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Saturday January 13, 2018 - January 19, 2018

A dozen puppies for adoption

Hope for Strays has a dozen puppies for adoption.

Hope for Strays was alerted that there were 12 puppies in need in the Huai Chak Nok area. They went with a team of vets to examine and test the puppies and found them all to be healthy. They are being cared for by an elderly couple who do not have the resources to support these newly born dogs.

All of the puppies, and their mothers, have been given their first vaccinations and deworming treatment. Once they have their second vaccination they will be moved to the Hope for Strays shelter. The mothers will be spayed and depending on how they fit in the shelter will either stay or be returned to where they were.

The shelter is overflowing at this time and it will be hard to accommodate 12 more puppies. Management is hoping that some of you out there will consider adopting a puppy. They are cute little puppies who will be medium sized when full grown. If you would like to adopt then please call 0891588345. If you would like to donate to help support these guys then please go to hopeforstrays.org.


Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017 - Jan. 5, 2018

Dogs for Adoption - Sunflower and Wusen

Sunflower (right) and Wusen (left).

Hope for Strays Shelter

Sunflower was found in a ... sunflower field. She was alone and had some fairly serious skin problems. We took her in and started treatments. The lady who owned the sunflower field said there was another puppy and their mother still out there. Took some time to find them but we finally found Wusen, Sunflower’s sister. She was in good shape but a bit shy with people.

They are both in the Hope for Strays Shelter now and are doing well. Their mother has been brought in also. We will have her spayed but she, unfortunately, suffers from blood parasites, so we will have to wait a few weeks before we can do the surgery.

The puppies are about 4 months old. They are both full of energy and are getting along well with the other dogs. We expect them to be smaller than the average dogs on the street.

If you would be interested in adopting one of these puppies or see the other puppies we now have available for adoption, please call Hope for Strays at 0891588345.


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A dozen puppies for adoption

Dogs for Adoption - Sunflower and Wusen


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