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Care for Dogs Foundation Chiang Mai Thailand - 5 new articles

Dog Caretaker Supervisor – New Position

CfD LogoCare for Dogs is a foundation for homeless dogs in need. Our main aim is to improve the situation of street and temple dogs by organizing sterilizations, dog rescues and adoptions, as well as running a shelter for approximately 180 dogs and puppies in Hang Dong, Chiang Mai / Northern Thailand.

We are looking for a dynamic, responsible, and pro­active personality for the open position of:

Dog Care Supervisor

A meaningful and challenging job that directly improves the lives of many dogs in need.

Requirements:

  • Very good organizational and communication skills.
  • Flexibility and a “can do” attitude in a lively environment.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team.
  • Ensuring a safe and comfortable environment for the animals in our care.
  • Perform and supervise animal care duties such as preparing food, feeding and providing fresh water, picking up fecal material, washing and disinfecting dog run areas, administering daily medicine.
  • Thai Nationality.
  • Very good English knowledge (conversation and writing).
  • Must have current drivers license.
  • Willingness to work on weekends.

If you are ready to make a difference in the lives of homeless animals and would like more information, please contact:

Ann Gough
Shelter Manager
anng@carefordogs.org

    



Adoption Fair Cancelled – Next One on February 27th

Crystal can’t wait to leave for her new home.

Crystal can’t wait to leave for her new home.

The Adoption Fair scheduled for Saturday 6th February has unfortunately been cancelled. The next one will take place on Saturday 27th February.

    



Puppy of the Week – Ahri!

12604945_10153917628134044_7821152560110495551_oAhri is from a litter of puppy siblings that came to us from Hand to Paw, where she was one of the many young dogs that could not be properly cared for long-term at a local temple.

Her wish, like every dog, is to be loved in a comforting home with her very own family. We are sure she wouldn’t mind another dog to wrestle with either – every dog needs to get in their workout, just like us humans!

This, where she can share her affection and puppy fun, including regular play time and exercise, will fill her life with joy and yours with appreciation in having an enjoyable canine companion.

Does this sound good to you? If so, please respond by making an appointment to come meet Ahri today.

    



Sponsor A Dog Program – Meet GeeGee!

12487231_10153865056349044_8513552857415480412_oThere are many dogs that reside at our shelter that are either patiently waiting for their forever home, have special needs or medical treatment that they require on a long term basis.

The most effective way you can make a difference in the lives of these dogs is by joining our Sponsor A Dog Program.

You can help us keep our promise to provide these dogs with a safe place to call home and get the care and treatment they need.

Meet GeeGee!

GeeGee came into our care in June 2011, after his owner tried to kill him.

He continues to wait patiently to be adopted while we provide a safe place for him to call home and learn that not everyone is out to harm him.

To sponsor GeeGee, please visit:
http://www.carefordogs.org/new-shop/support-a-named-dog/130-geegee-sponsor-for-1-month.html

Thank You for your support!

    


Paw It Forward – Random Acts of Kindness

10653466_10153871697839044_1257454213836078805_nWhat is it like when you belong to no one?

When you have no one to take care of you, not having a place to live, always waiting for a stranger to feed you.

The following story reminds us, that even the smallest act of kindness, can make a difference and save a life.

An old man was going for a walk on the beach, when he noticed a little boy feeding a thin, shaggy looking dog with bits of bread. He went up to the boy and asked him why he was sharing his bread with the dogs. The little boy answered, “Because they have nothing. No home, no family, and if I don’t feed them they will die.”

“But there are homeless dogs everywhere,” the old man replied. “So your efforts don’t really make a difference.”

The little boy looked at the dog and stroked him. “But for him, for this little dog, it makes all the difference in the world.”

    


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