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Rescue Statistics

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These statistics are compiled on a monthly basis and will be updated here online when possible.

If you require further information about these statistics, please do not hesitate to contact us

    



Veterinarian needed with passion for animal welfare

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Care for Dogs is looking for a pro-active, experienced, and motivated Veterinarian (DVM) who will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Performing sterilizations (further op’s, eg. amputations, tumors, hernia etc., depending on experience)
  • Providing medical care for medical rescue cases (assessment, treatment plan, follow-up etc.)
  • Deciding whether a dog needs to be checked at another clinic (e.g. for x-ray or ultrasound or second opinion)
  • Treating TVT-cases
  • Arranging and supervising medical care (tablets, injections, wound dressings, IV drips etc.)
  • Updating medical records
  • Checking recovery of sick and injured dogs

A candidate should fulfill the following requirements:

  • Possess a DVM license
  • Thai nationality
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience
  • “Hands on” personality
  • Team player
  • Willing to go outside their job description
  • Work in a small busy environment
  • Good knowledge of English
  • Motivated to give his/her best for the care of dogs

Would you like to join our motivated team and make a difference in the lives of homeless dogs in need? If you are interested, please send your application in English with a detailed resume (incl. qualifications + work experience), current and expected salary, photo, and contact details.

Care for Dogs Foundation, David Franke (Shelter Manager), 12 Moo 11, Wiang Dong, Nam Phrae, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai 50230 / Phone
088 402 6772 (Thai) / 08 4752 52 55 (English)

E-mail: david@carefordogs.org / Website: www.carefordogs.org
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A Very Happy Family Reunion!

happy A couple of days ago, we brought the story (facebook_link…) of a poor female dog that could not give birth due to birth control injections.
After emergency surgery, the mother was not producing milk, so we needed to find urgent foster homes for her 4 puppies.

We are thrilled to report that mom is feeling better after her surgery and is producing milk. We put the family together again and mom is taking very good care of her babies.

Wonderful news!

    



Could you Help to Improve our Shelter Fencing?

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At Care for Dogs, our puppy and teenager enclosures are located opposite our main yard. Some adult dogs from other enclosures are climbing artists and manage again and again to jump over the fence and into the puppy /teenager area. This sometimes results in bullying the smaller puppies or teenagers or the adult dogs stealing the puppy food.

Thanks to kind donors we have been able to provide slope fencing in a few other enclosures, which has been very effective for keeping the dogs in their areas.

Since fencing is quite expensive in Thailand, we are now looking for support to be able to continue the slope fencing in the puppy and teenager enclosure. The costs for two enclosures would be approx. 12,000 THB.

Would you be able to donate towards this project? Your gift will help to improve the lives of dogs in our care.

If you would like to donate towards this project, please visit our DONATE page and mention “Sloping fence project”.

Thank You for your kind support!

    


Dog of the Week – Sii Tdaa!

11087482_10153206481204044_2605339854306070941_oSii Tdaa is finally relaxed after thoughtful and caring people reported the abuse and poisoning attempts he had been through. This beautiful boy is trusting in spite of all he’s endured and if you can provide a loving new home for this gorgeous male, please don’t wait–he’s ready to be loved and treated kindly again now!

Please mail inquiries to: contact@carefordogs.org or call 084-752-5255(English) or 086-913-8701(Thai) for more information on Sii Tdaa.

    


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