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Rescue & Rehab
Because dogs deserve better
Jai Dog Rescue provide a vital lifeline to street dogs in desperate need. Life is tough for a dog on the streets of Thailand. Disease is rife, the climate is unforgiving, and competition for territory and food is fierce. To make matters worse, stray dogs are at a staggeringly high risk of injury or death caused by road traffic accidents and neglect.
Whether it’s the threat of lethal disease such as parvovirus, canine distemper or TVT, or the harrowing injuries and disabilities caused by the reality of life on the streets, we’re on hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to respond to whatever emergency may arise.
We commit to each and every dog that passes through our care: once a street dog becomes a Jai Dog, they have our promise that we’ll do whatever it takes to provide for them. Whether it’s nursing them through disease or sickness, or providing life-saving surgery or treatment, we never give up on them.
Danger on the road
Our work exposes us to the harsh reality of life for a dog on the streets of Thailand. One of the more common injuries we see are those caused by traffic accidents.
Street dogs here in Thailand often linger at the side of the road during the day, hopeful that they may come across discarded food. At night, many dogs to take to the road itself, lying down and enjoying the warmth that comes from the tarmac.
Both habits place Thailand’s street dogs directly in harm’s way; and with fast and erratic driving on the roads, accidents are all too common. It’s rare that someone will stop when a stray is hit. Often we’ll be called out for an emergency rescue, only to realise on arrival that the dog has been suffering for weeks.
We have vast experience responding to these kind of injuries and, working with the incredible local veterinary team, have rescued victims of car accidents who would otherwise have perished. Some are able to walk again, others may need an amputation or wheelchair. But we never give up on an injured dog, no matter how severe their injuries.
Specialist care for dogs in need
After a dog has been rescued and assessed by our local vet, a treatment plan is put in place to ensure the dog has the best chance of making a successful recovery. Some of our more serious rescue cases may require specialist treatment and rehabilitation.
We provide wheelchairs for dogs who have been paralysed, helping them to learn how to navigate their new wheels safely. Whilst it’s not good for a dog to remain in their chair for long periods of time (this can put undue strain on the upper body and cause further injury), we make sure that all our dogs receive two walks a day, on top of playtime with their friends.
From our home to yours
Where possible, we try to find our dogs a new home and family through our adoption program. Some dogs wait only a matter of weeks before they catch the eye of a loving adopter, some may wait years. But The Farm is a safe home for all, no matter how long they need it.
Some dogs remain long term residents, and we provide for them with all the care and affection they deserve. Our sponsorship programme helps us give these dogs a long and happy life, no matter if they’re unsuited to a more conventional adoptive home of their own.
STERILISATION & VACCINATION
Our regular CNVR clinics help slow the rising tide of suffering and improve quality of life.
With collaboration as a core value, we respect the culture and needs of our local community.
Save a life. Sponsor a dog.
There are over 80 dogs who call The Farm home. For our sponsor dogs, the shelter provides them both a safe haven and a forever sanctuary, ensuring they’ll know nothing but comfort and safety for the rest of their lives, despite their harrowing beginnings in life.
Sponsorship makes that possible: give our dogs the gift of a lifetime
Another victim of a road traffic accident, Leo was found with two compound fractures that resulted in a double amputation. But he lived to show the world how incredible disabled dogs are!
Sum Lee was shot in the back as a puppy by a local farmer. He was left paralysed from the waist down and needed a lot of care to help him recover. But he lived to show the world how incredible disabled dogs are!
When she lived on the streets, humans injected Mook with birth control hormones to stop her breeding, leading to an infection that nearly killed her. Now, Mook wants to share her story to prevent other female strays from suffering too.
ฉันชื่อโก โก้ พลังพิเศษที่ได้รับจากใจด๊อกก็คือ ‘ใจเย็น’
ฉันเป็นหนึ่งในลูกสุนัขหลายพันตัวที่ถูกทอดทิ้ง ที่คงไม่ได้โตเป็นผู้ใหญ่ หากไม่ใช่เพราะใจด๊อก เรสคิว แม้ว่าชีวิตจะเริ่มต้นด้วยความยากลำบาก แต่ฉันก็ลืมความทุกข์ไปอย่างหมดสิ้น และชอบมากที่ได้นอนหลับสบาย
From our home to yours
We love every single dog who passes through our care, and it’s our pleasure to get to know them as individuals. But not matter how hard it is to say goodbye, nothing makes us happier than seeing them start a new life in a forever home all of their own.
Adopt a dog and discover love like no other.
Friendly, well-mannered, and chilled, Mary is a real cool customer who loves to make friends with both people and dogs alike!
Spot might be tiny, but she’s got a big character and can’t wait to share it with a forever family of her very own
Our very own little Pipistrelle Bat! This girl has ears for days and a heart of gold.
June is a sweet yet sensitive dog who is looking for a patient family to help her come out of her shell.
She might be small, but Sunday has plenty of character and there’s no holding her back! She loves to play and explore the world around her, so is looking for a home who can keep up with her boundless energy…
A unique story to tell and heaps of love to give, this special dog is one in a million and looking for an extraordinary adopter to complete her tale!
Jessie is a sweet-natured dog who needs a little time to get to know you: but once she does, you’re in for cuddles galore!
This gorgeous girl is a real people-person (or people-dog!?) and loves to nuzzle right up to you for cuddles. She’s looking for a home where she can the centre of someone’s world…
With her pointy ears and athletic build, Jaidee is the quintessential Jai Dog – she even has ‘Jai’ right there in her name!