To be the voice for animals who are suffering worldwide

To rescue them from imminent threat

And place them into safer environments

Adoption Pending…

Kicho

  • Breed: Pure Bali Dog
  • Age: 1.5 years
  • Gender: Female
  • Size: Small/Medium
  • Fully vaccinated
  • Spayed
  • Tick & flea treated
  • Microchipped
  • Available for adoption in US or Canada

 

  • Gets along well with other dogs
  • Leash trained
  • Fun loving & loyal
  • Very friendly

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  • Bright & bubbly
  • Calm & happy
  • Will have a chat with you
  • Loves a cuddle
  • Loyal

Loves:

  • People
  • Going on walks (preferably off leash)
  • Expressing her happiness vocally
  • Deep & meaningful eye conversations

Dislikes:

  • Overactive dogs
  • Overuse of leash

Potential:

  • Suit stable & active family
  • Suit stable & calm family

History:

Kicho was found severely neglected & abused, screaming at the top of her lungs. During her initial rescue, she was extremely fearful of humans, suffered chronic secondary skin infections & Scabies.

She had an owner who just didn’t care about her & once she fell unwell, they discarded her yet she kept coming back to her house, as all loyal dogs do.

She was confused as to why her family was rejecting her. When she was rescued, her rescuer spoke with the family who blatantly said to take her away, they didn’t want her anymore.

A few days after her rescue & staying at the vet for her treatment, Kicho started coming out of her shell. Her rescuer describes what happened as this:

“Kicho was healed externally by modern medicines & the vet. She healed herself internally almost immediately. It was so amazing to watch this girl come from a bad situation yet she still had so much love & trust to give to humans”

Kicho has found a furever home with one of IAACR’s volunteers in Oregon.
IAACR will begin fundraising the remaining money needed once her adoption fee has been paid.

Photos of Kicho’s rescue can be obtained on request.

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