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80 Dogs returned to Lamlookka and Ayutthaya

  • 12 December 2011
  • Dogs

  See here on this Thai language Facebook page the return of 80 dogs yesterday back to Lamlookka and Ayutthaya. These dogs were evacuated almost 6 weeks ago from the flooding and have now returned home. All dogs are spayed and neutered, vaccinated and treated for any disease they might…

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RETURN TO DOG ISLAND – Part 3

  • 16 November 2011
  • Dogs

[More...] Around 4pm, a vet from the Livestock department arrived to assess some of the more critically ill dogs. His main concern was a distemper outbreak, the disease we all fear the most & have been watching for. Several dogs were possible suspects, so we took them back to Bangkok…

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Flood rescue work, stage 3 spay/neuter and treatments

  • 5 November 2011
  • Dogs

The third stage of the flood rescue efforts for pets after 1. the initial assessment, 2. the rescue and evacuation is 3. care for rescued animals and eventual spay/neuter, all before the last stage 4. return to owners and/or origin. Although we still see animals brought in every day we…

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Neutering of Stray animals

  • 8 August 2006
  • Dogs

The stray dog problem is a major concern throughout Thailand as many upcountry villagers and local townspeople are simply unable to afford routine veterinary care for their pets. Often the lack of pet neutering leads to unwanted puppies and kittens which are either dumped on temples or in forests and…

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