The Animal Emergency Centre is Hong Kong's only dedicated veterinary emergency referral clinic in Hong Kong. The Animal Emergency Centre operates when other vet clinics are closed, at night and on Public Holidays. We are open when your regular vet is not. However, we also understand and value the relationship that you have with your regular veterinarian. That's why we work in partnership with your regular vet to provide your pets the best possible care in every situation at any time of day.
At ePet.hk it is our vision to create a simple, fun and exciting shopping experience for our customers and their pets by offering a complete selection of pet-related products. We not only offer all our customers the best service but in addition to this you can find huge savings off all your pet food and accessories in our online pet shop, unique not to be missed daily deals and exclusive promotions.
At ePet.hk you can buy online and request a delivery date at a time that suits. You also have the option of free delivery when you spend over HK$200. We guarantee that any product bought from ePet.hk not only comes with our price match promise but also a 100% satisfaction guarantee with a 30 day no quibble returns, so you can shop in complete confidence.
We also realise that in today's world our customers' lives are filled with competing demands for their time. To help make caring for their pets a little easier, our store is designed to be quick and easy to use. You can now have all of your favourite pet products available for sale online and conveniently delivered to your door.
Ferndale Kennels are located amongst the scenic hills of Sai Kung Country Park. We have a large secure compound and at least twice a day the dogs are allowed to spend time running around freely on an individual basis. We are the only British owned and managed kennels in Hong Kong and the owner is Stacy Tucker. Stacy having spent over 10 years in the veterinary business in Hong Kong. She holds a Diploma in Animal Husbandry and also is a qualified Pet Nutrition consultant. Your pet is our pet during their stay at Ferndales. We are open 365 days a year, but please note that early bookings are essential for holiday periods.
SX-2031 Pak Tam Chung
Sai Kung Country Park
Fax: +852 2792 4340
Phone: +852 2792 4642
Phone: +852 2791 9330
Phone: +852 2791 9330
General enquiries only
Phone: +852 2791 1776
For after hours emergencies
Phone: +852 9486 4085
HKDR was founded in 2003 for the specific purpose of saving dogs and puppies from the Hong Kong Government's Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) Animal Management Centres, where around 10,000 dogs and puppies are destroyed every year. A lot them of are family pets that have been abandoned on the street or in country parks, while others have been directly surrendered. Many are puppies that are the result of irresponsible owners not desexing their pets, or are those born to abandoned or stray dogs. They all have one thing in common and that is that they are homeless and unwanted, and have just four days to live unless they are chosen for re-homing.
HKDR is funded solely by private donations, sponsorship through the Life Saver Club programme, the sale of HKDR merchandise and fundraising events. All of the dogs and puppies that HKDR take in for re-homing are health checked, vaccinated, given flea, tick and heartworm prevention and de-sexed. Those who require additional veterinary treatment or surgery are given the best available. Dogs with behaviour problems are rehabilitated using Positive Reinforcement training methods to make them ready for adoption.
HKDR relies heavily on the time and efforts of dedicated volunteers to be able to operate and many of the important functions of the organisation are handled solely by such volunteers, such as our Foster and Life Saver Club programmes, and even the Volunteer Coordination itself.
HKDR is proud to be a No Kill Organisation, meaning that no dog under our care will be euthanised for any reason other than when it is the only humane option.
Tai Po Kennels & Homing Centre:
6 Shek Lin Road, Tai Po, Hong Kong
Fax(Off-site): 2508 1853
Opening hours: 10:00am-6:00pm - DAILY (for adoptions and volunteers)
Ap Lei Chau Homing Centre and Retail Outlet:
Location: 21 Main Street, Ap Lei Chau
Business hours: 10:00am-6:00pm - DAILY
(Volunteer hours: 9:00am-7:00pm - DAILY)
Hong Kong Dog Rescue
Unit 6 G/F
Aberdeen Marina Tower
8 Shum WanRoad,
Aberdeen Hong Kong
(Please note, this is only a mailing address. No staff or dogs reside at this location)
Kennel Van Dego was founded in January 1981. Since then the kennel has been running by the owner up to now.
The company business deals mainly in pets boarding, training, pet importation and exportation, pet food delivery. The kennel is known for it's good service, clean and spacious. Because of the reliable service, we are highly recommended by other pet organizations as well as many professional veterinary practices.
It is now one of the largest boarding establishment in Hong Kong. Our pledge is to provide good and reliable pet services. The kennel has been chosen to be interview by numbers of different media. Such as: T.V. media in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan. Many other magazine and newspaper media.
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 12:30 a.m., 1:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday &
public holidays: 10:00 - 12:30 a.m., 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Everyday lunch break: 12:30 - 01:30 p.m. (Can not visit, check in and check out during this time)
Daily visiting hours: 10:00 - 12:00 a.m. & 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Office close day
1st January (New years day)
Chinese new year day (first two days)
25th December (Christmas day), 26th December
The Kennel is located at Sai Kung, the most beautiful back garden of Hong Kong.
No. 1-3 Shek Hang Village
Yan Yee Road, Tai Mong Tsai
Sai Kung, Kowloon Hong Kong
852-27926889 with answering machine 852-27911558
852-27921047 24 hours available
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (HK)
The SPCA (HK) was formed in 1921 by a group of volunteers. Throughout the decades, the SPCA (HK) has been working for the humane treatment and protection of animals. It has fought animal abuse, and through public education, has promoted humane understanding and a community responsibility to protect and co-exist with animals. Its message continues to be that RESPECT FOR LIFE BEGINS WITH CONCERN FOR ANIMALS.
The SPCA (HK) has introduced a number of programmes to help the community to improve animal welfare. Besides finding caring owners for the stray and abandoned animals, the SPCA (HK) promotes animal birth control through various programmes that allow the owned, loosely-owned and stray animals to be desexed. The SPCA (HK) also operates eight animal clinics, several of them equipped with surgical facilities, to provide welfare for animals throughout Hong Kong.
The SPCA (HK) continues its efforts to ensure that people and all animals can co-exist in harmony.