One of the interesting things we’ve found in our rescue partnership with China is translating the names given to our meat trade survivors by their rescuers in China. PiDan is one example. PiDan is a preserved egg, or a century egg, which is a delicacy in Chinese cuisine. One look at this chubby little egg shaped girl, and we can see why they called her this!!
PiDan is approximately 1 year old and is a little girl who, despite her sad start in life, loves human companionship. She also loves the company of other dogs and plays like nobody’s business in the play yard. She is looking for a forever family to call her own.
PiDan’s adoption fee is $500. and includes her spay, up to date vaccinations and micro chip.
If you are interested in meeting this sweet little girl, please complete the adoption application. Once the application has been received and reviewed, we will be in touch to set up a meet and greet.