Monday, May 4, 2009



Dear all,

we have many many dogs and puppies and they will soon be featured at

We hope to find them homes soon as only when they are all adopted can we move on and rescue more dogs and puppies for rehoming.

So kind people - please help us help them by circulating this link to all your friends and family.

Woof, Woof, Woof,

Sharmini Popiko Sasha (SPS)


Renegade said...

Reposted this comment.

I honestly think that you guys should test their compatibility with young children or adults.

Using the fake hand to see if they growl or attack it when it touches their food etc is also a test.

Being garang is not good. Being garang and then not garang when commanded is. We do not want them ending back up in the pound for being aggressive.

Sharmini Popiko Sasha said...

These are mixed breed and they are good natured. When they are a bit garang - it means that they are a little reserved and therefore can be trained to be cautious of strangers - thus being good guard dog material.

I have a garang girl myself - Shalini Kiki Mae and she is is very cold towards outsiders. However, she doesn't go for anyone's neck and would nip strangers who try to pat her.

The nature of a dog depends on how they are treated at home.

SPS' human.

If you give your dogs sufficient food - they would never be protective over their makan.

Renegade said...

Most dogs, even though they are fed everyday still don't know when their next meal comes and would take any food they can get their paws on.

Mixed breed or not, they are still dogs. And it would be easier for potential adopters to see which dog is more suitable for them.

For instance, if Dog A is a dog with a past filled with abuse, perhaps Dog A would be more suitable in a home without little children that tug at Dog A's fur because tugging may trigger Dog A's instinct to lash out. I still think that tests should be carried out. And I'm sure that these will not be the only dogs you adopt out. There will be adult dogs too and the tests carried out will determine whether or not/which dog is suitable for which environment.

Renegade said...

I also hope that you are aware that puppies should stay with each other preferably up till 8 weeks old (2 months) at least before being given away.

We don't want to just get dogs and adopt them out hastily because worst case scenario: They are going to end up back in the pound because their owner couldn't handle em.

Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Hello.. My name is Daniel.. Can someone please sms me @ 0126679012 if the pet adoption at the NZX Mall is still on every saturdays? My aunt has a shop there called ''My Little treasure Box'' along with my mom working there and they told me they saw people which i guess is you girls having this event for doggy and puppies adoption the past few months.. I jus wanna know if its still on so that i can come visit this weekend.. TQ.. God Bless!