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A street dog named Una came into our lives during one of the first community spay/neuter clinics allowed since Covid-19 closures in Thailand. Our hardworking partners at the Sangkhlaburi Animal Sanctuary brought Una in to be treated for a gruesome wound and to be spayed. As the vet was about to operate, he discovered that Una had FIVE mummified unborn puppies inside her!

Infection from a gruesome puncture wound was taking over this sweet street dog’s paw, with visible bone and her claw hanging on by a thread. How every step must have pained her! Add to this the pain she must have endured as her puppies died inside her and you can see why poor Una was going through hell.


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A raging infection KILLED Una’s unborn pups in her belly. All her weary body could do was to mummify their little bodies in its last-ditch attempt to save her own life!


The street dog situation in Sangkhlaburi is desperate. In this remote and mountainous region of Thailand, the nearest veterinary hospital is a grueling FOUR-HOUR DRIVE away. Without funds for regular spay/neuter clinics, more street dogs will suffer horribly like Una and her pups.

PLEASE, please donate whatever you can - today if you can!

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Your support has already been a lifeline to this work and we are so, SO grateful. It took days of work just to prepare the spay/neuter clinic, but it was so worthwhile. An incredible 59 street dogs were sterilized. YOU helped make this possible.


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EVERY donation truly makes a LIFE-SAVING difference to a street dog in the most urgent, heartbreaking need.

You can have confidence that your donation today, large or small, WILL EASE SUFFERING and SAVE LIVES.

Please, be as generous as you can, today if possible…
Sangkhlaburi’s street dogs - need your help.

Thank you for being the animals' best and brightest hope!

For the animals,


Brian and Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
Network for Animals


Banner image and P.S. credit: Sangkhlaburi Animal Sanctuary

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