12 Days of Jai: Feelgood gifting this Christmas

Christmas is a time for giving and spending time with your nearest and dearest. But it’s also a time to remember those most in need, and with less than ourselves.

With 85 dogs living and spreading cheer on “The Farm” year round, it’s our duty to maintain their happy, carefree disposition. Although our Farm residents don’t have a home to call their own, they too deserve to be spoiled this Christmas. That’s where you come in!

We’ve pulled together 12 easy (and some even free!) ways you can help support our Jai Dog’s this festive season…

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Touchdown in Thailand

After a long few years of life being firmly on pause, the UK-based contingent of Jai Dog Rescue headed out to The Farm earlier this month and brought our wonderful supporters along for the journey.  

In case you missed the adventures, here’s the lowdown on what we got up to: from CNVR clinic days to selfies with the dogs, emergency rescue callouts to shower day…and everything in between! 

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Jai ambassadors & partners

We might be a small charity, but we’ve got a pretty big ambition: to transform the lives of street dogs in Thailand. 

No matter how disadvantaged their start in life, we’re dedicated to a future in which every dog can experience health and happiness. We work tirelessly through seasons of stifling heat and torrential monsoons, to care for dogs who have nobody else. 

…but we don’t do it alone! 

We’re supported by some truly incredible organisations, individuals, and teams who have helped us rewrite the story for countless strays, taking them from the most tragic of beginnings and setting them on the path to a healthier, happier future. 

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March is an important month for us here at Jai, with not but two very special anniversaries coming up: not only is it 1 year since we became Jai Dog Rescue but the charity also turns 5 this month!

After what’s been a challenging few years for non-profits around the world, we feel incredibly grateful to be able to celebrate such milestones, and it’s undoubtedly thanks to each and every one of our supporters who have joined us on this journey.

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Jai Dog Rescue is proud to have teamed up with world-renowned animal charity Battersea in an ambitious 5 year project to transform the lives of street dogs here in Thailand. Through this groundbreaking partnership, our two charities are aiming to neuter and vaccinate over 70,000 stray dogs over a period of 5 years, protecting these animals from disease, improving their life expectancy, and creating a life for stray dogs that is safe, stable, and pain-free.

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Welcome to Jai Dog Lonely Hearts: unquestionably the cutest line-up of dating profiles you’ll see this Valentine’s Day. The only question is: will you swipe right? 

Meaning “heart”, the word Jai ใจ is used throughout Thai culture and can be found in words such as brave, resilient, kind, and strong: all the characteristics that we admire so much in the street dogs we meet every day. Street dogs like our line-up of Lonely Hearts… 

  • Meet our Jai Dog Lonely Hearts 
  • Text LONELYHEARTS to 70460 to show them a little love this Valentine’s Day (texts cost £5 per month, UK networks only)
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Welcoming a rescue dog into your home

Now that you’ve decided to adopt, you’ll likely be wondering what the next few months have in store: how long will it take my dog to settle in, and what can I do to support their transition from street > shelter > sofa? 

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Treat your dog, feed a stray

Marleybones & Jai Dog Rescue have one crucial thing in common: we love dogs. Yours, ours, and – most importantly – those without a home of their own. That’s why they’re donating £20 for every new new sign up: you even get 50% off!

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Inside our CNVR clinics

CNVR is a phrase we use a lot around here. After all, CNVR clinics are the only proven, sustainable and humane method of reducing Thailand’s stray dog problemBut what exactly does it mean? 

CNVR stands for the four stages of our clinics: Catch, Neuter, Vaccinate and Release, and it’s one of the most important aspects of our work here at Jai Dog Rescue. So much so, that we even have our very own, purpose-built clinic right here on The Farm, helping us scale up our CNVR efforts. 

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