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Raina Chan (Dog)

Breed: Mixed Breed | Adopted Aug 2012

Alex Chan has a dog named Raina Chan that he adopted in August 2012. Raina was a rescue from WAG, a local no-kill shelter in Whistler, Canada. Volunteers rescued the entire litter at an estimated 1-week old but the mom was nowhere to be found. The young pups were too young to be separated from their mother so volunteers searched high and low for the mom the following days. After reaching a few locals in the area, they were able to find the mom abandoned in a backyard. She was so weak that her ribs were showing and she was unable to produce milk. Regardless, the puppies needed their mom. She was brought to the shelter and named Lucky. The fortunate mom was reunited with her puppies and she now had a team of volunteers to help. With a little determination, only one puppy was lost and the rest grew strong and healthy. Lucky began feeling better, and trusting people again. Shortly after, Raina was adopted and she lived a beautiful life with a mountain as her backyard.

Raina passed away on June 13, 2023.

Snoopy (Dog)

Breed: Beagle

Alex Chan had a dog named Snoopy while in Hong Kong. While he never cared for the cartoon, he loved the dog and often snuck into his kennel as a child to play with the Golden Retriever. He was heartbroken when the family moved to Canada and was forced to leave the pup behind.

Alex Chan

Alex Chan Pets


April 19, 1982 (42)

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Alex Chan is a Canadian entrepreneur and philanthropist. A serial entrepreneur and investor, he has founded many successful businesses over the past decades. His expertise ranges from online marketing to global acquisitions, and he is always on the lookout for the next big thing in tech.

After settling in Whistler, BC in 2010, Alex Chan started AntiSocial Solutions, a North American marketing agency that serviced national and global brands across the country. Through the business, Alex was able to support various charitable causes such as the Heart and Stroke Foundation, BC Children’s Foundation, and overseas groups like the Cambodian Children’s Fund. A few years later, AntiSocial Solutions secured it’s name in Canada which led to an acquisition by Thinkingbox.

After receiving tragic news about his dog, Raina, he settled back into Whistler, Canada in 2022 to look after her.