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Care for Dogs Foundation Chiang Mai Thailand - 5 new articles
On Sunday, 27 October we held our 2013 fundraiser – the Bow Wow Brunch and Silent Auction – at the Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai. HEARTFELT THANKS to each and every 100 of you that attended / supported this important event and made it the success it was!
We truly appreciate your recognition and appreciation of the work we are doing for the animals in our community. Your donation helped to make the Bow Wow Brunch the most successful fundraiser in the seven and a half year history of Care for Dogs and shattered previous records by raising over 175,000 baht!
As you know, needy animals in our community and temples go without proper food, shelter and essential medical care every day due to a variety of factors including neglect, over breeding, cruelty, financial resources and awareness. With the generous support of people like you, we will be able to help many of these animals not only to meet essential daily needs, but to work towards a brighter future.
Education, community outreach, vaccinations, spay/neutering, food, protection, adoptions, fostering, fundraising, and necessary medical treatments for these street and temple dogs are but a few of the goals we look to accomplish.
For more information on how your donation is helping to make a difference in the lives of the dogs in our community, we invite you to visit us at http://www.facebook.com/street.dog.rescue or look around here at our website at www.carefordogs.org.
Thank you again for helping to make the day such a success!
For Many more pictures of the event just click here…
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Bailey a former rescue and her owners recently moved from southern Thailand to Mae Rim area about 20km north of Chiang Mai and 14th October when first time left alone at home Bailey jumped over the fence, may be in search for their family but now lost in a strange environment.
Female dog Bailey is about knee high, she as grey fur and lower part of her body show bare skin a bit elephant like (in treatment for skin issues, but no problems to humans). She’s wearing a green collar and a thin braided ribbon with a health medal. Bailey is rather shy to strangers but has fine character and a big heart – so she’s deeply missed by her owners. If you have info about her please contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org
An unsterilized cat can result in many litters of kittens, which can produce more litters…and the cycle just continues. Please take a look at the chart in this photo album for a better understanding.
Please be a responsible pet owner and have your pets sterilized.
When Banos arrived at our shelter three months ago, the evidence spoke for itself – Banos’ life on the streets had dealt him some harsh blows. His tail had been half chopped or bitten off, and his body was covered in wounds. Three months of medical care and TLC later, however, Banos is like a new dog! Banos is sporting an old injury that causes him to limp, but that doesn’t slow him down one bit. Banos is more than ready for his forever home. He is fabulous with all people, cats and other dogs and LOVES lots of attention and cuddles. Banos deserves much better than what he’s experienced in life so far.
Won’t you please consider being Banos’ second chance hero? To make an appointment to meet Banos, please email us at email@example.com or call us at one of the following phone numbers: 084 752 5255 (English) or 086 913 8701 (Thai).
No dog deserves to abandoned by their owner. Sadly, we see this happen all too often.
Please visit http://www.carefordogs.org/donate/ and donate today!
Brrrr…! It is getting chilly at night here in Northern Thailand – especially with all of the rain we have had lately. Our dogs are feeling the drop in temperature, but it is our puppies that need extra protection against the cool weather at night.
As you can imagine, we go through countless towels and blankets each day. Over the summer we asked for towel donations and we are so grateful for everyone who donated.
With the cool season upon us, we sure could use extra towels and blankets. Most of our blankets need replaced as they have holes in them. If you could spare a few towels or blankets, our dogs and puppies would be most appreciative. Donations can be dropped off at the shelter.
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