The Normal Route, Dog Island: Free Forever
Permanent residence for dogs at Dog Island is free! You will
have to pass the interview process and so will your dog. It
is not easy, we really want exceptional dogs, and we need
dogs who have been properly trained for the island. We never
make the implication that it's an easy transition, but the
dogs experience themselves anew, so it's worth it.
Dogs never want to leave the island once they experience
it, so you will not be able to have your dog again. You can
come to the public visiting days, they are three times a year.
Sometimes, someone sees their dog again. Usually the dog has
either forgotten them, or has grown to resent all the years
of captivity. Even with the sweetest relationship, it was
always wrong for the dog to not be free.
Vacation Island: Three Weeks
Vacation Island, on the other hand, is very very expensive.
It is only for rich people who have that kind of money to
spend. This is the only way to visit the island with a dog
and still come back with your dog.
If have you have the money, this is often a good way to show
your dog what it has been missing, while helping to give it
to many, many others. As a rich visitor, your dog will be
in ecstasy for three weeks. However, once that period is over,
we regret to say your relationship with your dog will be flat
for a little while, only because your dog will have had such
a great time, that he will now miss it thoroughly.
Some people have thought it to be cruel to come to Vacation
Island. However, this is not the case. We take the selfless
view here on Dog Island, and so should you and your dog. By
bringing your dog to Vacation Island, yes, you will be emotionally
teasing your dog, however, what you are doing is supporting
the freedom of so many other dogs, that we believe the sacrifice
your dog has to make is worth it.
Your dog will cry as the helicopter takes you and him away
from the Island, but his memories will live forever, and you
will have helped pave the way to a better future.
If you are very rich, and think you might want to visit the
island, please email