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Community, military and CFD together rescue mother and puppies

On June 26 Khun Jum got a rescue call from someone who had found a mother dog and her puppies, staying inside the drain at the moat at Chang Phuek and they needed our help because soon the water will be released into the moat so they afraid that all of them will drown. K.Jum […]

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By • 27th Jun 2014 • Category: Shelter

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

Adoption Fair – List of Dates 2014

Many thanks to Airport Plaza providing us with this platform to our adoption fairs and so facilitate many adoptions over past years. Usually oping hours will be 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., location just outside Airport Plaza near the KFC entrance We are delighted about this opportunity but need your help to make this happen. […]

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By • 25th May 2014 • Category: Events

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO IF YOUR PET IS MISSING

In the unfortunate event that your beloved pet were to go missing, check out the below link to learn the proactive steps you can take to help ensure the safe return of your pet. The article is entitled ‘What To Do If You Lose Your Pet’ and was written by Sue Sternberg. http://www.petfinder.com/cats/lost-and-found-cats/lost-pet/ Even our […]

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By • 24th Feb 2014 • Category: News and Infos

E. CANIS – THE SILENT KILLER

Billy passed away on his bed on 6 December 2013 after a long battle with the blood parasite, ehrlichia canis, (e. canis). Billy was a temple dog, one of four homeless canine friends living at my local wat that I had come to know and feed daily. In August I needed to go away to […]

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By • 6th Feb 2014 • Category: News and Infos

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

Job Vacancy: General Manager at Care fo Dogs

A professional challenge in a meaningful environment in fascinating Thailand Care for Dogs is a foundation for homeless dogs in need of help. Our main aim is to improve the situation of street and temple dogs by organizing sterilisations, dog rescues and adoptions, as well as running a shelter for approximately 200 dogs and puppies […]

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By • 1st Feb 2014 • Category: Vacancy

Dog Walker at Care for Dogs – A Thai Volunteer’s View

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 […]

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By • 26th Jan 2014 • Category: Lead Stories, Shelter

Load Of Goodness

After a recent visit to Care for Dogs to see the work we do, dog loving married couple Khun Pu and Khun Bomb decided to take positive action and make a generous donation. Their donation of 200kgs of dog food and some vital vaccines will go a long way in helping, not only our shelter […]

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By • 12th Jan 2014 • Category: Sponsor this dog

Perseverance Pays Off!

Two of our local and cherished supporters, Bob and La, feed and look after many dogs at City Hall. One of Bob’s favorite dogs there is Funny Feet (also known as Happy Feet). Last week Bob put out a nice, comfy rug for Funny Feet to sleep on. Very soon afterwards, however, Funny Feet’s rug […]

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By • 11th Dec 2013 • Category: Rescue Stories

A November for Education

Care for Dogs was pleased to host several school visits this month. It started with a delicious donut filled visit by the NIS (NakornPayap Internatioanl School) Care for Dogs club. This is the group that had previously raised some well needed funds for Care for Dogs by selling donuts to their teachers and fellow pupils. […]

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By • 11th Dec 2013 • Category: Education