was transferred to Saving Harbin Rescue for medical care and to be adopted out by Dollar for Doxies Inc. River made her long journey on a 24 hour flight from China to JKF Airport in NYC on Dec 23, 2020 in cargo plane. Then a nice Gentleman by the name of Matt from another rescue in NYC drove her to Ohio to meet her momma Bridget and daddy. River has 2 other China sisters Lucy & Daisy (both dachshunds) that were already adopted from Saving Harbin Rescue back in Feb 2020. So now Bridget has 3 girls and all of them are flourishing and living a wonderful life.
Here is River now in Feb 2021. She has turned out to be daddys girl. She is learning to how to live life as a dog.
Dottie will be arriving on March 12, 2021 from Saving Harbin Dogs rescue Located in China. She will have flown over 30 hours to get to Miami for her FREEDOM FLIGHT. Our Rescue partners Elite Greyhounds has helped with getting her to the USA. Stay tuned for the Live Video on March 12, 2021 around 5:00 PM. You can watch it via The Dog Market. Then on Saturday March 13, she will be driven to South Carolina to meet her new momma and daddy.
Saving Harbin brings the dogs to get medical care, up to date on vaccinations, spay/neuter and fosters them until they are medically cleared to fly to the USA
Finding USA adopters to adopt the dogs
Flights due to covid, China Airlines has restricted their flights to Miami Airport ONLY via a cargo plane. The planes are temperature controlled. Updated March 2021
The cost to fly a dachshund on the cargo planes are now $1,500.00. The money is used for the airline approved kennel, Shots, International Micro Chip, Health Certificate, Vetting which includes up to date on shots, spay/neuter, airline flight, China Broker Fee, boarding fees before the flight, quarantine fee & airline custom fees both ways from China & into USA. Dollar for Doxies INC and Saving Harbin Rescue are not making any money on these Dogs.
Dog living happily ever after in a good USA Adopted Family Home.
You can be part of our our mission please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
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