Canines in Crisis
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Helping the Helpless
Jai Dog’s Canines in Crisis Fund aids dogs in dire need, offering urgent rescue, specialised care, and vital veterinary treatment to enable them to survive and thrive. These dogs depend on our help and local community support for healing and lifelong wellness.
472 DOGS RESCUED
At Jai Dog, we’re the relentless force behind every dog’s right to a better life, no matter the life they are born into.
Picture this: the harsh Thai streets, where survival is a daily struggle against disease, cutthroat competition for food, and the looming threat of accidents, neglect and abuse.
We’re the beacon of hope for many street dogs, available 24/7, 365 days a year. Parvovirus, canine distemper, road traffic accidents and the scars of street life, we confront every medical challenge fearlessly and will never turn a dog away.
When we treat a dog in need, they inherit our unwavering promise: we’ll stop at nothing to help them. Whether it’s conquering disease, healing wounds, or performing life-saving surgery, we stand by them, resolute and unyielding. Our commitment runs deep, just like the strength and resilience of the dogs we rescue.
Featured are just some of the dogs we’ve rescued and provided emergency aid for since the charity began in 2017.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Top to bottom row: Mumu, John, Tha Chang & Lodd Chong before and after treatment
Mumu, rescued as a tiny puppy after a vicious attack by a larger dog, resulting in a life-threatening abdominal hernia. A compassionate passerby called us for help, saving his life. He also battled severe mange and was very weak. Despite the challenges, he showed resilience and a cheerful spirit throughout his recovery journey. Thanks to extensive treatment and surgery, Mumu eventually regained his health and is now thriving, living with us at The Farm.
John, hit by a car with devastating injuries. A kind local feeder witnessed the accident and called us for help. He underwent lifesaving surgery for his paralysed back legs and extensive rehabilitation. But John is a survivor, he thankfully regained full use of his legs and now enjoys twice daily walks (and runs!) on the Farm with his friends.
Tha Chang was found in a shocking state with widespread mange, sunburned skin, open sores, and internal parasites. A concerned passerby raised the alarm, and our skilled team stepped in. In just 3 months, Tha Chang transformed from a frail and reactive dog into a handsome, healthier pup. He still needs to gain more weight and improve his coat but he has made a significant recovery.
Lodd Chong was rescued in 2021 after a car accident that left her with two broken legs and severe swelling, her prognosis seemed grim. Despite the odds, our dedicated team’s rigorous physiotherapy and unwavering care paid off when LC took her first independent steps. Now, LC not only walks but enjoys complete freedom of movement, a testament to her remarkable recovery.