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helping the helpless

Jai Dog Rescue’s Canines in Crisis Fund provides support for those most in need. We often encounter dogs in need of urgent specialist care and veterinary treatment just to survive. These unfortunate few rely on us and the community to help them heal and provide the lifelong support that they require to stay healthy. 

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Meet Our Newest Rescue - Cha Guay

Cha Guay is our most recent rescue and he is in desperate need of surgery to save his leg due to a severe fracture.

The team was called out to a dog in distress, typically this means the team has to be wary as a dog in pain is a bite risk, but not Cha Guay. He came to the team, hobbling on three legs with a smile on his face and a waggy tail.

His gentle nature means that he will be easily placed in a home in the future once healthy enough to be adopted but right now we have to get him standing tall once again. Unfortunaley for Cha Guay the X-rays show that he needs a little bit of help to get him there.

Cha Gauy will need a surgery and a plate inserted into the bone to ensure it is stable enough to heal. These extra costs but a burden on our charity and we would love your support to help Cha get back on his feet.

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Update on Pi Mai

Our last Canine in Crisis

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.

With your help, we were able to get Pi Mai a wheelchair of his own, giving him the independence he so desperately craved. Up until recently, he has only ever experienced movement by dragging his hind limb behind him.

Now he lives a new life and is free to run to his hearts content, all thanks to your donations!


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