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 29-Jun-15   And so we come to the end of another month.
June was a month full of events. We had the saddest times of all at Wat Na Huay with the poisonings. The dogs who are left have received extra special attention from me and luck is on their side for a change, because we have a new volunteer who came to meet the Wat Na Huay dogs and has promised to come back. Asha will definitely cheer them up, because I can sense that the dogs are also looking for their lost friends, so anybody who can show them some love and keep their minds occupied will help them to get over their losses. Thank you, Asha!
At Wat Wang Pong nothing is ever certain. Dogs go missing, but turn up again. We had the sad death of Velvet, a lovely Mum who fell ill. The monk who cared for her informed me much too late that she was ill. We tried to medicate but it was no longer possible to cure her. She was loved though by many monks and did have a secure place to live. I cannot criticize the way they look after their own dogs. I can only advise and help but not when it is too late.
Fran and I treated most dogs with Ivermectin this month. The new puppies were vaccinated. They seem to come and go, so I am glad when I can give them at least one shot for protection against the deadly diseases like parvo and distemper, the main killers amongst puppies. We have had some injuries, but they are under coltrol. Annie has a recurring skin problem, Kiew had a dreadfully infected bitewound, Coco an awful injury to her leg, we are treating several dogs with Doxycycline and still trying to befriend the pregnant girl. She is not looking well and I hope she is healthy enough to have her puppies. At least we are there to help her if we can.
Unfortunately donations seem to have dried up, so we are having to be very careful with visits to the vet. Luckily our experience has taught us a lot and we can treat many cases ourselves. Let us just wait and see what July will bring. My fringe-dogs, like Naughty Boy, Secret, Sappelot and others, are well and I try to keep them that way.
Photo-1 Emerald. Photo-2 Diamond. These two sisters are both unwanted puppies. They came second in an adoption competition! We love them and will take good care of them, as far as possible. And I am only over the moon that the winners, Georgie and Frankie are sooo happy in their new home.
  


 29-Jun-15   Tooty recovered, but Boonmee did not.
Yes, lovely Tooty is well again and still waiting to be adopted. God knows how much we have tried to get this lovely girl a home. But it never happens when it should. She is still at Rescue Paws and we are all hoping against hope that somebody will come forward and say that she is the one! She must never be bullied again and that is why she cannot come to my house or go back to the temple. She is too gentle. Picture-1 Tooty, lovely Tooty.
A sad story. Boonmee was found on the side of a road, paralysed. I took him to Rescue Paws where they diagnosed hepatitis and severe anaemia. Despite all their efforts, Boonmee did not make it. I can only feel comfort in the fact that he was cared for, comfortable, well fed and loved when he died. The vet thought he was an old dog. Goodbye Boonmee or Deng as he was called by the people in the area where we found him. We will meet again. Photo-2 Boonmee or Deng to others.
  


 28-Jun-15   Project Dogs.
I named them the Project Dogs as it was to be my project to befriend them, pick up the females, neuter them and put them back. But I failed totally and completely, sofar. They live semi-wild in the undergrowth on a plot of wasteland, yet in the middle of town, close to the Pranburi Hospital. Most residents in the area know about them but nobody has been able to catch any. To be honest, I doubt that anyone really tried. So they just get fed and live happily on their land. They look healthy. But the numbers are increasing - I counted between 30 and 40 - and the day will come when they fall ill and people will get fed up, although they do not run after cars, they avoid humans and do not go near the houses. All they want is food. I have been helping to feed them almost on a daily basis. They come out and bark their hello to me, the puppies are more daring than the adults and one little girl is so curious that she now eats from my hand. But if I try to touch her, she runs. I have patience and time. The adult females are coming into season again and the mating starts all over. Heike from Bang Sapan came here with her vets and equipment, but we failed to catch even one. She is too busy to come out often, but I hope that, one day, we will be able to catch them by blowdarting. They come close enough now. I keep trying and will not give up.
Photo-1 Catch-me-if-you-can, she eats out of my hand. Photo-2 Little Big-Mouth is slowly coming closer.
  


 24-Jun-15   The Building Site.
When I first peeped in behind the curtain, I saw a bunch of scruffy, mangy dogs in all sizes, many of them with wounds and scars. After a while I befriended them and the young woman caretaker, her young son Mac and his Dad. When the three females Red, White and Blue were strong enough, I took them for neutering and upon their return, they were all healthy and well. So delighted to see the young family again. All seemed fine. I went to check on them a week later and was told, to my horror, that Blue had died! I still do not know why. They told me she fell ill, but I think it was poisoning, because all the puppies were ill and the white male was the worst, not eating and lethargic. I treated them with antibiotics, vitamins and honey. The white male had to go to the vet for more intensive treatment. Slowly they got better and now they are all well again, being cared for by the young family. I still see them regularly and help to feed them. They live in appalling conditions but they are loved, so I am happy about that.
Photo-1 The young family when the three girls came home after neutering. Photo-2 After all the dogs had recovered, but sadly without Blue.
  


 23-Jun-15   Wat Na Huay :   So very sad again.
I do not quite know what to tell you. It happened again. Poisoning of the temple-dogs. Not only the temple-dogs. Many homes around the temple have lost their dogs in the same way. Everyone is aware of it and I am told it is not about killing chickens anymore. People worry. Nobody knows who is guilty. The police, the village-head, the monks, basically everyone involved is guessing. No proof, no witnesses. They are using a much stronger chemical now which works almost instantly. Should I be happy about that! Of my friends, eight are missing, all healthy, happy adults. Granny, Dindin, Worker, Daisy, Soey, Pepper, Sarah, Charlotte, all gone. Dindin will never jump up again, Pepper will never lick me again, Soey will never again run up in delight to see me. It is so hard to take. We have so few dogs left now, not even 30. I hate it so much. I could not even take one of them to the hospital for an autopsy. They had already been buried when they told me. What is the point of loving dogs, just to lose them again in such a cruel way. It has happened so many times.
Photo-1 Sooty, our youngest. What will her future be in Wat Na Huay? Photo-2 Linda & Big. Linda lost all her brothers and sisters, like Dindin, Billy, Crafty and even her Mum. Big, surprisingly, is still there, like her sister Book.
  


 20-Jun-15   The mystery of missing dogs.
It happens all the time. We comfort ourselves with the fairytale explanation that they were taken by kind people for adoption and that they now have a loving home or that they made the brave decision to make it on their own, sometimes even with a friend and that they are now happily living an independent life in the big wide world. We do not want to think of the bad options. Missing gives us hope and dreams. We do not have confirmation of their death, but in the back of my mind I also have to consider the worst. It is better not to know. We have lost several dogs this way, but two particular ones stand out.
In each temple we had a dog called Soey, which means beautiful in Thai, or Iteeya, which means shorty, as they were also called. They both had short legs, were similar in looks and both lived in the temples for years. Why did they both disappear around the same time. No trace of them, nobody could tell me anything and until today I still do not know what happened to them. They were not related and did not even meet each other. My fairytale is that they are now together somewhere and live a forever-happy-after-together-life. Bye bye Soey and Soey. It was nice knowing you both for all those years.
Photo-1 Soey Wang Pong. Photo-2 Soey Na Huay
  


 16-Jun-15   Middle of June, already!
And I have not updated the website for two weeks. So busy! Doody, the so-called sad little puppy has just proven me totally wrong. He is like a fish in water living the temple-life. He has made friends with everybody, dogs or humans. You can find him in all corners of the compound and he totally rules the dogs around him when it is feeding time. No fear whatsoever, he just sticks his head in the bucket and everybody has to wait until Doody has finished eating. I have never seen such a cheeky boy. He had his first vaccination, was dewormed and already had an Ivermectin treatment. All he needs is luck and he will go far. Super-boy! His picture is on the previous news item.
Tooty, who was so very ill she could not even stand up, let alone walk, has now made an almost complete recovery at Rescue Paws. I took her there with severe blood parasites. It was even more distressing to see her like that, when I remember how healthy and happy she was when she was first dumped in the temple. We had her neutered and all seemed well. But she was bullied terribly and could not get to the food, became weaker and weaker, then fell ill, hid from everyone and when she was found, it was almost too late. What a wonderful job Rescue Paws did. They are a dedicated dog-charity and I cannot thank them enough. We all hope that someone will adopt Tooty soon. She cannot go back to the temple. She is too sweet. Some dogs cannot take that life. A temple-dog is either a Doody or a Tooty.
A huge thank-you to Sally and Alec for yet another generous contribution. And also to a Thai lady called Upadee for her kind gift. People like you keep us going. The task of thanking you goes to Lupa who has walked out of the temple, left her children behind after raising them and is never forgotten by any of us.
Photo-1 Gentle Tooty. Photo-2 Lovely Lupa with a friend.
  


 02-Jun-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Beginning of June.
Same story again, another lonely, little puppy dumped at Wat Wang Pong. Another innocent, bewildered, but brave little boy. He does get looked after by various people, but he is so vulnerable. He has the company of Diamond and Emerald, two slightly older pups and hopefully they will teach him how to behave towards the big dogs. Some are real bullies to the little ones.
It must be so easy for anybody, just pick up your unwanted puppy at home, take it to the temple and leave it in a totally unknown environment, where a tiny dog has no way of knowing which way to turn, how to look for food and where to find a safe place to sleep. These people have no heart and lack complete understanding of what they are doing to a little dog like this. It is remarkable how well this puppy has settled in. We call him Doody and we can only wish him luck.
But temple-dogs can also have lots of fun with the people there. And Paddy is the proof of that. He is not the first one to be made up like that. Kids and adults alike love to hug their favorites and the dogs in return are happy to be stroked or caressed and be played with, as they totally trust the people who are kind to them. It is very soothing to visit the temple-dogs when you are down, as they will always give you loyalty and kindness, when you need it.
Photo-1 Our new puppy called Doody. Photo-2 Gorgeous Paddy.
  


 31-May-15   Wat Na Huay :   End of May.
And we finish this month with news from Wat Na Huay. A gorgeous little puppy is our latest dumped addition. The Headnun brought her in, after she found her whimpering at the back of the compound, scared of the big dogs. She is so cute, she is so sad and lonely, she is so innocent and brave. May she enjoy a good life, may she float on good luck forever.
Another dog, who has never been in the news, because she is rarely seen, is our dog called Three-legs. She lives under the monks quarters where her friend Peace often stays, amongst the cobwebs and the dust and the rubbish which is stored there. She is very old, blind as well in one eye and only feels safe hiding away from the other dogs. She is lovely in nature and so grateful for a gentle touch, a bit of attention and some company. She adores her food and snacks, so happiness to her is so easy to give.
photo-1 Our latest dumped puppy. photo-2 Our three-legged girl.
  


 29-May-15   The Project-Dogs
The Project-Dogs are a group of wild dogs, living in the middle of town on a piece of wasteland under shrubs, amongst trees and in holes they dug in the sandy ground. There must be at least 30 dogs, including many puppies. I have counted a minimum of 4 mothers with litters. They are healthy and quite beautiful, most of them white. It is my plan to catch the females, neuter them and put them back. If I cannot catch them, I shall have to ask Heike for help again. She does the blowdarting, but she lives in Bang Sapan and she is very busy with her own project, so I have to be patient. Sofar I have failed miserably in catching them. I have only managed to touch one puppy. But they are coming closer and I shall win, of course. A great challenge.
In the meantime, I visit these amazing survivors almost daily and try to befriend them by feeding them and spending time with them, so they eventually will get used to me. Quite a few Thai people help to feed the pack as well, but I cannot get them to work with me to try and catch them. I would love to neuter at least a few before the rains, so I should have some time yet.
Photos of the dogs coming out to eat and keeping their distance away from the road.
  


 27-May-15   And then there is the building site.
There is a building site just around the corner from Wat Wang Pong. I have counted some 10 dogs in there. They are friendly and a young woman who is the caretaker, feeds them with whatever she can get, which is not much. She does not even have a bathroom and she begged me for clothes. She seems to live in a shack with her young son and her good-for-nothing boyfriend who always smells of alcohol. And still there is time for the dogs! Maybe it is the only joy they get, the love of a dog.
When the building is finished, they will move away and the dogs will be strays once more. So it is of the utmost importance to neuter them before they have to move away. I have done the three females, Red, White and Blue and I hope the puppies will be old enough for neutering before they have to leave the place so I can get them done too.
Photo-1 Red. Photo-2 White in the middle, Blue on the left.
  


 20-May-15   Fringe-Dogs are temple-dogs.
Since all the dogs in the temples are now in general good health, well fed by many different people and regularly treated with Ivermectin and since all adult females have been neutered, I now have more time to help other groups of strays and one important group I call the Fringe-Dogs. These are the ones who either left the temple-grounds by choice or were left and found outside the walls of the temple. There are many and they live in great danger because of the traffic, the unknown strangers they meet and the inconsistent pattern of feeding. They roam around, often in fear, being chased by the older dogs or by humans who dislike dogs. They eventually find a place where they feel comfortable and relatively safe, usually near a restaurant or foodstall, often near a home of a dog-friendly person who will feed them on the side of the road. These dogs also need medical attention, regular anti-parasite treatments and neutering, apart from feeding. I can safely say that the fringe-dogs of Wat Wang Pong are looked after. A number of them have been killed on the roads and there have been poisonings, but at least they were free to go where they wanted while they were alive.
A group of them have started to gather in the village behind the temple. I know them all, Bear, Roly-Poly, Bobby, VW, Maple and a sick boy with no name. More and more are joining the group, at the risk of the inhabitants resenting the growing number. The village is very very poor and the people live in harsh conditions, so I am only too happy to see that they do feed the stray dogs. In return I help with extra food, medicine and neutering, if possible and if our budget will allow it. We have neutered the females in one dirt-road behind the temple-walls. I slowly and tactfully have to get the people to agree with what we do. These are rough communities, where one would find drug-users, alcoholics, prostitutes, dealers and other criminals. But I do not mind who they are and what they do. If they take care of a stray dog, I help them. Their circumstances are awful, they are poor, but there is always a dog around that needs care and is obviously getting it. Otherwise he would not stay there.
My next little dirt-road is waiting. I wonder how many mangy dogs I shall find there. But if we can make them better, we have success. It is so rewarding. And although the Thais look at me as if I am another crazy farang, I know how they appreciate any help they can get for their dog.
Photo-1 A little girl called Cake with fringe-dog Bear. Photo-2 Cake feeding a sick boy. I hope I can medicate him soon.
  


 20-May-15   Wat Na Huay :   All three were adopted, only two remain.
Tic, Tac and Toc were all adopted by Christine and Colin, but the story is not as straightforward as that. It has been an emotional roller-coaster for them and all concerned, including the dogs. After careful planning, they agreed to adopt Tac and Toc, the 2 sisters and we were all delighted, except for Tic, who stayed behind at Wat Na Huay. It had been his home since he was taken there as a tiny puppy, together with his sisters. So he could cope, even if he missed his sisters. Tac and Toc got new names and were now Charlie and Georgie. They settled down well in their new home and were being spoilt by their new Mum & Dad. Everything seemed fine. But then disaster struck. Little Charlie fell ill. She became rapidly worse, was taken to Kasetsart Hospital and was diagnosed with a bacterial infection of the brain. It all happened so quickly. It was a matter of days. She fell into a coma and she died in her sleep. Who could have expected such tragedy. Such a beautiful, healthy young dog, suddenly gone. What can one do, what can one say. I imagine the world just stopped for Christine and Colin.
But then little Georgie made things happen again. Christine told me that she missed Charlie terribly and she needed a new companion as soon as possible. Not surprisingly, the choice was Tic, her brother. We all did not dare hope for miracles. Would Tic be able to take the place of Charlie? Would he settle in well. Would Colin and Christine accept him as their new pet. Only time would tell. And they took one day at a time.
Now we are seeing that a miracle is happening. Tic has a new name too and is now called Frankie. He and Georgie play non-stop. They chase each other around between the furniture, they dig craters in the garden, they get taken to the beach where they love to play in the water and on the sand. And Christine and Colin just accept them as they are.
Sofar all is well. We must never forget how Charlie gave her life and made the ultimate sacrifice, so that her brother and sister could live together forever after. And although Charlie died far too young, she must have felt that she was loved when she left us, as Christine and Colin gave her that step to heaven.
Photo-1 Beautiful Charlie. Photo-2 Frankie & Georgie together.
  


 17-May-15   Wat Na Huay :   Ivermectin, contributions and other things.
I treated all the dogs at Wat Na Huay with Ivermectin. As I did it all on my own and since I do not inject, I used the pill-form. Was brilliant. I can touch all 35 dogs, so it was easy and we had some quality time. Only Charlotte was missing. The Headnun has taken in a new puppy, a little girl, who seems healthy and fine. It was also nice to see that Granny is still there, even though she looks very thin. Will keep an eye on her. Peace is fine and happy.
We have had another contribution from my old schoolfriend in Holland. Thank you, Ied. No further words are needed. Every year she helps the dogs!
And we had, of course our monthly donation from Charlene in England, which goes only to the neutering of beachdogs for the time being. We have sofar taken 5 dogs, with the help of Jim, another great doglover and volunteer. We have used different vets for this job, but from now on it is my plan to only use Rescue Paws as they have proved to be totally reliable, professional and helpful. Thank you Jaco.
We had a small contribution from the donation-box in Tan Diau Hospital for which I am very grateful as I rarely take the dogs there, because it is too far away.
The honour of thanking all you doglovers this month goes to two beachdogs who were neutered recently, Baby (photo-1) and Toastie (photo-2)
  


 09-May-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Working together for the dogs.
We had a very successful, long, hot and busy day treating virtually all the Wang Pong dogs with Ivermectin. Fran, Mandy, Claudia and I worked together as a team but we all did different things. Some dogs were injected, others were given the Ivermectin powder in food and we also gave the medicine to a lot of dogs in pill-form. We worked in different areas in two groups and, although Fran had already treated quite a few dogs earlier and most of the fringe-dogs had been done before, we still managed to do some 80 dogs. Great effort in this heat.
While we were there, the Aids Guy came to show us his puppy. This is a fantastic story. The man has changed from really bad to good. Years ago he poisoned many dogs, when they kept chasing his chickens. He had a dreadful temper. He killed my beloved Apple. I wrote to the newspaper, went to the police, complained to the Headmonk and nothing was done about it. Then he got his punishment as the monk said, when he was told he had Aids. He is still alive, has completely changed his attitude and now helps to take care of dogs. He teaches his little kids how to look after puppies and he has lost his aggressive manner. I believe that people can get better, especially if they think that they are punished for what they have done. I do not forgive him for killing Apple and many other dogs I loved, but I am happy to see that he has turned into a better person for the dogs. He must live with a bad conscience for the rest of his life and must always wonder if he was struck down with Aids because of his sins. After all, that is what Buddhism teaches, Karma. I have seen the change in his character and the way he now takes care of his dogs. That is enough for me.
Photo-1 Fran, Claudia and Mandy stroking Blackie, who must wonder why, because she can be such a naughty girl. Photo-2 The Aids Guy with his little son, showing off their puppy to Fran.
  


 05-May-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Tribute to Khun Nu.
Khun Nu has been there since day one, ever since I first set foot inside the temple-walls of Wat Wang Pong. I remember crawling through a gap in the wall to see what was behind that wall, after I had found a badly injured puppy lying in the ditch. She never made it, sadly, but she led me to the beginning of my Wang Pong days, to the dogs the Thais said were the most unfortunate dogs in the country because they were dumped in Wat Wang Pong, to the good and the bad people I have met inside those walls, to Khun Nu, alias Gollywog because he had an Afro hairstyle when I first met him years ago. He has helped me so much. And he is so poor, he is a terrible drunk but a wonderful man. He helps to clean the temple grounds and is given odd jobs to earn some money. He lives in a wooden hut at the back of the compound, with his dog Cissy who is now very old. He has seen it all, but he still loves the dogs and cats and is a dedicated helper. What I like best in him is the way he really enjoys the dogs. He can laugh with them when he plays with them and he will do anything to help an animal.
Once we came upon a cat in a water jar, really terrified and miaowing hysterically. She had escaped into the jar trying to get away from the dogs, but she did not know, in her panic, that it was full of water. She could not get out and was splashing around wildly, going under all the time and would surely have drowned. We tried to let her grip a branch but she kept slipping. We tried to grab her but she slashed wildly with her claws. Then along came Khun Nu. I screamed at him in Thai to help the cat. He was not scared of being scratched and just grabbed her and pulled her out. Not many people would have had the guts. I shall never forget that. It is a shame he has this alcohol addiction but maybe it is his way of escaping from the harsh life he leads. When he is sober, he is very happy. He is my friend. He is so polite and grateful to us for feeding the dogs and medicating them. He offers bottles of water and food to us as a token of thanks for looking after his friends, the temple-dogs. And look at them now, after all those years, the Thai people now talk about the Wang Pong dogs looking so healthy and well fed. Khun Nu has played a big part in achieving this and I hope he stays there for many more years to come and when he asks for help, we will give it.
Pictures of Khun Nu holding Shadow in his arms and just posing for the camera.
  


 24-Apr-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Neutering with Heike from Hundehilfe, Thailand.
Yesterday she came, Heike with her veterinarians and assistants, her equipment and her entthusiasm. We had plans to blowdart and neuter as many dogs as possible from a group of semi-wild dogs living in wasteland. But unfortunately, against all odds, exactly on that day, it started pouring with rain. Totally ridiculous, we are in the middle of the dry season and we have not had rain in Pranburi for weeks and weeks. So that plan failed as the conditions were too bad for chasing dogs into the undergrowth. But we still managed to neuter 19 dogs and 4 cats from three different locations. From Wat Wang Pong we sterilized Kitkat, Annie, Cream, the outsider Secret, Mel and Latte. Cream is a brand-new market girl whom we spotted in the rain under a tree, while terrified of our other dogs. She was too friendly, so we took her, lucky her. Mel and Latte were at Wat Woody for over a month and the nun has now offered to keep them as it was her fault for the long delay in neutering them. The two dogs from Kao Khalok were also there for so long, but now that they have been done, they will go back to their own territory near the beach. The other dogs neutered and the cats were from Wat Woody and from a nearby area. The vets also medicated many puppies. All in all, it was a very successful day. Thank you, Claudia for coming along. They promised to come again to have another go at my project-dogs. I will tell you more about them later.
photo-1 Heike and team at work. Photo-2 Cream after neutering.
  


 24-Apr-15   Wat Na Huay :   Two very lucky sisters.
In Thailand it is far more common to adopt little male puppies, to avoid having more litters at home of course. So who would have believed it if I told them that we had not one little girl, but two little girls adopted by the same couple. It did happen. The two sisters Tac & Toc are inseparable. When one gets hurt the other one rushes over to lick her and comfort her. So when Christine & Colin contacted me, asking for females, I showed them puppies from both temples. I left the choice to them of course and I really did not mind which puppies they preferred as long as the sisters would not be separated. So how lucky was that for Tac and Toc, to be the chosen ones. Little Tic is their brother and he will stay behind in the temple, but he is much more independent, gorgeous-looking and loved by everyone, although he himself is quite selective in his likes and dislikes. I shall make sure that he has as happy a life as his sisters.
Colin & Christine from Huahin brought bags of food and treats for the temple-dogs, so naturally they wanted two doggies in return, I suppose. They got what they wanted and secretly, so did I.
Pictures of the new family below and presenting gifts to the rest of the dogs.
  


 14-Apr-15   One patient out, another patient in.
After being at my house for almost a month, Peace from Wat Na Huay, has recovered from blood parasites and terrible skin problems due to flea infestations. She was in a dreadful state. Medication, good food and a couple of baths did the job. I worried about returning her to the temple, but to see her being welcomed back by her friends, like Creamgirl, made all my worries fade away. I still check on her daily, as she does sleep in a dirty environment, on top of an upturned boat beneath a building, where it is dusty and dirty, but that has been her bedroom for years. She has always been timid and loves to hide. She still does not look beautiful, but her skin is clear, her fur is soft again, her gums are pink once more and her nose is cold and wet. She definitely put on weight as well. Wish her luck, please!
And another patient in. Little Dinky has a really bad injury to her leg and it looked almost lame. After a second visit to Kasetsart she was diagnosed not with a hip injury, as initially thought, but with an infected and inflamed knee-joint. She is now on new antibiotics and painkillers and I brought her home with me as she needs meds twice daily. So now she is back with her sister Tiny Tinker who has been with me for about a year, since nobody adopted her after she recovered from her ordeal and we love her, especially Cowboy, my only male left. The two sisters get on well, they play, they growl and they compete for the attention of Cowboy. Auntie Chica and Auntie Creambear tolerate her, but she must not come too close. Hopefully she will settle back in Wat Wang Pong happily, just like Peace in Wat Na Huay. Anyway, that is still some weeks away. She is slowly and carefully putting weight back on her injured leg.
Photo-1 Peace kissing Creamgirl. Photo-2 Dinky in the back with her sister Tiny in front.
  


 10-Apr-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Wat Wang Pong update.
I have seen almost all of you dogs at Wang Pong and those of you who welcomed me back, looked fine. As I said, Dinky possibly has a problem with her leg and Patches has a skin infection, but I hope they can be cured soon. We seem to have had a problem with the neutering programme and I have to find out what has happened to the two dogs from the Kao Khalok beach and to Latte and Mel from Wat Wang Pong. They are still with the nun at Wat Huay Saleng Pan and apparently doing fine.
Before I left we had two wonderful donations, one from Karina who adopted two dogs from Wat Na Huay a long time ago and still continues to support us. The other one was from my daughter. And while I was away, Christine from Hongkong, visited again with her family and friends. They once more gave a very generous contribution towards the temple-dogs and I wish to thank their friends Sharon, Nicole and Anita for their help towards this contribution. I wish I knew you all. But most of all I want to say thank you again to my young friend Ciara for raising more money by doing massages, I believe. I so admire her incredible dedication to our dogs. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Fran had to pay for very expensive surgery to a dog with multiple fractures in his leg. His name is Sam and he lives on a beach, so we really needed the money. More news to come.
Photos, again courtesy of Pisa, of two gorgeous Wat Na Huay temple-dogs, who have the honour of thanking all our generous friends.
  


 10-Apr-15   Wat Na Huay :   Forgive me my long absence.
Sorry, doggies, for being away so long. But I had to fly to Holland to be with my mother who has moved into a rehabilitation home, where she is happy. Her mind is clear, but her right arm, hand and leg are not working well at all. Maybe it will get better. She is 91 and accepts what has happened. I was glad to be with her during the move. She is well cared for and in good hands. After that David and I went to London to celebrate Easter with our granddaughter, our daughter and her husband. But now I am back again. You were well looked after by Fran, Claudia, Mandy, Nadine, Pisa and all the Thai people who take care of you. That is true because you were all on fine form when I came back. Dinky has a limp and Patches has a skin problem, but you were both there to welcome me home and your problems will be sorted out. I shall update at random.
Claudia and Pisa visited Wat Na Huay and treated the dogs against parasites. They also saw Bear and Bobby. Herewith some of the wonderful photographs that Pisa took during her visit. Thank you so much. Photo-1 Pisa making friends with Bobby. Photo-2 Claudia with her old pal, little Bobby, who lived with her for a long time, getting healthy again.
  


 10-Mar-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Bobby has gone home, Blue wants to join him soon, Ivermectin treatments all round
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Blue is waiting to join them as soon as she has recovered, but this may take a while as she needs surgery for her broken leg. Her skin is improving rapidly and her character is lovely. People in the village have been asking after her, so I am confident that she will be happy there, when she returns.
The Wang Pong dogs have had their monthly Ivermectin treatment, the first lot was treated by Claudia, Fran, Mandy & Brian. Apologies for the confusion about the names. Just remember that Dinky is not Pinky or Minky! And Mouse is not Mouse-alike! Thanks anyway for a great job done. Claudia and I did the next lot and that is when we found poor Teak with her broken leg, our other expensive operation coming up. May some more donations come our way, please.
photo-1 Bobby looking good! Photo-2 Blue looking good paying her Kasetsart bill.
  


 10-Mar-15   Wat Na Huay :   Ex-Wat Na Huay dogs, Pran, Buri & Pebbles.
The two brothers and sister, Pran, Buri & Pebbles are doing a great job, guarding the prawnfarm in Bang Sapan. They have been there for a long time now and look fantastically well. Tic, Tac and Toc, who have replaced them at Wat Na Huay, are growing bigger and stronger all the time. And so it goes on.
Pictures of the prawnfarm guards.
  


 08-Mar-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Neuterings and broken legs.
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While we were treating the dogs near the monks quarters with Ivermectin, a worker came up to me and told me very casually that Teak was hit by a car. No further details. Her backleg was just dangling and she looked very down and was in pain. Unlike her as she would always run up happily to meet me. Always trusting but not careful, as she was often set upon by the other females. Claudia took her to Kasetsart and the outcome was not good. The X-ray showed a bad break and she needs surgery. But she must first recover from blood parasites. I could have made that diagnosis myself. It has become so standard. Unfortunately the operation will cost 8000 Baht or more, which we have not got. Meanwhile Teak is bandaged up beautifully while awaiting surgery. She stays with Claudia, just like Blue who also needs an operation. Help! We cannot afford all this.
photo-1 Beautiful Belle. photo-2 Lovely Teak.
  


 22-Feb-15   Wat Na Huay :   Farewell to Pingpong, remembering Mungo and Twiggy.
A celebration of their long lives, no sadness thinking of them, but missing them all the same.
Pingpong was born in the temple, she was shy but showed her joy with a madly wagging tail. She played with her friends and led a happy life in the temple. She had been ill, but recovered again. After all these years I suppose another health problem was too much. Had I known in time, I might have cured her again. Who knows. I know she had a safe life and I know she and I loved seeing each other.
Twiggy had been missing so many times but was always found again. So naturally I expected to find her again this time. But it has been too long now and I give up hope. She was old, suffered from fits, but again, was safe and cared for during her life. I remember her for her surprise re-appearances which always made me so happy. I am sure I shall see her again, in my dreams.
Mungo was another old boy. Left in our temple, years ago, by Dawn, I have no idea how old he was. He settled in well, his friends were Pete and Sister as far as I could see. He was careful but definitely a presence. Named after Mungo Jerry, the great pop-group I loved from way back. He looked so much like Pete and Peace that I used to mix them up, all black and slim and kind of fluffy. Now only Peace is still with us.
Photo-1 Pingpong as a puppy. Photo-2 Twiggy.
  


 22-Feb-15   Wat Wang Pong :   And from Wat Wang Pong.
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Our big friend Bear has come out of hospital, but still needs a few days of special care after his treatment for a horrific infected wound in his neck which had been treated before, went down and then came back with a vengeance and made his head swell up to twice the size. It had to be drained and cleaned twice daily, he also suffers from blood parasites, so an expensive stay in hospital was necessary. Bear is very precious though.
Bobby and Blue, the two small puppies with severe mange, are still with Claudia, who is doing a great job. Bobby looks fantastic now and Blue looks like a different little girl. The only downside is that we think that Claudia has got it now. She has been put on Ivermectin, which made us all laugh. But it is very unpleasant for her as she cannot stop scratching.
A special mention should be made about all the dogs who have recently returned to temple-life after being absent for various reasons, mostly medical. They are all doing really well. This must prove that they are happy in their surroundings. One of them is beautiful Toffee after neutering and recovering from a skin condition.
Photo-1 Our friend Bear. Photo-2 A healthy Toffee.
  


 22-Feb-15   Wat Na Huay :   Other things happen too, not only tragedies.
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I have to make do with that and am satisfied that the word was spread round.
As I said, other things happened too, even good things. For instance the neutering of Sarah and Charlotte, our 6-months old pups.
The monthly Ivermectin treatment with the help of Claudia, who also vaccinated Tic, Tac and Toc, the three lucky, tiny, motherless puppies I took away from the riverside and who are doing fine at Wat Na Huay sofar.
I checked up on Charlie who now lives happily at Wat Woody with Mehchee. May he stay there forever!
Photo-1 Sarah & Charlotte after neutering. Photo-2 Charlie with his new friends.
  


 14-Feb-15   This may well be my saddest entry yet.
After my happy story written on 8th February, I am almost ashamed to tell you how wrong I was, saying that it was the best way for stray dogs to live, freely by the river. The happy family I was so proud of, was wiped out completely by humans who poisoned them. All of them, 4 babies and their parents, plus three friends in the group, 9 in total. One young female survived. She was always scared of Mum who chased her away and was not part of the pack. She has now been adopted by one of the local families.
To see a poisoned, dead puppy is a horrible sight. To see a whole family of poisoned dogs is unimaginable. And when you have known each one of them for some three months and visited them almost daily, it is a blow, so unexpected and awful, that I still think I shall wake up from this nightmare. I was so proud of them living freely in the open, by the river. I could not imagine that anything like this would happen. Just playing in the pineapple- and sugarcane- fields. No harm could be done. Why would one kill them. Why not chase them away. While killing my friends, they also murdered dozens of birds. They were all lying there, dead. The poison was put in the rice which was still there on a piece of plastic in the field. All the dogs, except for Sak and a friend of the pack, were found and buried. I reported it to the police and told the District Head. But once again, just like in Wat Na Huay, I can only draw attention to it, but fear that no-one will get punished for this. It is not what I want. I cannot get my dogs back. But I would like to think that by exposing what happened, I might contribute just a little towards educating people about the evil practice of poisoning dogs or any animals for that matter. I am so sorry I could not have prevented it. I know I am not alone in this, as all the people who live nearby came out to help collect and bury the dogs. One of the males actually belonged to a family, but the others were strays. I miss my almost daily visits to the river. I still see them sleeping or playing happily under the huge tree and the last time I saw them, they came running up to the car to greet me. That was the day before they died, yesterday. It is so quiet there now.
Pictures of the poisoned family.
  


 08-Feb-15   Wat Na Huay :   The babies are fine and the last two neuterings.
Tic, Tac and Toc are doing really well. The nuns are always so kind to the puppies and I have been giving them added vitamins. Sofar it has paid off. They will soon get their first vaccination and they are growing up safely. Who knows what the future will bring, but please let us enjoy the good days while we can.
Until just recently I talked about the last three pups, again two sisters and a brother, who were dumped near the beautiful new temple-building they are still working on. The workers and builders and artisans have been looking after them and now they are no longer the puppies, but have grown into young dogs, ready for neutering. I have taken the girls to Rescue Paws where they were received by Nicole and where the lady-vet will kindly operate on them. Once again I can say, no more puppies will be born in this temple, Wat Na Huay. Wonderful feeling. May they stay healthy.
Photo-1 Tac. Photo-2 Toc.
  


 08-Feb-15   Wat Na Huay :   Thank you, Twiggy! You led me to them!
When Twiggy went missing again, we searched for her everywhere, as we had done before. This time she was not found and I accept that she must have said goodbye to this world somewhere privately. I knew the time would come and am happy that I know where she was looked after until the end.
While looking for her I came upon a mother with 8 new-born puppies, living in the long grass near the river Pranburi. It was still really cold at night and they had absolutely no shelter. Somehow, Mum managed to keep them alive, but after a while the most timid one fell ill. She would never let me catch her to give her extra vitamins and food. She died and soon after two of her weakest siblings, also succumbed to the harsh conditions. They were just so delicate and frail. Two more fell ill and I feared the worst. But look at them now, one brother was adopted and the other four have come through their struggle for survival in a glorious way. Their names are Thunder, Sak, Flash and Fai. Only Sak is still skinny but eating like mad to get as fat as his brother and sisters. If you see these photographs, would you not agree that this is the way to live for stray Thai dogs. I think it is wonderful, Mum, Dad, even an uncle to play with, together with the 4 children, living near the river, away from the main road with open grounds to play in and bushes to hide under from danger, shade from large trees and sand for digging holes, into which they curl up and sleep and crazy people like me who love to feed them and play games with them.
Pictures of the happy family, Mum, Dad, Uncle, Thunder, Sak, Flash and Fai.
  


 08-Feb-15   Great contributions again.
The honour goes to Tic and Berry & Sisi to thank our new friends, Rob Brand and Helen, the sister of Fran, for their generous and kind contributions to our temple-dogs, my best friends. I once again want to thank Charlene as well for her continuous help to care for our dogs. Without people like you, they would not be so healthy or neutered or carefree.
Photo-1 Little boy Tic. Photo-2 Sisi & Berry.
  


 31-Jan-15   Final January updates.
Fran is back! Wonderful to have her support and help again. I do not know who was happier, Fran or the dogs. It was lovely to see them welcoming her back. We started off treating another 40 dogs with Ivermectin, together with Claudia and after that it was just play, feed, love and chat for the dogs and us.
Sadly things did not work out for Charlie with Fran and he is now living at Wat Huay Saleng Pan or Wat Woody, with the nun, who says he is doing well. The story of Woody I shall tell when I am in the right frame of mind. She passed away happily and I cannot feel sad as I know she was loved until her very final moment thanks to Claudia. There were others who loved her too, including the nun and me. Her story can wait as she will never be forgotten.
The river puppies who survived are doing really well and the best news is that one of the boys was adopted by a new friend, called Bill. It was love at first sight. That is all for now. I shall speak to you again next month.
Photo-1 Fran back with Kitkat in her arms. Photo-2 Bill with the boy-puppy in his arms.
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 27-Jan-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Much more happened in January.
Once again the remaining adult females who were not yet done, were taken for neutering. Again I can say proudly that no puppies will be born in this temple. The last two were Toffee from the market and Ebony from the lake-end. Both are doing really well. This time I had also taken two females I found near the river, only to be told by the vet that they were already neutered. Luckily they did not suffer from their ordeal.
While I was treating our old friend Bear who had a huge swelling under his chin, I found Bobby, this terribly sad, sick, mangy, tiny, lonely puppy, who just sat on a piece of cardboard in a dusty road. Nobody cared. I am so glad I found him. He is now staying with Claudia until he is better and then we will decide what to do with him. Thanks to Bear, who moved out of the temple, we were able save little Bobby. Thank you, Bear.
I received another donation from the lovely Thai lady opposite the market entrance, where I am helping to treat two dogs who appear to have been slashed. The male has a deep deep cut on his side and the poor female had a puncture mark under her chin which became terribly infected and her neck swelled up so much that she could not even eat anymore. It has all gone down beautifully and I am now trying to befriend her so that I can take her for neutering.
Claudia helped to treat 47 dogs against parasites, mainly in the monks area and the enclosure, where my lovely Nugget and Martha lived. I never saw Martha again and Nugget died from blood parasites. So sad.
Rescue Paws took two of our puppies to a farm where they have been adopted. I am dying to go out there and see the place. It must be a wonderful environment. We were offered a place for 2 puppies and I just selected them because Loh would benefit from being away from the pack, being rather shy, although he will miss his sister Belle. The other puppy I chose because he was so easy to catch. He is very healthy and he will make friends without a problem. I named him Brownie.
Photo-1 Little Bobby as I found him. Photo-2 My friend Ciara and I having a well deserved rest after feeding the dogs in their holy surroundings.
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 27-Jan-15   Wat Na Huay :   January 2015.
January was a crazy month. So much has happened, inside and outside the temples. I shall give you a few updates.
We have a great new benefactor. Charlene was here on holiday with her husband Rob. She befriended the beach dogs. One had an injured paw so she contacted me through my webpage. The result was that I have visited Kao Khalok beach several times now, met many new dogs, received generous contributions from Charlene, but have failed to find her injured dog Eric after she went back to England. That upsets me and I promised myself to keep trying. I shall at least go and see her beach-dogs regularly and treat them if necessary. They look well-fed, thanks to the tourists and the local Thai people.
The river-mum and her 8 puppies seemed to be doing fine until I took them to the vet. He insisted on vaccinating them and now three of them are dead. He says it was parvo and that I am lucky to have 5 survivors. They are still on antibiotics and are getting stronger every day. Some have been really ill. Thank goodness the cold nights have become much milder, so they can now live in greater comfort in the bush by the river. Mum will be neutered soon.
My very special friend Sappelot is still going strong. I have had to nurse her back to health several times, a car accident, blood parasites, etc. She was born in the pineapple field, hence her name, next to a busy road, ended up all alone and still lives on the side of that road, with a huge angel on her shoulder. May it last. The time I took her for neutering was the last time I touched her and that was a long time ago. She only takes food from me, luckily, so I can at least medicate her. She knows my car so well, it is almost scary.
photo-1 Sappelot. photo-2 Lovely Charlene with Moon and one of the puppies while visiting Wat Na Huay.
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 19-Jan-15   Wat Wang Pong :   Sadly we lost some of our friends again.
Nugget was a big handsome healthy boy, the brother of Tuppence. He lived inside the enclosure, with the monks. One day last month, I only touched him and he just screamed. I had not seen him for a while. I took him to the hospital. He had terrible blood parasites, which affected his nerve system and the brain. I blame myself for not visiting him earlier. Blood parasites are so difficult to notice. The symptoms can be mild and then in no time at all they worsen. I cannot see every one of my dogs on a daily basis. It is terrible that we lost him in such a way, he might have been cured, but it happened over New Year, when the hospital was closed for 5 days. Rescue Paws took him in and I can't thank Nicole and Holly enough for trying. It must have been so upsetting for them too. I am sorry, for Nugget and everyone who touched his life.
We lost another puppy in the market, a jolly happy little girl, who played with her friend every day and managed so well in those tough conditions of the temple-market. One day she came to me enthusiastically and full of life, the next day she just lay there dead, not a mark on her. I can only wish and hope that her death was sudden and that she did not even notice it. She looked so peaceful.
And the one little puppy who would never come near when I visited her 7 brothers and sisters and her mum near the river, also died. I already knew that she was not well, but I could never catch her to medicate or deworm. It is always so sad to see a dead puppy. May her little spirit live on in her siblings and her mum. Sleep tight, little girl. Maybe this world was too scary for you and you are now in a happier place.
photo 1-Nugget in the middle of his friends, being fed by Ciara. photo 2-The puppy in the market had a very short but happy life.
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 11-Jan-15   Wat Na Huay :   Our tiniest new residents.
Tic, Tac and Toc, a little boy and his two sisters, were the latest and smallest puppies dumped without a mum. I was feeding Nam and her 8 puppies by the river and when I turned around, there they were, by my car. A matter of minutes and I never noticed. They cannot possibly survive without a mum, as I guess they are about a month old. I took them to Wat Na Huay, where the Headnun kindly agreed to look after them. They are now in a small pen and I regularly check on them. I give them extra vital vitamins and honey to build up their strength and sofar they are fine. May they grow up into healthy dogs, please.
Photos of Tic, the boy and Tic with his 2 sisters, Tac & Toc.