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 […]More»
Archives for the ‘Rescue Stories’ Category
When Banos arrived at our shelter three months ago, the evidence spoke for itself – Banos’ life on the streets had dealt him some harsh blows. His tail had been half chopped or bitten off, and his body was covered in wounds. Three months of medical care and TLC later, however, Banos is like a […]More»
This evening we got a rescue call from a dog-loving monk at Wat Suttawat in Pattaya. One of the dogs there had been hit by a car. The monk had moved her to a little enclosed area near the living quarters. Thabita’s condition looked quite poor and we rushed her to the vet. A first […]More»
At Care for Dogs we don’t forget about our former residents and as times goes by and if we’re lucky the last memory won’t be a sad one.
Here in the last image of the gallery you can see Shanika on arrival at our shelter almost a year ago. She had been owned by a dentist who had let her go downhill and lost interest – maybe he had once been bought as a status symbol. Neighbours had alerted us and brought her in. Shanika had hair loss, mange, wounds, and was depressed.
Our team nursed ShanikaMore»
On Saturday afternoon, 2 March, we paid a visit to Baan Na Endoo located in Mae Rim. As many of you may remember, in 2010 it was discovered that approximately 50 dogs were being caged on this property. Now, after a lot of work and negotiations with the owner of the property and after we […]More»
Again and again we get rescue calls for sick or injured dogs or cats who have gone through quite a lot of suffering already before they are brought to us. Sometimes we can help but sometimes the help comes too late and the pet has no more chance. Here a few examples just from the […]More»
Sometimes people question why we also do rescues and don’t concentrate on sterilisations only. Well, when doing sterilisations it won’t take long and you come across sick or injured dogs as well. Dogs like Zeus are the reason why we just can’t turn a blind eye on the ones that can’t help themselves. As Khun […]More»
Care for Dogs gets more and more popular in and around Chiang Mai. That is to some people it becomes an alternative to traditional local temples when looking for a destination to dump a dog. This kind of popularity more and more becomes a difficult challenge for Care for Dogs and we can only pray […]More»
We see dogs in need in all stages of life young and old, pretty and cute or special in their own way. At Care for Dogs we try to help them all. May be by helping them to overcome a hard start or may it be help them finding a place to feel some love […]More»
Last week a pick up truck carrying a monk in robe pulled up to the shelter and the monk got out carrying a bleeding dog. He explained that the dog had disappeared three days ago and when he’d come back, the dog was no longer able to use his left rear leg. The dog was […]More»
Past week one of our very pregnant rescued doggies started contracting earlier in the day but, after a few hours and still no puppies, we knew there might be a problem. Often, in Thailand, dogs are given an injectable birth control at the first signs of pregnancy and this interrupts the dog’s own hormonal ability […]More»
Puppies, puppies, puppies! I love puppies! Puppy kisses, puppy licks, puppy barks, puppy love; it’s all so beautiful! Puppies seem to instantaneously make you care more, love more, forgive more, and nurture more. I understand why people regularly come to us specifically yearning to adopt a puppy; they bring out the best in us! Today, […]More»
Here she is: Faith CfD’s first video star. Thanks to our volunteer Finn we can use this new way to highlight one of our doggies waiting for adoption. Take that 3:30 minutes and you learn a bit more about her than with our regular short descriptions, i.e. without that video format how would you know […]More»
*** UPDATE Good news: Nuovo got adopted UPDATE **** The time comes closer when little Nuvo will be ready for being adopted, so here a look back to the time we found him and how he’s doing now: It was a busy week at the shelter with an ongoing sterilisation project and many new rescue […]More»
CfD’s focus is helping “Street dogs” living out there in the roads of Chiang Mai and beside all other problems those dogs are facing one of the biggest dangers is traffic and so there’s one thing our vets have to deal all to often is fractured bones and other complicated wounds.
Oliver is one of out latest rescue stories.More»