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We Care for Cats Too!

While the name of our foundation is “Care for Dogs,” we also care for cats by way of sterilizations. This past Tuesday and Wednesday we sterilized over 15 cats. The cats were brought to the shelter in the morning and were able to go back to their homes with their post-op meds in the afternoon. […]

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By • 22nd Oct 2013 • Category: Sterilisation

Sterilisation Program

Here is a fabulous report by Frances Wood who works hard in the local community to make a difference to the many dogs she comes into contact with. Could you do the same? – Could you help people in your community to take the initiative and have their dogs sterilised? Call us 086 913 8701 […]

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By • 9th Jun 2009 • Category: San Puleui, Sterilisation

Temple Project Update and Murder at Sea Games Village

Today, Karin, Soraya & I met up with the volunteer team from Nakorn Payap International School (NIS) at Wat Ban Tho, the temple project they have recently initiated. We were there to collect a couple of TvT (Transmissible Venereal Tumor cases) and to check in with Elissa Francemone, the teacher who is driving this project. […]

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By • 25th Feb 2009 • Category: Elsewhere, Lead Stories, Sterilisation, Wat Ban Tho

Wat Doi Kam – Sterilisation Capture

February in Thailand is the start of the hot season, with temperatures in the mid 30’s in the shade it is sometimes a little debilitating. But not so it seems for dogs escaping eager blow darting dog catchers and thankfully, the heat didn’t stop to the lads from making this another blow darting success. Doi […]

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By • 24th Feb 2009 • Category: Sterilisation, Wat Doi Kam

WOW! Great Cats!

** Update Both re-homed together ** One of our volunteers Soraya, was contacted by the Abbot at her local Temple to say that 2 cats had just been dumped there. Being a caring and sensible man, he checked them out and discovered that they were both female, so his first thought was to call Soraya […]

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By • 15th Feb 2009 • Category: Already found a home, Sterilisation

Shelter Organisation

The task of running a shelter, with a seemingly never ending change of faces (shiny noses) and a bewildering array of names is hard enough. But when you then amplify the difficulty with diversity of health conditions, as well as a necessity to communicate the whole thing, in more than 3 languages, one can start […]

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By • 23rd Dec 2008 • Category: Shelter, Sterilisation

Nakorn Payap School – Temple Aid Program

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 […]

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By • 22nd Nov 2008 • Category: Education, Sterilisation

Chiang Mai Dump House – 6 Dogs Sterilised

A tiny community living in isolation except for excursions into civilisation from their world apart, these people live in total squalor, living in the realms of mental illness and disorder. A dilapidated 3 floored warehouse building with an equally squalid adjacent house is where a group of approximately 6 people live along with an uncounted […]

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By • 7th Oct 2008 • Category: Lead Stories, Sterilisation

It’s Monday – It must be a vet run!

First of all a slight apology to readers about this weekly synopsis of my Monday vet run, my ‘Hands-on’ contribution to Care for Dogs, because it might be getting slightly boring, with the same names, same faces and same stories appearing each Monday. Some of the other volunteers do write and are capably telling their […]

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By • 6th Oct 2008 • Category: Sterilisation, Vet Trips

Street project – Muu Baan, Thippamorn Hill

My husband, Nok, came back from paying the rent today and changed my planned afternoon of work. The  landlord told him there were 2 stray dogs in soi 4 of our Muu Baan (lane 4 of our housing village), 1 of which was pregnant but has disappeared possibly to give birth somewhere. Mmm… I could […]

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By • 3rd Oct 2008 • Category: Sterilisation, Thippamorn Hill

Street project (part 3) – Princess

Follow up from Street Project – (part 2) The update this morning (24/9/08) from Sarah regarding Princess was dim. During her double surgery (c-section & sterilisation) 2 puppies were found still inside her but unfortunately already dead. Princess is suffering from a serious internal infection that was in her uterus and caused her to have an abortion. […]

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By • 25th Sep 2008 • Category: Assadathon Rd., Sterilisation

Street Project (part 2) – Assadathon Rd.

Follow up to Street Project (part 1) Here is Bua being returned today to her neighbourhood after sterilisation and 1 week after care at the Care for Dogs – rescue shelter. Upon returning her I noticed Malee (below) is still suffering from a suspected ear infection or haematoma. I had asked Khun Dao to have […]

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By • 24th Sep 2008 • Category: Assadathon Rd., Sterilisation

A recipe for disaster

When you live in Thailand, you become aware that life away from the city and the various tourist focused areas, can be quite basic and to people coming from a western civilisation, these places can draw comments like slum, poverty, backward and indeed 3rd world. “Temple” & “Remote” are 2 words that constantly send a […]

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By • 23rd Sep 2008 • Category: Photos and Videos, Sterilisation

Sarah – A tremendous asset to Care for Dogs

When I first met Sarah, I knew Care for Dogs was about to grow. At that time, a year ago, I had become tired of running around here and there every day, waking up each morning to think “was the dog I helped the previous day for real, or just a nightmare that was becoming […]

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By • 16th Sep 2008 • Category: Interviews, Sterilisation

Wat Pa Dara Phirom

Care for Dogs were recently asked to visit a new location for us, out in the forested area of Mae Rim, a newly renovated temple Wat Pa Dara Phirom. One of the nuns there was concerned that the number of cats and dogs at the temple were growing and they had no way of dealing […]

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By • 10th Sep 2008 • Category: Sterilisation, Wat Pa Dara Phirom