A heartfelt thank-you note to HKDR and their amazing team and volunteers who held a wonderful event on 25 May 2019 – SUMMER FUNDAY FOR DOGS at a dog-friendly mall – the Pulse, Repulse Bay. And with the fair weather, the rescue dogs waiting to be homed had a great time interacting with humans who visited them, pawrents and their fur babies had a wonderful shopping time and enjoyed some pool fun on the rooftop.
Please support Life Saver Club of HKDR (Photo credit: Madi Liu of HKDR)
St. Bark was very honoured to be able to participate in this meaningful event. Not only to promote and to spread the important message to all pawrents about how crucial it is to protect dogs’ vision and fur-coat with our Anti-UV dog hats and bandanas, but also to introduce to them that these functional products are handmade by the social enterprise with Eco-friendly fabric, thus, we are able to contribute to our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) values and to enhance the love and care for our community as a whole.
Pawesome Chubby on the convertible! (Photo credit: Madi Liu of HKDR)
A Little Story of our Chief Happiness Officer – Snoopy
Snoopy, then called Frizzy, used to be one of the many skinny breeder’s dogs in an illegal puppy mill. HKDR came into rescue in 2012 and that was when our co-founders found him. He was a very shy, quiet Bichon Frise with a very wriggly tail. It was love at first sight and he came home with our co-founders in a blink. Now, he’s a cheerful boy always wearing a charming smile on his face. On the FUNDAY, Snoopy was very happy to be reunited with the HKDR family. As pawrents, we are eternally grateful to HKDR.
Snoopy the Chief Happiness Officer greeting Foxie, an old friend of his!
We all know with our furriends, it’s the beginning of a long, beautiful journey for both the pawrents and the furriends. We sincerely hope the once abandoned and forgotten dogs who had been suffering in their old lives will soon start their new lives in their forever loving home.
Sweet Jenny waiting for you to bring her home
The team getting all ready to meet the pawrents and their fur babies (Photo credit: Madi Liu of HKDR)