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Especially if like to see a local animal rescue in action, walk our dogs on the nearby beach, help clean the kennels, pet the cats, play with the kittens, see the happy faces at feeding time. Our staff are more than happy to direct you to splendid...more
n. 11 Roxas Avenue, Kalibo, Aklan Province 5600, Philippines
Please everyone go here! It's such an amazing place for animallovers. Went to both locations, one in town for newly rescued cats and dogs in need of intensive care, the other at the edge of town with more advanced shelter facilities.
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We had some time to kill in kalibo and we had read about this place. We arrived unannounced and we were instantly welcomed in. They have so many rescues in this place. All the dogs were very excited as we walked in. We spent some...More
Stopped by unannounced and was made to feel so welcome. Was showed around the place and fussed the many dogs who had so much energy and enthusiasm. Lots of love around the place and you feel the compassion and care everyone has for every cat...More
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AklanAnimalRescue, Owner at Aklan Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Center, responded to this reviewResponded 13 February 2017
They're still with us, but indeed, their chances aren't that great but we are doing our best. Thx for the donation! Mich.
Walking in to the beautiful house where the shelter is located was such an emotional experience. As an animal lover it was hard not to burst into tears when I was greeted by dogs big and small, some were limping, some could barely walk, one...More
In the Philippines there seems to be a lot of stray dogs, I was extremely lucky and grateful to visit here. While it is confronting, you can still see the joy and love in the dogs' faces.
I went on a beach walk with a...More
Beaches, waterfalls, caves, diving, and throw in the odd museum. That’s tourism in the Philippines. I needed a break to do a different activity, and lo and behold I see this place listed as a “thing to do” in Kalibo. I just dropped by without...More
Took a tricycle from the airport to this beautiful house, it is home to over 30 dogs and many cats that were injured or in need of special care in order to be adopted out. The lady at the centre is super nice and willing...More
The guys at AARRC are the best. Jenie Mae from the Center traveled to Boracay to pick up a sick puppy I had found on the beach. The puppy received medical treatment and great care and has had a great time living with all the...More
Being around handicapped dogs is a unique experience. They just crave for your attention. Bridges is blind, but still young at heart, and plays with both humans and dogs. Tina and Midnight back legs are paralyzed, so they could only go for a walk at...More