Working day in and day out in an animal welfare shelter where you see both the best and worst of what people and nature can throw at you takes a lot out of you. The days blur into each other and you can sometimes wonder what it is all for. This is where statistics can […]More»
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Would you like a little ball of cuteness, please?[/caption]In November last year, Care for Dogs was made aware of a disused crematorium on Doi Suthep that was filled to the brim with puppies and expectant mothers, all of whom were in a deplorable condition. It was a miracle, that they had survived such dire living […]More»
Wanting to do more for the dogs than just donating money? Why not start by being a volunteer dog walker at Care for Dogs? I started volunteering at CfD with the exact same thought, after reading the post on CfD facebook page last year that a volunteer dog walker was required. The task demanded merely […]More»
As 2013 comes to a close, we would like to thank all of our sponsors, volunteers, staff, and Facebook fans for helping to make 2013 a great year for CfD. Because of your support, we were able to sterilize, vaccinate, rescue, and administer medical treatment to hundreds of homeless, abused, and abandoned dogs and cats […]More»
With the Holiday Season and New Year fast approaching, we would like to take this opportunity to send a heartfelt Thank You to all of our supporters and sponsors. Without your generosity and words of encouragement, we could not do what we do and many animals would still be living a life of hopelessness and […]More»
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 […]More»
The 2013 Care for Dogs fundraiser – the Bow Wow Brunch and Silent Auction – is almost here!! Join us on Sunday, 27 October from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai in the tranquil outdoor Cabana Area. LAST CHANCE TO PURCHASE TICKETS WILL BE THURSDAY, 24 OCTOBER AT 10 A.M! […]More»
Animal lovers and animal welfare organizations across the globe will unite on Thursday, September 26, 2013 with a “Remember Me” pet candle-lighting ceremony. The candles, which will be lit on the exact same day across the world, will honour the millions of pets who lost their lives without the benefit of a loving home and […]More»
We are pleased to recognize Hill’s support by naming them Donor of the Month. Care for Dogs is grateful to Hill’s for their ongoing support. Just one example of their generosity was in May 2013. They organized a promotion and with their help, over 400,000THB worth of food was provided for the dogs in our […]More»
* Care for Dogs, Chiang Mai University, Department of Livestock, and the Chiang Mai Local Government – Working Together to Sterilize Homeless Dogs * On 29 May, Care for Dogs (CfD) staff members Jum and Monica attended a meeting at Chiang Mai University (CMU). The purpose of the meeting was to address the best way […]More»
Beginning of May, our little fundraising network organised yet another event which brought not only success for paws in need, but also proofed the rising interest in all kinds of issues related to animal welfare:
..The aforementioned event took place for the second time and the concept proves effective: a flea market with cultural and literature aspects – a mix that attracts all different kinds of people and brought us a strong flow of visitors
Two weeks ago we got an urgent volunteer appeal from Khun Bee (Bitter Brownie) who is doing a tremendous job helping rescued dogs from the dog meat trade. Volunteers were needed to give injections, love and care to the over 1.000 dogs at the government shelter in Nakhon Phanom. Almost immediately our Medical Coordinator Pam, […]More»
Over the years Care for Dogs was lucky to develop a certain bond not only with many animal loving individuals out there, but also with some animal welfare, institutional and commercial organisations who value CfD’s work and help us by substantial donations and are essential for our financial survival, our main sponsors, one of those loyal supporters is Hill’s.
From now until 31 May 2013, for every 100 THB donated to ‘Care for Dogs,’ Hill’s will donate 1 kg of dog food to the shelter. Donations can be made at our bi-weekly adoption fairs at Central Airport Plaza 31st, March, 21st of April, 5th and 26th of May and at the shelter OR via Paypal or bank wire, see http://www.carefordogs.org/donate/ and it doesn’t matter if donations come from Thailand or from international supporters.More»
At Care for Dogs we don’t forget about our former residents and as times goes by and if we’re lucky the last memory won’t be a sad one.
Here in the last image of the gallery you can see Shanika on arrival at our shelter almost a year ago. She had been owned by a dentist who had let her go downhill and lost interest – maybe he had once been bought as a status symbol. Neighbours had alerted us and brought her in. Shanika had hair loss, mange, wounds, and was depressed.
Our team nursed ShanikaMore»
Care for Dogs is happy being not alone when it comes to help for dogs in need. We’re grateful to have formed a valuable partnership with Hand to Paws, almost since its founding we were able to collaborate in one way or another and we don’t many dogs in need could be rescued cause of […]More»