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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:


Thank you very much for your kind and generous support!

Mary Peng

CEO & Founder

International Center for Veterinary Services



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







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!




“Trap-Neuter-Return Workshop – Humanely & Effectively Managing Stray Cats” September 23, 2017 PDF Print E-mail


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“Trap-Neuter-Return Workshop – Humanely & Effectively Managing Stray Cats”


At The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS)



Are you living with an ever-expanding colony of stray cats in your compound? Come learn about Trap-Neuter-Return, the most humane and effective method available to end the severe feral and stray cat overpopulation crisis in Beijing. The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) is providing FREE TNR training and certification to cat care providers and volunteers to promote the development of community-wide TNR programs. Certified TNR practitioners may borrow traps for FREE from the ICVS trap bank and request assistance from ICVS TNR experts and volunteers for mass trappings.


ICVS' TNR workshops and humane animal welfare programs are recognized and endorsed by the Humane Society of the United States, the Humane Society International, the International Fund for Animal Welfare,  the ASPCA and the Jane Goodall Institute China. ICVS has helped volunteers implement TNR programs at the Embassy of New Zealand, the Embassy of the United States of America and the Delegation of the European Union to China. ICVS trains student Roots & Shoots Groups from the Jane Goodall Institute in China, the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America, international and local students and private citizens working to control the stray cat populations in Beijing, Tianjin and many provinces throughout China!


Come learn more about TNR and attend the ICVS workshop to become a TNR practitioner and help effectively control the population of stray and feral cats in your neighborhood!


Watch the news report and interview with ICVS about Beijing's growing stray cat problem and how TNR is being used as a solution on CCTV News.


Read about the ICVS TNR program in The Atlantic Cities.


This event is FREE. Registration required.


Please register to ICVS by September 22, 2017, 10AM, by emailing: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it





Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Place: The International Center for Veterinary Services




Date: September 23, 2017

Time: 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Place: The International Center for Veterinary Services






Please support the ICVS non-profit TNR programs for the community. Donations may be made by scanning the ICVS WeChat QR code below:

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TNR Workshop 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


Tel./电话:(010) 8456-1939/1940


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NEW ICVS Pet Blog on! PDF Print E-mail



ICVS is delighted to announce our new pet blog on




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ICVS blog posts will cover practical advice and tips for pet owners and will appear weekly on!


New blog posts will appear every Thursday evening. Please send in your requests for topics and questions about pet care and animal healthcare!


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Please Support the ICVS Humane Animal Welfare Programs


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Contact ICVS


Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940

Mobile Hotline: (86) 138 1028 0259

(Send text message for call back service)


Fax: (010) 8456-1940



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


October National Day Holiday Operating Hours:

September 29 & 30, 2017: 9AM to 6PM


October 1st and 2nd: Closed to the Public

October 3-8, 2017: 9AM to 6PM


Regular Operating Hours Resume October 5th:

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun: 9AM to 6PM

Wednesday: 9AM to 8 PM


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