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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

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

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

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

Sing a Song on CfD – Spinning Wheel

Joergen a travel volunteer provides us not only with his help while here in Chiang May and the story of his CfD experience, but additionally he dedicated us a special version of his song “Spinning Wheel” he once wrote for teaching little Tibetan monks compassion to animals. Just read his fine lyrics and enjoy listening […]

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By • 7th Apr 2012 • Category: Education

PTIS School Visit!

Recently, Care for Dogs hosted an educational visit for one of the local schools and over 20 of its’ students! The shelter was buzzing with the sound of happy voices as the students arrived and gathered along to see the work we do at Care for Dogs. At around 10am, the students circled up outside […]

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By • 4th Apr 2012 • Category: Education, Lead Stories

Educational Team (E.T.) on the Road

Last Thursday the CfD Educational Team was on tour to the Prem School in Mea Rim. Hanna, Judy Black and myself were invited by Erica Baird to come and talk about our work. Fully prepared with a Powerpoint presentation on the computer, lovely Judy Black as the most wonderful cuddle dog you could ever hope […]

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By • 27th May 2011 • Category: Education

Nandachart preschool visit

On a beautiful August afternoon I drove my motorbike in front of Nandachart school in Hang Dong. The school is bilingual with teaching both in Thai and English, and they have pupils from preschool up to 12-13 years. The area was really nice with chickens, rabbits, geese and tortoises that the pupils looked after. After […]

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By • 19th Oct 2010 • Category: Education

NIS Care For Dogs Temple Aid Program

Our partner project with Nakornpayap International School “NIS Care For Dogs Temple Aid Program” is going in its fourth year and it’s really time to highlight that. So here it is and this time a little report not by a teacher but by one of those dedicated students who are so essential for keeping that […]

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By • 14th Oct 2010 • Category: Education

No Ordinary Class

This past week two teachers and 10 students from Nakor Payap International School visited the Care for Dogs shelter. The shelter is always open to young people wanting to learn more about dogs and the issues that surround them. However, the class form Nakor Payap has already had an introduction to temple dog life. These […]

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By • 1st Oct 2010 • Category: Education

WSPA Visit Care for Dogs

The shelter is always open to visitors but today we held the gate wide open for some very special guests. As part of their Thailand fundraising programme, WSPA have introduced a Face to Face campaign in Bangkok and as part of their background work to build their teams experince & knowledge, today WSPA are visiting […]

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By • 6th Jul 2010 • Category: Education

Judy Visits the Children

Judy and I always love to visit children. This time we were invited to Prem’s K3 class. They were studying Community Helpers and wanted to know about the work we do at Care for Dogs.

All the children were very excited when we arrived and could barely listen to the lesson when Judy rolled over to ask for belly scratches.

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By • 20th Jun 2010 • Category: Education

Payap – Truth & Service project

5 students from Payap University in Chiang Mai visited the shelter this week, asking lots of questions, showing great interest in the shelter activity, picking up poo, chatting to the dogs and helping to keep the place tidy and all promising to come back again in the near future to help out. These folks have […]

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By • 26th Dec 2009 • Category: Education

Visit from International School Eastern Seaboard

School visits are a big part of Care for Dogs. And on Tuesday, we were host to International School Eastern Seaboard all the way from Pattaya. Ms. Kristina Solheim arrived with 10 sophomores (10th graders) who had chosen to come and learn about the shelter and lend a helping hand as volunteers-for-a-day. We began with […]

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By • 5th Nov 2009 • Category: Education