Dumpee is a male dog who was hit by a car and lost all use of his hind legs. He received no medical attention and has been chained in this condition for over a year, out in the weather with no cover. We have been feeding him and built a temporary covered area. After much discussion with the owner we have moved him to our property. We have constructed a fenced in area, 3m x 3m, with a dog house, all under a cherry tree.  He is now enjoying the first freedom he has known in the past year. Our next step, once we have him properly checked out by the vet, is to try and find a wheelchair for him so he can run around as he should.

 

This will cost a lot of money but is something we think must be done. We are asking for your help. Please donate what you can at hopeforstrays.org. Our donations page can accept credit cards or PayPal and the company bank account is also shown for direct deposits.

 

We desperately want to give this guy a proper home and allow him to move around freely.

 

ดำปี๋เป็นสุนัขเพศผู้ที่ถูกรถชนทำให้เสียขาหลังทั้งสองใช้งานไม่ได้และเขาไม่ได้รับการรักษาเมื่อตอนถูกรถชน เป็นเวลาปีกว่าแล้ว ดำปี๋ถูกล่ามโช่ไว้หน้าบ้านตอนที่เราไปเห็นจึงได้สอบถามกับเจ้าของดำปี๋เจ้าของบอกยุ่งมากไม่มีเวลาดูแล เราจึงขอดำปี๋มาอุปการะเอง ตอนนี้เราได้ให้ช่างมาสร้างรั่วและบ้านหมากว้าง  3x3เมตร ใต้ต้นเชอรี่ตอนนี้เขามีความสุขกับความเป็นอิสระที่ไม่ต้องถูงมัดอีกต่อไป ขั้นตอนต่อไปของเราหลังจากพาเขาไปตรวจสุขภาพกับสัตวแพทย์เรียบร้อยแล้วทางเราจะพยายามหารถเข็นให้เขาเพื่อที่เขาจะได้วิ่งไปรอบๆอย่างที่เขาสมควร

 

ทั้งหมดนี้จะมีค่าใช้จ่ายจำนวนมากแต่เราก็สมควรทำ ทางเราจึงขอความช่วยเหลือมายังทุกท่าน คุณสามารถบริจากมาให้ความช่วยเหลือดำปี๋ได้ที่บัญชีมูลนิธิความหวังสุนัขจรจัดและท่านสามารถบริจากด้วยบัตรเคดิต เพเพา บัญชีธนาคารของบริษัท เราอยากให้เขามีบ้านที่เหมาะสม และให้เขาได้วิ่งอย่างเป็นอิสระ.

handicapped dog rescued
handicapped dog rescued
handicapped dog rescued
handicapped dog rescued
handicapped dog rescued
handicapped dog rescued

We would like to follow up on our posts about Khun Wilai, the lovely lady who cares for 30 dogs but has no electricity and little water at her home. Natalie Thomas saw our post and showed it to her boss, Mikey Lawlor, who is the manager of the Green Acres Animal Rescue, Little Haven, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom. They felt this was a very worthwhile cause, to help someone who gives to animals despite having little for herself. Through the generosity their supporters they raised enough money to have power installed and put a water pump on their well. Once the dry season comes the well will be deepened so they can have water all year.

Hope for Strays Foundation has used the money raised to purchase all the electrical supplies to run the power into the house and provided wall outlets and lights. The power company has set their pole and meter. All that is left is for them to turn the power on.

We cannot thank Green Acres Animal Rescue enough for giving this family, who gives so much to the dogs they support, the assistance they needed.


A dog who was adopted from us a while ago has become extremely ill and required a blood transfusion. Our favorite local vet, Dr. Zin, called and asked if one of our dogs could be a donor. We took a couple in but they had the wrong blood type. This is where Rambo, appropriately named due to his size, came into his own. He had the right blood and quietly donated what was needed. We just hope that it was enough to help this unfortunate dog.


This little girl was found near the Nongprue market. She was being attacked by two much larger dogs. After the fight was broken up we brought her home. She has been very badly traumatized, probably having been attacked a number of times before. For the first 24 hours she refused to leave the cage and when removed from the cage she would go right back in. She will now, at least walk around a little but goes to the most secluded place in the yard. She is making progress. We have the vet running blood tests to see if she has any problems. Results will come back soon. Now the hard part comes, getting her to fit in with our other, less than shy, dogs.


A friend who looks after four street dogs asked us to help taking a bitch for sterilization. People from a construction camp helped us to grab Samlee and we took her to Silverlake clinic. Meanwhile she is back to her place and we are waiting for an opportunity to catch the second female dog which is not so easy because that dog is very cautious.


Visiting the beach dogs at Wat Amparahm in Baan Amphur we discovered a mother dog with four pups obviously dumped there recently. All five dogs seemed in good health and were quite friendly. Since dogs are dumped at the beach regularly we were prepared to include them in our vaccination and sterilization program. A few days later when we were looking after the beach dogs again we surprisingly met a woman there who told us that the dogs were hers and being "kidnapped" by a neighbor who dumped them at the beach. The woman's account seemed to be reliable and so we were happy watching the dogs leaving with their owner.    


Another bad TVT case found at Wat Amparahm in Baan Amphur where we look after dogs on the beach. Usually we don't approach the other temple dogs but yesterday we went looking for someone who has the keys for an annex of the main temple building. A dog was obviously unintentionally locked in there and nobody answered to its howling. Finally we found a monk who could open a door of the building and when I did so I saw the TVT dog among other dogs in a state if pain. Today we went to take him to Silverlake Clinic but couldn't find him. Will have another try tomorrow.