Many groups contact Care for Dogs with the intention of helping dogs in some way or other, but few act on them. The young people from Global Pact came through and did just that. While other groups in their organization focused their energies on other social issues, this group of 3 Thai and 3 American [...]More»
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An overview of the recent events at Wat Nong Pla Mon written by Sandy Clyburn, one of the founders of the Hand to Paw Outreach Program at Prem Center Mae Rim. Several weeks ago a new initiative began at Prem dedicated to improving the lives of the sick, abandoned and homeless dogs that live in [...]More»
This story is written by Sandy Clyburn & is so exciting for everyone at Care for Dogs. “It seems like the Hand to Paw has touched many hearts at Prem. The kindness and caring demonstrated by these students will ensure a healthy, happier and safer life for the four-legged residents of the local village temple.” [...]More»
Sandy & Joy from Prem Center invited us along to the school today to present some facts to the children there, in order they might be inspired to participate in a new project working with the local community & in particular help dogs in their area. Entitled ‘Hand to Paw’ this project will be self [...]More»
Below is a clear demonstration of the commitment of the core drivers to this excellent initiative. This email was sent out by the team to pupils, parents and Prem Center contacts, in an effort to raise awareness to the project and hopefully encourage people to help in any way they are able. Calling all animal [...]More»
Today, Karin, Soraya & I met up with Sandy & Joy from Prem School at Mae Rim, in the temple car park where they plan to commence a school projected whereby they will treat the dogs and cats for any problems and work with the Abbot there to have them all sterilised and vaccinated too. [...]More»
The kids at NIS are busy again with another temple project. This time, these self-motivated, dog-loving students are going to reach out to the dogs at Wat Baan Tho and the surrounding area. They arrived in a van on their own time after school, equipped with doggie treats, plastic gloves, flea and tick spray. More [...]More»
The cold season has began and with a heavy heart we have to witness an annual dilemma of distemper patients coming to our attention. We have recently admitted some patients to our quarantine room – two of them have passed away already. Another dog, Gogo, was admitted to the veterinarian clinic for IV-treatment today as [...]More»
This is Patty from ISB.
After the hard work our children and parents had put into this fund raising project, we made about 26,000 baht today!!!
The children were very proud as they had said before the sale that they hoped to make Kazim’s life a happier one. We hope that this money can sponsor Kazim’s expenses for a while.
We hope to keep this project a December tradition in our Pre-K program as the children have learned so much from this project. How do you want us to transfer the money to you? We hope to do it on Thursday as we still have a few items left and hope to sell them early next week.
Another good news is that today I ran into an Art teacher, Trish, who is very keen to help your organization in the near future. She has asked me for your info. and was saying that she could do something with her kids next term to help you guys too.More»
Today Care for Dogs were very pleased to meet up with Artist Otto Berchem who is participating in the Travelling Art Exhibition – ARTAIDS, a group collectively raising awareness and fighting the stigma surrounding HIV in Chiang Mai.
Otto is a dog lover and during his stay in Bangkok, started to distribute dog collars he had specially made, with a personal logo he has designed “You am I am you” in white print on a bright red stylish collar. Today he continued to distribute his gift to the dogs and managed to take in a few belly rubs at the same time – him giving the the dogs, not dogs giving him!
Nakorn Payap International School (NIS) Boot Fair, Saturday 22 November 2008, was certainly the happiest & liveliest place to be, with a well organised mix of stalls along with plenty of fun and laughter. This event, originated as the direct result of teacher Ms Elissa who is the driving force behind the fabulous work that [...]More»
Our first community workshop was designed to meet with the local people in our village, Baan Wiang Dong, educate them about basic medical care of dogs and how they could prevent common diseases. It turned out to be a small gathering of about eight or nine…..cat owners. No problem – we love cats too. A [...]More»
Although this story isn’t part of Care For Dogs’ history, I still thought it was important to place here as a tender kiss from dogs to all pet owners who have lost loved ones. I was called to examine a ten-year-old Irish Wolfhound named Belker. I was his veterinarian. His owners, Ron, his wife Lisa, and [...]More»
Personally, I set out with Professor Paws with the intention of getting children to know and love dogs, and consequently treat them with compassion and kindness. Children’s minds are open and receptive of ideas. Our kindergarten class was most receptive to our lessons and welcomed any activity that had to do with these adorable creatures. [...]More»
Today Care for Dogs were delighted to welcome children & teachers from Anubahn School in a “Field Trip” outing as part of their inclusion in the Professor Paws program. Volunteers prepared themselves with 4 stations of interest for the 4 groups of children in and around the shelter, meeting and greeting dogs, handling puppies and [...]More»