Abandoned at a temple and left without a loving home, these two beautiful puppies are now confident, well socialized and responding well to their positive training program here at the shelter. They have everything they need in life………..apart from ...

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Take Me Home!

Abandoned at a temple and left without a loving home, these two beautiful puppies are now confident, well socialized and responding well to their positive training program here at the shelter.

They have everything they need in life………..apart from you!!

If you can offer a space in your heart & home for one (or both) of these little pups please get in touch with the rehoming team at the shelter on:

Thai Number: 086-913-8701
English Number: 084-752-5255

    
 



Jen-Jen

Jen-Jen has been rescued today from outside a local shop in Sankampaeng after a kind supporter got in touch with us and told us of her condition. Our vet team will asses Jen-Jens condition and provide treatment, vaccinations, sterilization, deworming as well as healthy food and accommodation throughout her stay here. As a street dog, Jen-Jen has no owner to pay for medical costs associated with veterinary care and is looking for a sponsor during her treatment program, even the smallest donations can make the biggest impact in the life of a street dog so don’t delay……..donate today and help get these dogs back up to full health for a brighter future!

http://www.carefordogs.org/donate/

    
 



Koh Yao Yai

Our amazing Vet team just returned from a week long sterilization and vaccination clinic on the small island of Koh Yao Yai. The island is struggling with huge cat overpopulation. This was our second clinic on the island and have more scheduled for 2017. Thanks to our fantastic Vet team we sterilized and vaccinated 363 cats in 5 days! Please enjoy the video below and consider making a donation towards sterilizations.

http://www.carefordogs.org/donate/

    
 



Martin

Martin is looking for a home where he can be the only dog and enjoy the company of his new family in a calm and stress free environment. He loves his daily exercise and will need at least one long walk each day to keep his energy levels in check. He is super sweet with people and fine around older children making him the perfect addition to a family home.

If you’re looking for a new four legged best friend then look no further, Martin and his 120+ shelter buddies are ready to enrich your world and melt your heart, come along to the shelter today and meet the rescue dog of your dreams!

For more information on Martin and the adoption process please get in touch with the rehoming team on;

English: 084-752-5255
Thai: 086-913-8701

    
 


Moo, our most recent rescue was receiving critical surgery within an hour of an emergency call!

This poor dog was being slowly eaten alive after a serious wound had been left untreated for almost a month. Infected with multiple parasites, the once small wound had opened up into a large mass of rotting flesh and was infected with maggots. We were alerted to the case when an upset and concerned member of the public called to advise us of the situation. The rescue team was able to respond immediately and captured the dog. Within an hour of the call for help Moo was at our rescue clinic receiving life-saving treatment from our amazing veterinary team.

Its thanks to the continued commitment of our supporters and donors that we are able to respond and treat cases like this so quickly and efficiently, your contribution to our rescue efforts have a direct impact on the welfare of thousands of dogs in Chiang Mai and beyond every year. Make a donation today to help us save more dogs like Moo!

http://www.carefordogs.org/donate/

    
 


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