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Facilities

Bon Jardin is located on the outskirts of the central province of Nakhon Nayok and sits at the foothills of Khao Yai National Park. It is known for its beautiful rivers, waterfalls, National Parks and stunning Buddhist shrines and temples.

Agriculturally, the farm has two large rice paddies which produce biannual crops, mango groves and some small fields dedicated to growing seasonal crops. Income generated from these crops will help support operational costs for the Dog Rescue and Education & Training facilities.

We have invested a great deal of time and effort to ensure these will be to the highest standard and fit for purpose to ensure the health & happiness of the animals we’ll be caring for.

A large area of land (physically separate from any areas being used for farming) has been set aside for our project and some of the work to clear and prepare the land has already begun. We expect that the initial shelter, clinic and educational buildings and facilities will only a require around 2,500m2 of this land however we have plenty of space to grow into as we develop and expand.

Last year we decided we needed a new doggie play area @ Bon Jardin for our rescue dogs to run, play, mess around and generally let off some steam. Enrichment and stimulation is essential for keeping dogs happy and healthy.

Thanks to the very generous donation of funds from Fran and her amazing team @ The Hideaway in London....we now have one!

You can check out more fun pictures of the doggie playground by clicking here.

Future Development

Our future development relies heavily on providing a purpose built clinic and quarantine facility for our rescued dogs. So far, we've created safe and comfortable kennels for the dogs to recuperate and recover in, plus a brand new play park with obstacles for them to have fun and get much needed exercise.

Sanctuary

An open-plan, activity rich sanctuary for rescue dogs to live and thrive in, providing shelter, food, medical care and a loving long term home for dogs who are not suitable for adoption based on age, health or temperament.

Clinic and Veterinary Centre

This year we plan to build a new clinic and quarantine facility at Bon Jardin so we can upscale our Spey + Neuter + Vaccination programme. We also plan on opening our doors to pet owners on low incomes and increasing the numbers of street dogs & cats we can help.

Our goal is to make a significant and lasting impact to the street dog population in our area. We also want to increase the number of sick and injured street dogs we treat, with the aim of rehabilitating and re-homing through adoption. We need loving, caring homes for all our animals in need.

To find out more about how to adopt one of our dogs, click here.

Bon Jardin

Dog Rescue & Rehabilitation

We need your help to give the street dogs of Thailand a better life.