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Calling all Thai Vets!

Calling all Thai Vets! We currently have an opening for a licensed Thai Vet. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of an international NGO. Please see the link below for more details. Help us spread the word by sharing this post or tag your friends that may be interested. Thank you! http://www.thaivet.org/boarddetail.asp?qid=33398

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By • 21st Aug 2016 • Category: Lead Stories

The Promise of a Brighter Future!

For these 3 puppies, life got off to a tragic start. They were found all alone, trying to survive and reports were that their mother had been poisoned. With no way to defend themselves, these puppies were brought into our care. Currently, they are too young to be adopted, but will be available for adoption […]

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By • 4th Jun 2016 • Category: Lead Stories

Safe At Last!

It was a lucky day for Latte, Caramel, Mocha and Cappuccino. These adorable puppies were all alone and abandoned and the kind people that found them knew they needed help. They are now safe in our care getting the medicine and food they need to grow healthy and strong. They are only 4 weeks old, […]

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By • 1st May 2016 • Category: Lead Stories

Its Time!

Stu came into our care in Feb 2013 when his life was in danger. People in the area where he was living had threatened to kill him. Stu is a very calm, loving and affectionate boy. He loves his walks with the volunteers and cuddle time afterwards. He also gets along well with all the […]

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By • 2nd Apr 2016 • Category: Lead Stories

Sponsor A Dog Program – Meet GeeGee!

There 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. […]

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By • 29th Jan 2016 • Category: Lead Stories

MeeMee – Abandoned and Left All Alone

MeeMee’s story is one of heartbreak and sadly, something we deal with constantly. This sweet little dog found herself abandoned and left all alone to fend for herself near a national park. When MeeMee came into our care, she was in a terrible state. Her fur was dirty and matted , her left eye was […]

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By • 2nd Aug 2015 • Category: Lead Stories

Job Opportunity: Charity Support Coordinator

DOING WORK THAT MATTERS Care 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 […]

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By • 23rd Jun 2015 • Category: Lead Stories

Care for Dogs 8th birthday party

Saturday June 14th was Care for Dog’s 8th Annual Birthday Party. We would like to thank Liam’s SuanDokMai Guesthouse for such a lovely party. The food was delicious, the service was fantastic and the grounds were beautiful. Plus, they had a lovely dog that would smile when you scratched his belly. We would also like […]

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By • 21st Jun 2014 • Category: Lead Stories, Shelter

A Few Steps Closer to Freedom

Do you remember the family of four caged temple dogs that we introduced to you last month? The same family that we organised the “Freedom Walk” for? Well, we are delighted to share with you that this family; who has become affectionately known as “The Black Beauties” (Mum – Penny, and her three daughters – […]

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By • 27th May 2014 • Category: Lead Stories, News and Infos

Who’s Who at Care for Dogs?

With the Care for Dogs family sitting at around 200 dogs at any given time, not to mention the turn over of dogs that we have; it’s a mean feat for anyone to keep on top of the names of our dogs! 8 months ago, the vision of the doggie ID project was born, to […]

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By • 27th May 2014 • Category: Lead Stories, Shelter

Big donation from Peach & Grace

On Tuesday we received a very generous donation from K. Nipaporn and her daughter Peach and Grace (Peach’s friend). They took place in a T-shirt design project at school to raise funds for our organization. The result was their donation of 130 bags of dog food, 20 doses of Frontline, 16 bottles of Frontline  spray […]

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By • 27th May 2014 • Category: Education, Lead Stories

Great donation from NIS Students

In mid-May we had students visit from NIS (Nakorn Payap International School). They organized the fundraising event and brought us 1 bag of dog food and 10,000 baht! We would like to thank all of you for visiting us and giving us such a great donation. We appreciate it very much!  

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By • 27th May 2014 • Category: Education, Lead Stories

More than Numbers – Care for Dogs 2013

With the first quarter of 2014 almost over it may be time for a little encouragement and a reminder of what we do at Care for Dogs. Every day we face a poor dog or 2 or 3…you get the idea…that needs our help, this is a never ending task that can sometime lead to frustration, so let’s take a look back at 2013 and see just what we have achieved.
Care for Dogs is and continues to be on the front line of the dog problem in Chiang Mai providing care and attention to those animals in need. Let’s not forget the Care for Dogs motto ‘Saving One Dog will not change the world, but surely, the world will change for that one dog’ and with those words in mind have a read of this insight into how Care for Dogs is changing the life of one dog at a time.

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By • 29th Mar 2014 • Category: Lead Stories

2013 and Beyond: What Care for Dogs has achieved and wants to achieve

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 […]

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By • 9th Mar 2014 • Category: Lead Stories

Little Miracles

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 […]

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By • 2nd Feb 2014 • Category: Lead Stories, Rescue Stories