Behind every rescued animal, stands a certain type of super-hero.
What does Clifford (pictured) get to do every day, that many street dogs never get the chance to enjoy?
Who is Buster, and how does he make the staff laugh every day?
How do street dogs saved on the paradise island of Koh Lanta cope in new homes abroad?
Shelter Manager, Diane, shares all!
Why are there so many street dogs needing assistance?
How has Covid-19 effected rescue operations?
Is it really possible to make a difference by donating just $1/£1?
Co-founder Nicole shares with us the complex realities surrounding dog rescue in these hard times.
Dog Rescue Thailand is a non-profit organization whose main purpose is to give the stray dogs in Mae Phim / Rayong a better life and to diminish the number of suffering stray dogs in. the locality.
Julia from DRT takes some time from her busy schedule to fill us in on the situation in this often overlooked area and clarify how everyone stuck at home can help!
Stefan gives a frank and heartfelt interview with a clear objective on how YOU can help him with his mission, even if Koh Samui is a million miles away!
This is one of our favourite sanctuaries so we were very excited to interview Stefan for Animal Welfare Week!
What are the biggest challenges faced by the best Vet Van in Thailand?
How can you help reduce the number of stray dogs, directly from your sofa?
Founder Jazmine fills us in on the highs and lows of running the Vet Van in the hardest to reach areas of Ranong province.
This young, self-funded shelter needs you to hear about them! Volunteer Manager Amanda reveals all on the best foster fail, and getting to howl at visitors!
Phangan Animal Care For Strays Foundation is a non-profit organisation operating on the island of Koh Phangan in Thailand.
PACS are an animal hospital that provides life-saving medical treatment, vaccinations, and sterilisations to stray and wild animals of Koh Phangan.
What is it that most Thai dogs can't do that might surprise you?
Dale at PACS sheds some light on the unique characters that have been saved over the years
Rescue P.A.W.S.’ mission is to reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Thailand, improve the overall well-being of the street animals in Hua Hin province, and create a healthy relationship between the human and animal communities.
Rescue Co-Ordinator Trine gives a touching and honest account of rescue, and touches on the harsh realities of failed adoptions and how Rescuers continue to support adopters, long after dogs have travelled.