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Justice for Juice

In 2012, Juice found herself dumped and abandoned in front of our shelter. More than 2 years later, Juice had started the preparations to travel to her new loving home in Finland. Sadly, someone decided to do evil to one dog, and that one evil act had deadly consequences for Juice. While in foster care […]

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By • 1st May 2015 • Category: News and Infos

Abandoned and Left To Fend for Themselves!

Imagine, being part of a family and life is good. Then, for reasons you don’t understand, find yourself tied to the porch and everyone familiar to you is gone. These 3 sweet dogs found themselves abandoned by their owners when they moved away. They were tied to the porch and left in the hot sun […]

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By • 26th Apr 2015 • Category: Rescue Stories

Volunteer of the Month April, 2015 – Meet Jenni!

On behalf of the entire Care for Dogs team, we would like to express our appreciation to the amazing individuals who volunteer their time to help us care for the many abused, homeless and forgotten animals that come into our shelter. Jenni first came to volunteer at Care for Dogs with her spouse in April […]

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By • 26th Apr 2015 • Category: News and Infos, Volunteer Feedback

Operation Clean and Fed Pooches – A Success!

A BIG Thank You to all of our volunteers who came out to help Pii Meow and her dedicated team that look after 25 abandoned dogs at the Haiya Crematorium. It was a fun (and wet!) time and the end result was 12 very clean, tick-free, happy dogs. Thank You Pii Meow and friends for […]

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By • 26th Apr 2015 • Category: Elsewhere, News and Infos

Hunchy – Another Street Dog in Need

Like so many homeless dogs, Hunchy’s life has been that of hardships and uncertainty. We were alerted to Hunchy’s desperate situation by a kind member of the public who noticed that Hunchy was very thin and could not walk. After coming into our care, our vet team discovered that Hunchy was suffering from blood parasites […]

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By • 26th Apr 2015 • Category: News and Infos, Rescue Stories

Why Can’t I Stay?

Care for Dogs rescues many puppies like me that have come from an unwanted litter or trying to survive on the streets, alone. They take really good care of us at the shelter, and for the first time, we get lots of food, cuddles and a safe place to stay. We notice that a lot […]

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By • 26th Apr 2015 • Category: Education, News and Infos

Veterinarian needed with passion for animal welfare

Care for Dogs is looking for a pro-active, experienced, and motivated Veterinarian (DVM) who will be responsible for the following tasks: Performing sterilizations (further op’s, eg. amputations, tumors, hernia etc., depending on experience) Providing medical care for medical rescue cases (assessment, treatment plan, follow-up etc.) Deciding whether a dog needs to be checked at another clinic (e.g. […]

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By • 6th Apr 2015 • Category: News and Infos, Vacancy

A Very Happy Family Reunion!

A couple of days ago, we brought the story (facebook_link…) of a poor female dog that could not give birth due to birth control injections. After emergency surgery, the mother was not producing milk, so we needed to find urgent foster homes for her 4 puppies. We are thrilled to report that mom is feeling […]

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By • 29th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos

Could you Help to Improve our Shelter Fencing?

At Care for Dogs, our puppy and teenager enclosures are located opposite our main yard. Some adult dogs from other enclosures are climbing artists and manage again and again to jump over the fence and into the puppy /teenager area. This sometimes results in bullying the smaller puppies or teenagers or the adult dogs stealing […]

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By • 28th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos

Thank You Royal Canin!

With over 185 dogs in our care, we go through a tremendous amount of dog food. Thank You Royal Canin for your recent generous donation. We appreciate your support!

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By • 17th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos, Shelter

Just a Dog

From time to time, people tell me, “lighten up, it’s just a dog,” or “that’s a lot of money for just a dog.” They don’t understand the distance traveled, the time spent, or the costs involved for “just a dog.” Some of my proudest moments have come about with “just a dog.” Many hours have […]

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By • 17th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos

Care for Dogs Volunteer of the Month, March 2015 – Meet Julia!

On behalf of the entire Care for Dogs team, we would like to express our appreciation to the amazing individuals who volunteer their time to help us care for the many abused, homeless and forgotten animals that come into our shelter. In the summer of 2014, Julia came to volunteer for 3 weeks, then returned […]

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By • 17th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos

Please take adult dogs to your home too! – Adoption Fair 15/03/2015

Hello! We are Black Jack, Alma and Mild. We three, along with our friend–Lucky, are all adults, so our chances of getting adopted are quite slim. But the staff still believed in our chances and brought us to the latest adoption fair, as alternatives to puppies who are always the popular choices of potential adopters. […]

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By • 17th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos

March is Adopt A Dog Month!

Care for Dogs has over 180 rescued homeless dogs in its shelter in Hang Dong, 15 km south of Chiang Mai city. The shelter should not be a place for dogs to live the rest of their lives. Unfortunately there are new abandoned, dumped and injured dogs arriving all the time, more than the shelter […]

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By • 16th Mar 2015 • Category: News and Infos

Community Outreach – Making A Difference for Animals

Early last week, our Humane Education team went to visit Tessabann Nong Kwai as part of our monthly community outreach workshops that are conducted within our grant from Dogs Trust. Topics included sterilisation, the importance of not giving birth control injections because of the life threatening side effects which can result. Also covered were basic […]

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By • 12th Mar 2015 • Category: Education, Elsewhere, News and Infos