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   Woof for Sorrow or Love?

Fong, Tsz Yan (Connie)
Department of Journalism

16 Min
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Eddie, the founder of DOGroom, introduces his pet hotel facilities. The targets are pet dogs that are very popular in Hong Kong. | The Hong Kong Pet Memorial Service is a commercial company dealing with animal remains. Founder Peggy explains the one-stop service of their shop. | The Animal Protection Charity Association has organized an Adoption Day. Michelle is a volunteer at the Association. She talks about the tragic story of the stray dog Tedd and the reason why the dog was abandoned. About six or seven dogs are usually adopted on each adoption day. Peggy told us that many animal volunteers take the bodies of stray cats and dogs to the memorial for cremation. | Founder of the Sai Kung Stray Dog Association Narelle Pamuk explains the reason for the establishment of the Association where 110 stray dogs are now being sheltered. | Angela Chan talks about her story of adopting her dog Momo. Narelle Pamuk explains how she teaches first-time dog owners to treat their dogs as if they are their children… | Ivan Li is the owner of his pet dog Xibala. He talks about the dramatic process of getting his dog neutered. | Narelle Pamuk explains the benefits of stray dog neutering. | Jessie Ng, founder of Animal Friend Organisation, said they have sterilized more than 10,000 cats and dogs in the past seven years. When she moved to the New Territories she found that there are many stray dogs and discovered that many dog owners just don't know (how to care for their dogs).


Fong, Tsz Yan (Connie). (2018). Woof for Sorrow or Love?. Retrieved from HKBU Heritage:

Fong, Tsz Yan (Connie). "Woof for Sorrow or Love?". HKBU Heritage. HKBU Library, 2018. Web. 22 Jan. 2020.

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