Temple Spay & Neuter
The street dog population in Thailand is spiraling out of control; it is estimated that there are around 8.5 million street dogs in Thailand, of which about 730,000 have been tragically abandoned on the street by their owners. Bangkok Post recently reported that this number will rise to 1 million this year due to a sharp rise in abandoned pets.
Bangkok alone is estimated to have over 300,000 street dogs.
Since euthanasia is not an option in this largely Buddhist country, the main focus for tackling the exponential population growth is Spay & Neuter programs.
At Bon Jardin we’ve invested time and resources to properly survey the local street dog population in Nakhon Nayok and we’re now pressing ahead with our Temple Spay & Neuter work, which aims to help up to 1,000 street dogs over the next 12 months through a vital mobile sterilization and rabies vaccination programme.
The albums below show the great progress we’ve been making so far.
Bon Jardin Dog Rescue & Rehabilitation
We need your help to give the street dogs of Thailand a better life