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West Bank Dogs – Where Are They Now?

It’s been just over a month since we successfully rescued 70 dogs from the West Bank, and the updates we have to share are nothing short of heartwarming. These special dogs have made their journey from uncertainty to loving homes across the United States, and we couldn’t be happier to see them thriving.

Faysal and Farouk 

Faysal and Farouk wasted no time settling into their foster home, where they’ve become part of a loving family that includes two other pups. With four dogs in the home, there is no shortage of fun, love, or snuggles. Faysal and Farouk are enjoying every moment of their newfound freedom, with a large yard to run in and woods to explore on walks. Their loving personalities shine brighter each day, and it’s a joy to see them embrace their new lives.


After a few days of well-deserved rest, Raja has transformed into a curious and playful dog who likes to show off his tricks (giving hugs, sitting, and shaking hands). He is so happy, gentle, affectionate, and eager to please. He has already learned so much and has become best buddies with Orion, his foster family’s rescue dog. Raja’s foster family adores him and has quickly discovered there’s nothing Raja loves more than getting belly rubs. 


Candy is among the first West Bank dogs to find her forever family. It was love at first sight, and her foster family knew she was meant to stay with them forever. And earlier this month, they made it official by adopting her. With her irresistible puppy eyes and loving demeanor, Candy has stolen the hearts of her new family, and they couldn’t be happier to have her as a cherished member of their household.


Sweet and curious Birka wasted no time finding her forever home. With her infectious smile and loving nature, it’s no surprise that she captured the hearts of her new family. We’re thrilled to see her settling in and receiving the love and attention she deserves in her forever home.

Jenan and Tayba

After a nearly 7,500-mile journey, Jenan and Tayba were reunited with Maad abu-Ghazalah, the founder of the Daily Hugz sanctuary. Maad was the one who rescued Jenan and Tayba from the streets in the West Bank years ago. If it weren’t for him, Jenan, Tayba, and the other 68 dogs would have never received a second chance at a happy life. We’re overjoyed to see Jenan and Tayba back in the loving arms of the person they love most. We wish them the happiest life together.

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