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Some of these animals may be adopted or could be pending adoption as you are reading their profiles. Please give us a call at 6287 5355 ext 24 to verify the adoption status of the animal you are interested in. Thank you very much!

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Gender: Male
Breed: Alaskan Malamute
Colour: Black / White
Age: 5 yrs 1 mth
Not HDB Approved 

Remember the Husky that was kick and punch by its owner. This cheeky boy is looking for a home where he can gain confidence and feel settled. He is very sweet and loves the company of people that he has bonded with. He can live with older teenage children, would like to be the only pet in the home.

Gender: Male
Breed: Cross Breed
Colour: Brown/Tan
Age: 4 yrs 9 mths
HDB Approved 
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Rover is an energetic boy who loves to go on his walks. He's currently learning good manners to be calm and polite while interacting with humans and is showing progress. Vocal, Rover barks to tell you what he wants. Rover is not picky with food and will give his utmost attention to you during training when food is used. Also, give him a bone and he will be super happy and contented!  This bubbly boy would like a human buddy to play with him and pet him. Give him a good rub on his neck and back and he will reciprocate with tons of love!


Gender: Male
Breed: Cross Breed
Colour: Tan/White
Age: 6 yrs 4 mths
HDB Approved 
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Life in a shelter can be pretty mundane for a grown boy like Wells, but he looks forward to two things everyday: Going for a walk and returning to curl up in his bed! Wells learns well (no pun intended) when situations or challenges are turned into games – this was how he overcame his fear of climbing overhead bridges. He may be a little harder to please when it comes to food, but once you find out what appeals to him, you will find him clamouring for more! Being slightly smaller than most Singapore Specials, Project Adore has given Wells a better shot at finding a place to call home, and should be seriously considered by HDB-owners looking to adopt a dog.

Gender: Male
Breed: Cross Breed
Colour: Black/Tan
Age: 6 yrs 1 mth
Not HDB Approved 
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You'd be likely to pause at Alibi's kennel due to his unique name or his pixie ears and definitive markings. Alibi loves interaction with humans and demonstrates intelligence in his learning potential by picking up new tricks quickly. While he is not very comfortable in the proximity of other 4-legged friends, consistent counter-conditioning has proved to be a promising start and needs to be reinforced over time. Alibi also enjoys playing fetch and can't wait for you to come play a round with him!


  • Learning with humane approaches and rewards, such as food and play

  • Walks - may be excited at the start, but is able to walk nicely when he's rewarded well for doing so

• To be scratched under his neck and along his lower back, but not for too long AVOID:
• Touching him when he's eating
• Dogs - keep at least 5m away from another dog 


Gender: Male
Breed: Cross Breed
Colour: Black / Tan
Age: 6 yrs 10 mths
Not HDB Approved 
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Dhoby is a very active dog who can't wait to go for walks. He will happily greet every familiar person he meets and can be overexcited when doing so. He is a very intelligent dog who picks up new things quickly. Dhoby is not comfortable with people touching his paws, mouth and head, especially through restraint and force. But through force-free counter-conditioning and desensitisation training done at the correct pace, he is learning that touching him is nothing he needs to be afraid of.

Dhoby needs a family with a orderly life that has a lot of time to spend with him and which will continue his force-free training.


  • Showing off my tricks
  • Hanging around with humans
  • Playing fetch (I will defend my toys so watch your hand, and trade me for the toy with another toy)


  • Petting me too long, especially on my head (I like short calm strokes on my back)
  • Introducing me to other dogs too quickly (I need time to learn to be calm around them) 



This dog marked Adoption By Appointment (ABA) will require you to make a prior appointment to view and interact with him. He needs more specialized care and training and therefore a counselor well versed with this dog will be at hand during the appointed meeting. Please call 62875355 ext 24 to make an appointment. If you are unable to get through to speak to someone, please leave a voice message and a staff or volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible.


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