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STERILISATION & VACCINATION
THE DOG CRISIS
There are over 8 million dogs living on the streets in Thailand and the problem is growing. Many will die before they reach adolescence.
We are committed to widespread and intensive sterilisation to help slow the rising tide of suffering and improve the quality of life for those animals already born onto the streets. We operate a programme of multiple sterilisation and vaccination clinics across our province of Nakhon Nayok.
CAPTURE, NEUTER, VACCINATE AND RELEASE
We advocate the CNVR model of sterilisation, proven to be the most humane and effective method of tackling the stray dog problem at its source.
Great care is taken to capture dogs without causing any harm or undue stress. Our surgeons use specialist techniques which allow for smaller incisions, reducing the risk of infection and promoting rapid healing. Vets trained in the field of mass sterilisation work remarkably quickly and efficiently – if no complications arise, females are neutered in an average of 40 minutes and males in just 15 minutes.
ON SITE CLINIC
In 2020, we opened the doors to our clinic, enabling us to bring our CNVR activity on-site. The facility gives us the space to sterilise 25 dogs per day, all within a safe and stress-free environment.
Our air-conditioned surgery provides a cool and calm space for both vets and dogs. A dedicated triage area with separate space for treatment and recovery means that the clinic works seamlessly, making the entire process less stressful for all involved.
We now plan to expand into a fully-fledged dog hospital, including multiple surgical stations, specialist treatment areas and other facilities. Your donations will help pave the way towards a better future for Thailand’s stray dogs.
BETTER HEALTH FOR STREET DOGS
Vaccinating every stray dog that passes through our clinic is an extremely effective way of combatting disease within the stray dog community. Each dog is given a full course of vaccinations, which gives the dogs we operate on the best possible chance to live a long and healthy life once released back into their home environment.
We also administer flea treatments and any other immediate care that may be needed. Once treated, our dogs are tattooed to show they have been sterilised.
Evidence continues to show the positive impact of CNVR. Dogs living in areas which have benefitted from CNVR activity have been shown to have longer life spans and lower rates of disease. We can also track and trace the dogs who have passed through our clinics and monitor their recovery and ongoing heath, ready to step in again if needed.
Rescue & Rehab
Whether it’s the threat of lethal diseases such as parvovirus, canine distemper or TVT, or the harrowing injuries and disabilities caused by the reality of life on the streets, we are on hand to respond to whatever emergency may arise.
Wherever possible we try to find a new home for our dogs that can’t be returned to the street.
Our Adoption Team can take you through the detail of our rehoming process
Jai Dog Rescue works closely with local carers across our province, providing support for thousands of street dogs. We created Jai Aid to help these compassionate members of our community.
It costs just £25 to sterilise a Thai street dog
A donation to our CNVR work goes a long way. Not only will it improve the life of a stray dog, freeing them from the gruelling cycle of uncontrolled breeding and vaccinating them against disease, but you will also be preventing hundreds more puppies from being born into a life of misery and suffering.Donate