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Code: BFT2022

Pong Pong   

In shelter Dog

Fort Worth, TX, 76133
Pet name:
Pong Pong
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Pong Pong means Boing Boing and Pong Pongs rescuer gave her that name because when she would see him she would jump for joy, boing boing!
Her story, as related by her Korean rescuer:
""Rescuer ran into this dog chained up near a busy road. Water frozen.
He couldnt get the dog out of his mind, went back to.check on her as she looked so cold hungry and scared.
Over time, on his visit, the dog realized hes a good man and greeted with happy jump. So named her PongPong.
Over time, rescuer could be friends with the owner, and persuaded them so that he can find the dog a home.
Rescuer could turn the owners attitude towards dogs.
Owner said PongPong had 4 more siblings but they were on all his dinner plate. He used cook them with these equipments for himself.
These empty houses were the other dogs. Now no more dogs. The owner promised."


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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