The story of dog brothers Harry and Potter shows to everyone the true meaning of a second chance. Harry and Potter came to live in the PPAR Shelter the summer of 2016 when they were just small puppies. Sadly, they were abandoned by their previous owners and were almost caught by dog catchers in Minhang district. The Ayi of our shelter took them inside to keep them safe, even though our shelter is a sanctuary for cats.
Soon after their rescue they were both check by a vet doctor, received parasite control, were vaccinated and in time they were sterilized. Since the beginning they were both very cute, but they had different characteristics. Harry is vivacious while Potter is more quiet. These two little boys were together all the time, as brothers and best friends, and always loved each other deeply.
In PPAR we knew they could not be separated, so we started to look for a forever loving home for them together. Luckily for us one of our foreign volunteers (Ms. Cheryl Kennedy) found the perfect adoptive family for Harry and Potter in Canada. They both flew to Canada at the beginning of May 2017 and they are the happiest “Canadian” dogs every since!
Here are the words of Harry and Potter’s adoptive mom and dad:
"We could not be happier to have Harry and Potter in our lives. They are so sweet and endearing. They have overcome a lot. When they arrived they were afraid of almost everything and now the even go up to strangers to be pet. They get a lot of exercise here and are always tired and happy at the end of the day. We are as blessed to have them as they are to have us."
Angela and Hasan Aziz
New Brunswick, Canada