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At Jai Dog Rescue we care for dogs of all shapes, sizes and abilities. While most will only need routine care such as antibiotics and minor surgery, others will have suffered through incredibly painful incidents, leaving them permanently disabled or with life altering physical differences.

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We need your help to secure four wheelchairs for Jai Dog residents: Sum Lee, Caffe, Jackayan and Omo. Each wheelchair costs £340.

Years of wear and tear has now left the dogs in desperate need of new chairs.

We are down to just two (partially working!) wheelchairs, meaning the dogs are having to share their mobility aids to enable everyone to get an opportunity to have some fun on a walk.



All four of these dogs fully rely on their wheelchair to allow them the freedom they deserve.

For our disabled dogs, a wheelchair is so much more. It is a mobility aid that allows them to be who they want to be and do what they want to do. They can run with the pack on their twice daily walks, play games and give chase through the jungle and woodland terrain, or enjoy a leisurely stroll around the lake!

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Meet Sum Lee: a crowd favourite, he’s a big boy with an even bigger personality!

He became disabled as a young dog when a farmer shot him as punishment for chasing his chickens. Sum Lee is now paralysed from the waist down and uses his wheelchair to run and play with the other Farm dogs.

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Meet Omo: an older boy who found himself in serious trouble when he was involved in a road traffic accident.

He was paralysed and in need of immediate medical attention. We are pleased to say that with countless hours of physiotherapy our team was able to help Omo walk again. His steps are still shaky but he is able to move slowly on his own for short distances.

For walks and on the challenging terrain, Omo relies on his wheels to help him get around as his muscles are quick to fatigue. He loves getting out with the other dogs to have some fun!

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Meet Jackayan: once a happy street dog but yet another incident of a road traffic accident.

Found paralysed on the side of the road in pain, Jackayan was lucky to be alive.

With no possibility of being returned to the streets, Jackayan became a permanent resident at Jai and loves his new life. He spends his days running freely through the jungles, playing and doing zoomies in his wheels with the other Jai dogs!

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Meet Caffe: rescued outside a resort after being hit by a car.

Paralysed and left for dead, she had permanent nerve damage and is now paralysed from the waist down.

She doesn’t let that stop her though and is a force to be reckoned with. Seen galloping as fast as she can, she will often manage to escape her wheelchair whilst off roading in the rugged terrain and drag herself through the wild jungle (leaving you to find her wheelchair!)


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