Canines in Crisis
helping the helpless
Jai Dog Rescue’s Canines in Crisis Fund has been created to provide support for those who are most in need. There are millions of stray dogs in rural Thailand; but often there are individuals who are in need of specialist care and veterinary treatment in order to not only survive, but thrive. These unfortunate few rely on us and the community to help them heal and provide the lifelong support that they require to stay healthy.
Meet Our Newest Rescue - Pi Mai
As a pup in rural Nakhon Nayok, Pi Mai found himself in desperate need at the tender age of just 4 weeks old. He found himself alone and in danger as he became the victim of violence caused by another street dog. Just a puppy, alone, and injured; Pi Mai dragged his paralysed body along the road, desperately calling out for help. His pleas were answered when a sympathetic “Auntie” found him and took him into her care.
Now missing a tail and without use of his rear limbs, Pi Mai adjusted to his new world and found comfort in the love of his caretaker and slowly adjusted to life on two paws.
How your donation will help
With your help, we plan to get Pi Mai a wheelchair of his own, giving him the independence he so desperately craves. Up until recently, he has only ever experienced movement by dragging his back legs behind him, resulting in open sore and painful friction burns, when all he wants to do is run and play like all puppies enjoy at his age.
What’s more, we want to provide lifelong support for Pi Mai and many other incredible rescue dogs like him.
Your donations will:
Provide mobility aids such as wheelchairs. This will ensure that Pi Mai and other rescues like him will have the independence and mobility they crave.
Provide urgent and specialist treatment for the sick and injured. For the sick and injured dogs that arrive at our shelter, the difference between life and death could be the treatment they receive. Your donations will allow us to take in the sick and injured, nurse them back to health, and care for them until they’re well enough to assimilate to life on the Farm.
Provide vital medication, including flea, tick and worm treatment. This will be administered regularly to prevent the outbreak of sickness and disease within our rescue.
Sterilise and vaccinate new arrivals. When we support new rescues, one priority is to eliminate the risk of further breeding. Your donations will allow us to administer regular courses of vaccinations to ensure the dogs’ ongoing health, and to sterilise any new arrivals dumped at our shelter.