A rehomed shelter dog goes missing, back in the streets again. As if the circumstances that brought them to an animal shelter weren’t tragic enough.
The brand revelation of our new software — Pawnec™️ — a wearable digital identification system to accelerate the recovery of missing pets.
How could this be? In the age of the internet and biochips, pets still go missing, never to be found by the only person they’re loyal to.
We started personalizing dog accessories two years ago. To commemorate this, we will launch today the inaugural Dog Names of the Month.
We have 4 million people in the country and about 1 million of us have dogs. There are also 2 million registered domestic cats. The number is increasing 20% every year.
We have decided to postpone the announcement and subsequent photoshoot of September’s Next Top Pawdel of the Month winner.
Featured Next Top Pawdels of the Month
A dumpling of dough is the first impression that PawParent Valerie had of the new puppy who came into her and her husband’s life.
Before Loki’s arrival, Manny and Hannah would have the usual father-daughter disagreements. Now that he is in the center of their lives, “my dad and I also have become closer and a team because he is now a Paw GrandDad.”
Toy poodle Bella may be a small dog but she is God’s biggest blessing to her pet parent. Bella the Toy Poodle is November’s Next Top Pawdel of the month.
Senior dog Rafa has been with Alexandra “Alex” Barrera’s family for the past 12 years, making him a senior citizen according to a dog’s lifetime.
Their father and mother didn’t exactly warm up to the new puppy because they felt that their little girls were not yet responsible enough to nurture and take care of one.
India is a small cocker spaniel who wins in tricks competitions and has taught her human dog trainer new lessons.
The pet beagle who gave her pet parent purpose and hope
Keeper, a hit-and-run dog, survived emotional and physical pain and was adopted by a caring animal lover, Dr. Camille Asuncion.
André was a stray dog who is appreciative of everything that is given to him because he came from a time and place where he had nothing.
Teddy, Meg’s golden retriever, saved her health and her life. A success story of an emotional support dog saving his owner’s life.
“Comfortable, cuddly, snuggly.” That’s how new pug owner Rejean Tee describes her beloved Bruno, February’s Next Top Pawdel of the Month.
JJ is January’s Next Top Pawdel of the Month, the inaugural monthly winner of the Philippine’s Next Top Pawdel. Yet at 14 years old, he is long-lived for a dog and old enough to win our vote for his heartwarming stories.