Hong Kong

12 December, 2014
WDA was founded in Hong Kong
26 September, 2015
The First 926 Dog Lovers' Day

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

26 September, 2017
"926" Dog Lovers' Day - Genlin's Special for Dogs Art Exhibition

Latest news

The incident of a 5-week-old cat bitten to death by a Shiba dog has sparked public outcry. The police is now investigating the case and

Amidst the new migration wave, many Hong Kongers wish to migrate with their pets but are put off by the complicated procedures, or by the

The Government announced the Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill 2021. Drivers are required to stop their vehicles when hitting dogs and cats. Violators are liable to

The Government rejected ‘Dogs and Cats Graveyard Scheme’ suggested by Legislator Gary Chan at a meeting of The Animal Rights Committee of Legislative Council previously.

At the beginning of Lunar New Year, the WDA wishes everyone and their furry kids good health and safety. Less than a week in the

The Animal Rights Committee of Legislative Council had its first meeting on 13 January. The Committee aims to enhance animal welfare in Hong Kong, and

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