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Hua Hin Soldiers Help Sterilise and Vaccinate Stray Dogs at Army Base

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More than 120 dogs have been sterilised and vaccinated at the army camp in Hua Hin, in a mission to help the local street animals.


Soldiers at the Royal Thai Army Officer School Maha Mongkut Yothin Education Camp,  were enlisted to help gather and deliver the street dogs to a vet team run by People and Animals Thailand (PAT), who had set up a temporary vet clinic on the military base.

The successful team effort is the latest collaboration from the PAT initiative, which works with the local community in Hua Hin to help humanely manage the local population of street animals.

Vaccinations are essential in helping to tackle the spread of deadly diseases like rabies, while spaying-and-neutering helps less animals be born on the streets. Sadly, the majority of newborn street animals succumb to starvation, disease, road accidents, or other horrible deaths, so projects like these can help prevent needless suffering for street animals.

Mission complete!

The PAT clinic is an initiative by Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT), and is kindly supported by the Dog’s Trust Worldwide.

PAT clinic’s work at Hua Hin army base is just one of our recent missions in helping to prevent the suffering of street animals. Please help us to continue the PAT clinic and our other life-saving work for wildlife by making a donation.

อัพเดทล่าสุดจากโรงเรียนนายสิบทหารบก หัวหิน สุนัขกว่า 120 ตัวได้รับการทำหมันและฉีดวัคซีน และนี่คือผลงานจากทีมงานที่น่าทึ่ง ที่ทำให้เรารักในการร่วมกันกับชุมชนเพื่อช่วยเหลือสุนัข หากคุณสามารถช่วยเหลือสุนัขผ่านเราในการลดความยากลำบากของสัตว์จรจัด โปรดช่วยเราในการบริจาคเพื่อสุนัขเหล่านี้ทาง www.wfft.org/projects/dog-and-cat-spay-clinic/ หรือทาง QR code scan


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WFFT is one of South East Asia’s largest animal sanctuaries and cares for over 700 animals. The sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates captive wild animals, and offers a forever home to those who cannot safely be returned to the wild.

The charity also focuses on raising awareness of wildlife conservation and animal exploitation by educating tourists and local communities on the urgent issues facing animals today.

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