Hong Kong

WDA was founded in Hong Kong
2015
The First 926 Dog Lovers' Day

Celebration of the first 926 Dog Lovers' Day was held in Hong Kong.

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World Dog Alliance (WDA) is dedicated to improving the animal welfare laws in Hong Kong that are underdeveloped and full of loopholes. What are the

The year of 2020 has finally come to an end. In 2021, the World Dog Alliance (WDA) will continue its mission to reform animal welfare

World Dog Alliance (WDA) has recently made a donation to an animal shelter in Ping Che. The shelter was heavily fined for violating the land

A dog shelter in Hong Kong was previously fined heavily by the court with a penalty of HKD 230,000. Thanks to the donation from the

An animal shelter in Ping Che was penalised with a harsh fine of HKD 230,000 for land use violation. The shelter has previously spent HKD

On 9th October 2020, Michael Wong Kin Bong, Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions (Office of Director of Public Prosecutions) replied to WDA’s letter dated

  An animal shelter in Hong Kong was fined over HKD 200,000 (~ $25,000 USD) for its failure to comply with land regulations. The court decision

Animal welfare in Hong Kong is closely tied to World Dog Alliance (WDA)’s heart. WDA has been working with Legislator Gary Chan Hak-kan (BBS, JP)

On 4th September 2020, World Dog Alliance (WDA) wrote a letter to Ms. Teresa Cheng, Secretary for Justice, to express concern on the Department of

 On 14th February 2020, 29 animals were thrown from a high-rise building in Sham Tseng. The incident took 18 innocent lives, sparking an outrage in

Luisa Tam of South China Morning Post interviewed WDA on the recent tragedy that killed 29 pets in Hong Kong.Please click the Image to read

In Hong Kong, the Dogs and Cats Ordinance was introduced by the British Hong Kong Government on 6 January 1950. It prohibits the slaughter of