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Operation Clean a Pooch – Part Two

The second day of Songkran(Thai New Year), is family day. How very fitting, that on this day people from our “Care for Dogs” family came together to show their love and care for the homeless dogs at Haiya Crematorium in Chiang Mai. A big thank you to the 11 volunteers and 5 staff members from […]

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By • 1st May 2016 • Category: Elsewhere, News and Infos, Streets and Temples

Thank You Veggruf and Friends!

The Austrian charity VEGGRUF(www.veggruf.at) stands for animal friendly and healthy nutrition and has been supporting Care for Dogs Foundation steadily and dedicatedly for several years. On November 21 and 22, they held a vegan Christmas market and raised 800 Euro for Care for Dogs Foundation! We would also like to extend a big Thank You […]

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By • 29th Jan 2016 • Category: Elsewhere, Events, News and Infos

From Austria: vegan power for Thai street dogs

Care for Dogs can consider itself happy being able to convince supporters even far from Chiang Mai of our work and by that we gain committed friends being active on behalf of Care for Dogs even a few thousands miles away. Exemplary we may introduce VEGGRUF with its latest action. The Austrian charity VEGGRUF stands […]

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By • 19th Nov 2015 • Category: Elsewhere, Events

World Rabies Day 2015

Many people around the world observed World Rabies Day which raises awareness about the impact of rabies and how the disease can be prevented. The aim is to unite relevant partners to address rabies prevention and control. This year, Care for Dogs Foundation together with our new partner, WVS joined forces with the Chiang Mai […]

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By • 29th Oct 2015 • Category: Education, Elsewhere, Events

Adoption Fair (27/09/2015)

Our latest adoption fair ended up with 4 puppies leaving for their new homes! Congrats to all lucky puppies and their kind families! And thank you to all our supporters, donors and dedicated volunteers who helped host the event. The three adorable faces in the first three photos are those left behind. They are no […]

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By • 5th Oct 2015 • Category: Elsewhere, News and Infos

Donor of the Month – May 2015

We are thrilled to recognize Rebecca as Care for Dogs Donor of the Month for May, 2015. After volunteering with us, she set a challenge for herself to raise some much needed funds for some fabulous charities. We are very appreciative that Care for Dogs was her first charity to benefit from her support. “Choosing […]

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By • 1st Jun 2015 • Category: Elsewhere, News and Infos

Make a Difference!

Want to make a difference, but not sure how? You don’t have time to volunteer or make the commitment for adoption or foster, why not consider helping us by displaying one of our donation boxes. We are currently looking for additional locations for our Care for Dogs Donation Boxes to help raise much needed funds […]

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By • 1st Jun 2015 • Category: Elsewhere, News and Infos

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

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

One Gorgeous Pick-Up – a new donation of Susy Utzinger Foundation

When we started Care for Dogs in 2006 we were in urgent need of support. We contacted many different animal welfare organisations and one of them, Susy Utzinger and her Foundation in Switzerland, responded swiftly. Her support has been continuing ever since. Over the years Susy’s Foundation has helped us in supporting our sterilization programs, […]

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By • 4th Dec 2012 • Category: Elsewhere, Lead Stories

Volunteers needed at Ban ObOun Shelter in Uthai Thani!

We always appreciate contacts and exchange of experiences with other shelters and animal rescue organisations. Since a few years we are in contact with Michele Bise who set up a shelter for 125 rescued dogs in Uthai Thani together with Khun Sombut. Michele is currently urgently looking for volunteers and sent us the ad below. […]

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By • 16th Oct 2012 • Category: Elsewhere

Dog Meat Trade – a journey of a thousand miles begins.

Though we work diligently and passionately to  improve the lives of all street dogs in Chiang Mai, we always know we’re not going to be able to help all dogs in need; but that’s no reason for not trying. We keep working hard and take courage and hope from our mantra “Saving one dog won’t change […]

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By • 11th Mar 2012 • Category: Elsewhere, Lead Stories

In rememberance of Roshan Dhunjibhoy

On 24 April 2011, the world lost a beautiful, strong, giving woman who’s greatest virtue was her ability to see a need and attend to it.  Roshan Dhunjibhoy served the world with distinction. Our team knew Roshan mostly for her work with street dogs and in particular Lanna Dog Rescue. We witnessed how her strength […]

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By • 3rd May 2011 • Category: Elsewhere

A DOG’S PRAYERS

A DOG’S PRAYERS Dear God:  Is it on purpose our names are the same, only reversed? Dear God:  Why do humans smell the flowers, but seldom, if ever, smell one another? Dear God:  When we get to heaven, can we sit on your couch? Or is it still the same old story? Dear God:  Why […]

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By • 21st Jan 2011 • Category: Elsewhere

Hole Number 19 – Trap and Rescue in Hua Hin

Sometimes you have to take things into your own hands to get something done. So did dog lover James Tellson when finding out that management of “Springfield Golf Course” in Hua Hin showed nothing but ignorance to a life-threatening situation of a dog on their grounds. And he likes to let people know about it […]

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By • 11th Jan 2011 • Category: Elsewhere