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Beautiful cat “Mimi” needs a home! PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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Introduction: Hi everyone, my name is Mimi.

 

 

Background: I was brought to ICVS by a very kind lady that found me in the street. I had lost an eye recently. I had also been in an accident previously where my hind legs were broken. My legs have healed and I am not in any pain, but I walk with a hobble and can only climb onto low surfaces. I am now fully recovered after my eye repair surgery at ICVS and am healthy. I am hoping for a special family that will adopt me and love me for the very special and courageous cat that I am.

 

 

Personality: I am gentle and a bit shy. I am not at all aggressive and never hiss, swat or bite. I love being cuddled and petted and purr tons when I can snuggle up with people.

 

 

Ideal home: I am not very fast moving so would prefer a calm and quiet environment with an individual or a couple with no children or other pets.

 

 

Breed: I'm a short-haired white cat.

 

 

Sex and age: I am a young spayed female cat, about 1-2 years old.

 

 

Medical notes: I am healthy and have had eye repair surgery at ICVS and am fully vaccinated, dewormed and on flea and tick preventives.

 

 

Post-adoption care: I'm fortunate because The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) has enrolled me in their Rescued/Stray/Rehomed Pet Adoption Benefits Program. ICVS will provide my new family with significant discounts (up to 50%) on my health examinations and vaccinations during my first year of life with my new family!

 

 

Official Vaccination Certificate: With my rabies vaccination, ICVS will issue my new family with an official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (e.g. Vaccination red book) at no charge! I need this official vaccination red book to prove I have been legally and properly rabies vaccinated. I must have this official vaccination red book in order to move to another city or to leave China with my new family.

 

 

Pet Import/Export Counseling: ICVS will provide my family with unlimited relocation counseling and accurate information so I can go with them when it is time to move to another city or to relocate to another country.

 

 

Door-to-Door Pet Transport Service: ICVS can help my new family arrange for a car and driver service to take me door-to-door for my appointments at the hospital! Contact ICVS: www.ICVSASIA.com

 

 

ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs:

Please support and donate to the ICVS Non-Profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs.

 

Your donations support ICVS in helping the many pets like Mimi and the many stray/rescued/abandoned and shelter animals in our community. The pets receive medical care, treatments, good nutrition and socialization with love and empathy that allows them to become healthy adoptable pets!

 

 

Please contact the International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) for more information:

Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Website: www.ICVSASIA.com

 

 

 

 

 
Tibetan Mastiff Rescue at ICVS- Your suport is needed! PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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ICVS veterinarian, Dr. Wang, examining a rescued Tibetan Mastiff at the shelter.

 

Every year hundreds of thousands of dogs are being slaughtered for

their meat, fur and skin in China. Many of these dogs are abandoned

strays, stolen pets and discarded dogs that could not be sold by breeders.

Kept in desperate conditions without food and water for days, the dogs

are loaded into cramped cages on trucks to be sent to slaughterhouses

across the country.

 

In February 2015, about 150 large dogs were found on a truck in

North China, destined for the dog meat markets. On board this truck

were 20 Tibetan Mastiffs. A group of volunteers rescued the dogs

and the surviving animals were sent to shelters in several cities in

North China.

 

ICVS is working with the rescue volunteers and a local shelter to

provide medical care and treatment and to find adoption families

for 8 of these beautiful Tibetan Mastiffs.

 

 

 

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"Blackie," rescued Tibetan Mastiff recuperating at ICVS after wound treatment and spay surgery.

 

The Tibetan Mastiffs under our care are in need of vaccinations,

flea and tick treatments, microchipping, neutering/spaying and

medical treatment and surgeries for injuries, wounds and other

treatable health issues.

 

ICVS is donating the skills and services of our veterinary surgeons,

veterinary technicians, administration and management staff and

our facilities in the care and treatment of these Tibetan Mastiffs

and the many stray/rescued/abandoned pets that we care for

every year. We need the help of the community to please donate

funds towards the cost of medical supplies, drugs, vaccines and

nutritious pet foods to care for these beautiful animals.

 

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ICVS volunteer, Karen Donaldson, and Ms. Zhang with rescued Tibetan Mastiff at the shelter.

 

Our rescue work and the plight of these amazing Tibetan Mastiffs

are featured in The New York Times (VPN required in China).

 

Please click HERE to read the full New York Times article on

the ICVS web site.

 

Donations may be made through Paypal on the ICVS web site:

www.ICVSASIA.com

 

Thank you very much for your kind and generous support!

Mary Peng

CEO & Founder

International Center for Veterinary Services

 

 

©2015 International Center for Veterinary Services. All rights reserved.

 

 

 
Departing from China with Pets: Step-by-Step Guide for Pet Owners, Sept. 12th PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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It is never too early to begin preparations for overseas travel with pets! Come join the experts from ICVS as we share step-by-step instructions on the exit process, microchipping, vaccinations and other requirements to help you prepare for a smooth departure from China and an easy entry to your next destination country. ICVS has helped pets from China depart for more than 180 destination countries. We have been working with the PRC Entry-Exit Quarantine and Inspection Bureau since 1996 and have cumulative and comprehensive knowledge of the regulations that we share with pet owners. The ICVS official Animal Health and Immunity Certificates (e.g., vaccination red books) are the gold standard in China and help pet owners ensure a smooth experience at the time of the mandatory exit health examination at the Quarantine Bureau.

 

ICVS clients receive unlimited, complimentary pet relocation, import and export counseling from our pet relocation experts. Our mission is to help pet owners keep the whole family and pets together when it is time to depart!

 

 

Date:             Saturday, September 12, 2015

Time:             11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Place:            International Center for Veterinary Services

 

 

This session is FREE! Everyone is welcome! RSVP by September 11th, 2015 to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

PRC Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau Latest Update:

Any dog that tests positive for heartworm will not be granted an exit permit to leave China. This requirement will now be strictly enforced at the time of the exit health examination at the Quarantine Bureau's officially designated animal hospital (conducted 7-days before departure). Please ensure your dogs are heartworm tested annually and are on year-round heartworm preventives. Heartworm is treatable but the safest treatment protocol may take six-months or more. For more information about heartworm testing and preventatives to ensure your dogs are heartworm free, please contact ICVS: www.ICVSASIA.com

 

 

ICVS offers its express and affordable rabies antibody titre testing service for departing pets. Please join the experts from ICVS as we provide guidance on import/export requirements for all countries with specific focus on strict quarantine control destinations and rabies antibody titre testing and other requirements, including the European Union, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, South Korea, South Africa, Saudia Arabia, Dubai and more!

 

The LATEST airline regulations for transporting pets during summer and the CURRENT 2015 regulations for pets departing China and entering into European Union countries, North America, South America, Middle East/Africa, Asia and Australia/New Zealand. We will be sharing advice on pet transport safety, choosing airlines and minimizing travel-related stress for you and your pets. New airline regulations for cargo transport and “summer and winter blackout” periods affecting pet travel will be shared.

 

City Weekend Magazine says:

"This extraordinarily informative discussion will help you take Fluffy home with the least amount of hassle possible. The ICVS staff are well-versed in international quarantine laws and also the Chinese pet vaccination and veterinary system. If you're planning on leaving sometime this year, this is a must-attend event."

 

http://www.icvsasia.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=93%3Adeparting-china-with-pets-info-session&catid=42%3Acommunity-events&Itemid=49&lang=en

 

 

ICVS experts will also answer your questions on:

 

-       Required vaccinations and pre-departure screening health examination to ensure smooth departure from China

-       Obtaining the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (vaccination red book) required for export

-       Obtaining the EU microchip required for the official exit health examination to take pets out of China

-       Fulfilling pet import requirements for European Union and strict quarantine control destinations (e.g., Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, etc.)

-       Completing the rabies antibody titre test required to take pets into the European Union and other countries

-       Transporting pet by “excess check-in baggage” or unaccompanied live animal “cargo” transport

-       Taking multiple pets out of China under the "one-pet-per-passport" regulation

-       Taking pets out of China when the owner has to leave the country first

-       Managing the process without the assistance of a pet relocation company

-       Exporting rabbits and other exotic animals

-       Reducing the stress of travel on pets and pet owners

-       Safe and effective calming remedies to help pets during travel

 

The International Center for Veterinary Services is an officially designated animal vaccination hospital and can provide the required legal rabies vaccination and official vaccination certificate for export, microchipping and rabies antibody titre testing for EU and all other countries. ICVS is delighted to provide this service to all pet owners, especially the international community.

 

ICVS is a high-quality, affordable full service medical and pet care facility with well-trained professionals to serve all your needs. Services include spay/neuter and all other surgeries, dentals, hospitalization, vaccinations, microchipping, rabies antibody titre testing for export, laboratory diagnostics and blood tests, X-rays & ultrasound. Import/export counseling, boarding, grooming, dog training and pet shop available. Legal rabies vaccines. All services in English and Mandarin.

 

 

Location: International Center for Veterinary Services

No. 13-16 Rong Ke Gan Lan Cheng Shang Jie, Fu Tong Xi Da Jie, Wangjing, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100102 (Across the street from the Mercedes Benz Tower & behind the Smile Angel Children’s Hospital)

地址:北京新天地国际动物医院, 北京市朝阳区望京阜通西大街融科橄榄城商街13-16

 

 

CONTACT ICVS FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Web site: www.ICVSASIA.com

 

 

©2006-2015 International Center for Veterinary Services. All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 
2015/2016 Dog Registration Drive is Now Underway! PDF Print E-mail

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Dear Dog Owners and Friends,

 

The annual dog registration drive is now officially underway in Beijing. The registration licenses of all registered dogs in Beijing municipality expired on April 30, 2015.

 

 

The dog license registration renewal period will run from May 1 to June 30, 2015. New dog licenses will be valid from May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016.

 

 

ICVS strongly recommends that all dog owners renew dog licenses before May 25, 2015 as the annual crackdown on unlicensed dogs usually begins the last week in May and may last until early July.

 

 

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To renew your dog license, you must present your official rabies vaccination red book with proof of a rabies vaccine for your dog within the past 12-months.

 

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Information on officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospitals:

http://www.icvsasia.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51&Itemid=72&lang=en

 

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Dog Licensing Fees:

The initial dog license registration fee is RMB 1,000.00 for each dog and RMB 500.00 for annual renewal in these 8 districts: Chaoyang, Dongcheng, Xicheng, Chongwen, Xuanwu, Haidian, Fengtai, and Shijingshan.

 

Dog license registration fees may be less in other districts. Kindly check with your local Public Security Bureau to confirm.

 

 

Dog Registration Discounts for Spayed/Neutered Dogs:

 

If you have a dog that was spayed or neutered at a legally registered animal hospital in Beijing, you may be entitled to a 50% discount on your licensing fee at the Public Security Bureau. Obtain the official spay/neuter certificate from your animal hospital and present it at the time of registration to the Public Security Bureau.

 

 

Vaccination Discounts for Licensed Dogs at ICVS:

All dogs with valid licenses and fa piaos from the Public Security Bureau issued after May 1, 2015, receive discounts of up to 50% at ICVS on rabies and distemper vaccinations. If your new dog license and fa piao is issued from Chaoyang District, your rabies vaccination is FREE at ICVS!

 

Please bring your dog license and fa piao to ICVS at the time of your appointment to enjoy the vaccination discounts for licensed dogs!

 

If you have a new dog that has not yet been registered, please do so immediately.

 

 

Step-by-step guidelines on registering dogs on the ICVS web site:

http://www.icvsasia.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70%3Aregistering-dogs-in-beijing&catid=45%3Aregistering-dogs-in-china&Itemid=73&lang=en

 

 

Regulations on Large Dogs in Beijing:

http://www.icvsasia.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=292%3Astrict-enforcement-of-dog-registration-and-ban-on-large-dogs-in-8-key-districts-of-beijing&catid=45%3Aregistering-dogs-in-china&Itemid=73&lang=en

 

 

If you have a large dog and live in an area where large dogs are prohibited, please contact ICVS for assistance on how to legally register your dog and to keep your pet protected:

 

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Tel: (010) 8456-1939/8456-1940

Web site: www.ICVSASIA.com

 

ICVS is open daily and is always happy to help!

 

 

©2015 International Center for Veterinary Services. All rights reserved.

 

 

 
Puppy "JuBi" Survived Parvovirus with your generous support! PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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Little "JuBi" was found in the streets by a kind person and then rescued and adopted by the Kim family.

 

 

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Within 24-hours of her rescue and adoption, JuBi began vomiting and had very bad diarrhea. Her mommy and daddy brought her to the International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) where she was thoroughly examined and tested. Unfortunately, JuBi was positive for Parvovirus, an infectious viral disease that can be fatal for most dogs. JuBi was very sick and has been hospitalized and treated at ICVS for over two-weeks. Jubi had a very strong will to survive and knew she was deeply loved by her family. With the generous donations from members of the community, Jubi was able to continue her life-saving treatments and hospitalized care. Jubi is now fully recovered and a Parvovirus survivor. She is truly a miracle puppy and is now completing her puppy vaccinations and will be spayed soon! 

Jubi, the Kim family and ICVS thank all of you for your kind support, well wishes and generous donations!

 

With your continued donations and support, ICVS can help beautiful pets like JuBi receive the life-saving medications and treatments necessary to overcome diseases such as Parvovirus. Thank you so much for your continued support.

Please learn more about how you can support the ICVS Non-profit Humane Animal Welfare Programs by visiting this link!

 

 

 

 
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我们希望我们的孩子,宠物和家人在喷洒驱虫药期间和之后也能安全的在小区里活动。

 

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NEW Location in Wangjing:

No. 13-16 Rong Ke Gan Lan Cheng Shang Jie

Fu Tong Xi Da Jie, Wang Jing

Chaoyang District, Beijing, PRC 100102

 

 

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