Pets in China

Foster a Pet

P4P is dedicated in saving lives of our little friends and to find them loving homes. RescueTreatmentRehabilitationHome. A very important step is the rehabilitation process as pets who are rescued are in a lot of stressed. Most of them had undergo sad conditions and are not ready to be adopted. As we go through with them on this process, there comes a time when they are ready for a foster home to get them ready for adoption. Most of them are even fully rehabilitated only needing a temporary home until they are adopted. 

P4P is very successful in helping pets, yet the adoption rate is much slower than the rescue process. We try our best to put these pets in foster homes, to avoid kennels and dog shelters. 

We are calling for anyone who would like foster a pet. There is no commitment, you can return the pet back to us at any time or even keep them forever! Medical and any treatment expenses will also be covered by P4P.

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To shave or not to shave / 需要帮狗狗剃毛还是不需要

Though it may seem like a no-brainer to shave your dog or cat when summer comes, does it really keep pets cooler? Veterinarians often advise against shaving cats and dogs for a simple reason: Your pet's hair isn't like yours.



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Registering your Dog in Shanghai


  1. The dog has to live with you at least for 10 days and showing no sign of disease (diarrhea/ vomiting).
  2. The dog has to be at least 12 weeks old.
  3. Breeds like Mastiff, Bulldog, German Shepherd and Doberman are not allowed.
  4. You can only register ONE dog per household.
  5. The period of renewing licenses of already registered dogs is from May 1st until June 30th. Dogs that apply for their first license may do so at any time during the year
    *All dog licenses expire on April 30th every year.

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