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Celebrate World Animal Day with PAWS this Weekend!

Posted by siyerwin on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 at 8:09 PM

The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), in cooperation with SM Mall of Asia, Alpo and Friskies, will be mounting the 2010 WORLD ANIMAL DAY Philippine celebration this weekend to celebrate animal life in all its forms and to acknowledge the diverse roles that animals play in our lives – from being our companions, supporting and enriching our existence, to bringing a sense of wonder into our lives.

October 2 - SM MALL OF ASIA

* A free screening of "THE COVE", the 2009 Academy Award-Winning Documentary about the violent dolphin trade in Japan, takes place at 11am at the Directors' Cinema of SM Mall of Asia. Very limited seating. First Come, First Serve.

* At 1pm, animal welfare groups open their booths to showcase their work and gather support from animal lovers. Participating organizations include CARA, Animal Kingdom Foundation, Earth Island Institute, WWF-Philippines, PeTA Asia Pacific, Feathered Friends Foundation, SAWS, Palawan Animal Welfare Association and PSPCA.

* A special photo exhibit on animals will also be on display as well as FREE Grooming, Pet Massage and Vet Consultation for all pets and FREE Face Painting, Caricature and Instant Photos for all kids until 4pm

* Watch the PAWS Junior Cadets get inducted during a program which starts at 3pm.

* PAWS Aspin Club members also get to mingle for their 3rd get-together with the rest of the pet-loving public the entire afternoon

* "Voices for the Voiceless" - a free concert featuring South Border, True Faith, Karylle, Rachel Alejandro, NATF, Jan Nieto, Apple Chiu, Regine Tolentino, Drizzle with DNA, Dana, Reasons, Speed Dancers, Kristen Dizon, Reema Changco, Patricia Bermudez, Marco Manalac and other surprise guests kicks off from 5pm to 8pm.

Special thanks to Pet Express, Frontline Plus, McDonald's, By Nature Handmade Soaps, The Picture Company, Human Nature, Subway, Magic 89.9, and The Philippine Star Pet Life Section.


The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), in cooperation with Eastwood Mall and Pet One, will mount a grand PET BLESSING in celebration of the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals.

Two-legged and four-legged devotees will lead the procession of the statue of St. Francis around Eastwood City starting 4pm while a special Mass for the Animals officiated by Father Joey Paras, SDB will start at 5PM at the Eastwood Open Park to be followed by the Blessing of the Animals with special guests Bituin Escalante, Regine Tolentino and Leah Patricio.

Special thanks to Frontline Plus, Merial Philippines and the Philippine Star Pet Life Section.

PAWS Doggie Day Out for Aspin Club Members!!!

Posted by siyerwin on Friday, August 06, 2010 at 9:39 PM

Here's a little invite for Aspin lovers out there especially to the members of the PAWS Aspin Club:

Dear PAWS Aspin Club members,

The Club's second meet-up this year provides your dogs the opportunity to be as pampered as the typical pedigreed pooch: aspins* get FREE grooming, massage, vet consultation, pet photo and doggie treats!

So mark the date - August 7 - 11:00 am to 3:30 pm - and we will see you all there.

Mabuhay ang Asong Pinoy!

-The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

* refers to aspins (mongrels/native dogs/mixed breeds) who are registered members of the PAWS Aspin Club.

Note: New registrants will be accepted at the venue. Annual registration fee is P250 and updated vaccination records must be presented.

Love your Aspin. Join the PAWS Aspin Club!

Posted by siyerwin on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at 7:12 PM


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We’ve seen it so often that most of us have begun to accept it as a way of life: purebred dogs are treated differently than native dogs even if they both live in the same house.

The native dogs stay outside & are tied up or caged for life, the perennial “bantay” in Filipino society. Bantay is usually brown or white and short-haired – the type of dog that you would usually see out in the streets. So it’s no surprise that he would always be referred to as “askal” or “asong kalye” even if he lives with a family and is never allowed to stray outside.

Bantay is not the type of dog to be cuddled as well. Barking all the time, he is expected to be scary and to drive away intruders from one’s yard.

We have seen a lot of hero dogs on TV and in the movies. But Rin-Tin-Tin, Lassie, Benjie, and Beethoven do not look like Bantay at all. So they must have been talking about a different dog when Western movies imparted those great home-grown values such as compassion and love for the dog who will give his life for its master.

The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), in cooperation with Alpo and Eastwood City, will aim to change this way of thinking through the launch of the PAWS Aspin Club on April 24 at the Eastwood Central Plaza.

The club is open to all native and mixed-breed dogs which must be friendly to both humans and other dogs. Dogs must be leashed at all times and owners must show their updated vaccination records upon registration.

The P250 annual membership fee will go to the PAWS Animal Shelter which takes care of aspins rescued from cruelty and neglect. Registration starts 3pm and the main program will begin at 4pm.

Special guest is PAWS celebrity volunteer and proud aspin owner Heart Evangelista. “We hope to change the way Filipinos look at their native & mixed breed dogs and how they treat them.”, says Heart.

PAWS has lined up a lot of fun activities such as a pet portrait area, a doggie treat cooking lesson and an agility course demonstration as well as lots of freebies for those owners who will register their dogs on April 24.

For inquiries, please email

The PAWS Aspin Club launch is made possible through the generous support of Eastwood City, Alpo, Pet Express, McDonald’s, Frontline Plus, Pooch Park, Magic 89.9, and the Philippine Star Pet Life Section.

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