Taro turned up at Prajuab's place a month ago. He was emaciated and Prajuab tried to feed him but was not very successful. We treated Taro for blood parasites for three weeks and took him finally to Silverlake clinic where he was diagnosed with chronic liver impairment. Taro unfortunately could not be saved and died of liver failure.
This is another sad case found in Naklua. This dog has been hit by a car and obviously suffered from internal injuries. We found him emaciated with a severely distended abdomen. His condition was life threatening and he was operated on the same day. Unfortunately he died five hours after surgery.
Wan Song, our helper in Naklua made us aware of a dog under a car who according to residents didn't move for a couple of days. With the help of Saek, a dog catcher, we took the dog to Silverlake clinic where he was diagnosed with severe liver impairment. The vet couldn't safe his live.
Song is one of the strays that have been relocated onto the waste ground at Mabprachan reservoir. He has been treated for a nasty wound under one of his paws. Khao is a dog of Ba Baet, a poor old woman, who is helping us looking after dogs at Wat Amparahm. Khao has been spayed.
Many of Prajuab's dogs have been already sterilized and several treated for TVT (transmissible venereal tumor). Sida has been treated for blood parasites and been sterilized. Long has also been sterilized but had to be treated for eye TVT as well. Dang has been treated for TVT and has been sterilized.
A poor Thai living in a humble shack on a large waste ground at Mabprachan reservoir is looking after more than sixty dogs who are living between the shacks and under the trees and bushes. We provide Prajuab every month with 100 kg dry food and 60 kg rice.
One of our helpers found two one week old puppies whose mother disappeared with two other pups. We took Anna and Felix into House Mabprachan and kept them alive by bottle-feeding. They are now five weeks old and striving.
Two more bitches have been spayed. The black one is living close to a Family Mart at Soi Pothisarn and the brown one is from of a 7/11 store at Baan Mabprachan.
Anna, one of the seven motherless puppies Olga, the Russian resident asked us to take in, has been adopted. Her new parents are praising her how smart she is and how well she fitted into her new home.
A foreign resident needed to relocated three strays which he have been looking after for four years. Residents of a small villages where he fed the dogs asked him to remove the dogs. We found a new place for the dogs in an large waste ground where they are now being looked after by Prajuab, a poor Thai, who is feeding more than sixty dogs there.