We would like to send a huge thank you to dusitD2 chiang mai and DusitPrincess Chiang Mai for their generous donation of dog food, flea and tick treatments and more! The support from local businesses is truly amazing. Thanks again Dusit D2 and Dusit ...

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Thank you Dusit!

We would like to send a huge thank you to dusitD2 chiang mai and DusitPrincess Chiang Mai for their generous donation of dog food, flea and tick treatments and more! The support from local businesses is truly amazing. Thanks again Dusit D2 and Dusit Princess for your support.



Congratulations to Duke. He has finally found his forever home. Duke received the special care from our vets, staffs and volunteers. Here are 2 pictures of Duke, when he first arrived to WVS Care for Dogs 1 year ago and the picture of the adoption date. We are so happy for you Duke! Thank you for opening your hearts and home to our dog.

Adopting a rescue dog from the WVS Thailand has never been easier! Our expert team at the Care for Dogs shelter is ready to guide you through the process to ensure that you leave with a best friend for life. A rescue dog that is closely matched to your home environment and activity level to ensure a smooth transition into the family. With over 100 rescue dogs still waiting, why not pop to the shelter from Monday to Saturday between 09:30 – 16:00, Adoption Number: 090 323 7317 to find the perfect companion for your home.

Remember adopt, don’t shop! Please share this post to help more dogs find their forever home. Thank you. #adoptdontshop


Thank you Bob!

We are proud to announce that one of our long term volunteers has recently completed a physical challenge to raise money for the dogs that live here in the WVS Care for Dogs shelter.

Blain Hoskins ran in The Great North Run on Sunday, known as ‘The worlds longest Half Marathon’ and managed to complete the course in a fantastic time, all in aid of the many rescue dogs that he met while he was in Thailand last year volunteering at the shelter.

There is still time to help Blain reach his fundraising target and sponsoring him could not be easier. Please follow the link below to read about Blains outstanding efforts and help him to get as close as possible to his donation goal. All of the money raised will go towards the care of the dogs that reside in the shelter while they wait for there forever homes to adopt them.

A huge THANK YOU from all of the staff, volunteers, supporters and of course the dogs! Blain was an incredible volunteer when he was at the shelter and so many of our dogs fell in love with him and his partner while they were here. Continuing to support what we do with this physically demanding sponsored challenge highlights how lucky we are to have such amazing volunteers and supporters for the dogs in our care.



RESCUE: Mum & Puppies from CMU

Last week we were alerted to a case at Chiang Mai University involving 7 puppies living around a very busy and dangerous construction site on the campus and we were able to respond immediately.

Our animal handling team made their way to the site to meet up with some of the retired teachers who have been keeping an eye on the situation and providing a safe source of food for the puppies and their mum. This young family of dogs has been very fortunate to have had the ajarns and local animal welfare champion Bonnie looking out for them during a crucial stage of their development.

The mother dog had to be lured into a purpose build containment cage to ensure we could catch her before she ran away. Once this stage was completed, the team swooped in to collect the puppies so that the family could be bought into the shelter and housed in the same kennel together during their stay with WVS Thailand.

Thankfully the ajarns and Bonnie were around for the duration of the rescue to provide a friendly and trusted face or two for the puppies, this helped keep the stress levels down for mum and the puppies.

Since the rescue, mum and her puppies have been doing really well and have received their vaccinations, worming tablets, flea & tick treatment and full medical checks to make sure there are no hidden illnesses.

In around two weeks time we will be looking to rehome the puppies to local homes that can provide a loving and caring environment for the puppies to grow up and live out a happy life within.

Our thanks go to everyone involved in the rescue……..the dogs of CMU are incredibly lucky to have so many kind spirited volunteers looking out for them each and every day, without them the population would be many times higher than today and many of the dogs would go hungry.

Take a look at some of the photos from the rescue and keep an eye on the Facebook page over the coming weeks for your chance to adopt one of these adorable and well rounded pups! Please send a message to our page if you are interested in adopting one of the puppies and we can discuss the details further with you as we get closer to the release date……..one lucky puppy already has a home lined up so book in as soon as you can to ensure the puppy of your dreams comes home with you soon!!


7 days, 7 puppies from CMU

We are so happy to see Tuesday going off to her amazing new family today  Thursday, Friday and Sunday are also reserved last week.
Now we just need to find a home for her sweet sisters. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday are beautiful, intelligent and super cute puppy that will melt your heart and keep you smiling each day with her playful personality and a playful character.
For more information adoption Number: 090 323 7317 or send us a message to our inbox.
Shelter is open on Monday to Saturday between 09:30 – 16:00 


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