Back in January, Heidi had the honor to be the very first ‘CARFIE Of The Week’ of 2020. Well, it’s nine months later, and she is still waiting for someone to take her home. It is not too late though ― 2020 can still become Heidi’s year! Read more »
This post is way overdue, but better late than never, right? When the corona-virus outbreak hit, quite some of our volunteers and foster families left the island. Meanwhile the number of dogs in our care has only grown amid the pandemic. Read more »
This week, we’d like to introduce you to Bruno. He’s a young dog (about two years old) with a lot of potential; he learns quickly and responds well to guidance. Can you help us find this boy his forever family?
This week, we’re putting CARFIE Linda in the spotlight. She is about 4,5 years old and has been in our care for the last 2,5 years. Since May, she has been living with her foster family. And as much as she loves her foster family (and vice versa), foster is just a pit stop, with a forever home as the finish line. Read more »
If you want to adopt a sweet and relaxed senior dog, look no further. Pauli is your man. Just look into those brown eyes and let this guy melt your heart!
Scarlett is a 3-year old dog who came into our care 1,5 years ago. When we first rescued her, she was pregnant. Fortunately, there was a foster family available and willing to take her in.
Please welcome five of our latest rescues! We didn’t get around to telling you yet (busy, busy…), but last month, we also rescued a litter of 5 puppies; all of them in bad shape.
Not everyone knows this, but dental care for your dog is so very important. One of our latest rescues, Sosa, had very serious dental issues. WARNING ― distressing images!
Need help deciding where to eat? There are a number of dog friendly restaurants in Curaçao that allow you to have your dog by your side.
* Restaurants may have adjusted opening hours due to the global pandemic, we recommend contacting them for reservations if you are planning to visit them.
Sometimes we’re lost for words, like in the case of Emilia, one of our latest rescues. WARNING ― distressing images!