The mobile sterilization unit from the Soi Dog Foundation or Soi Dog has started a free vaccination mission, starting with the Rawai area. This mobile sterilization unit is the result of a CNVR program (Catch, Neuter, Vaccination, Release) or sterilization, vaccination and release to the original
Which is considered the main mission of the Foundation to control humans and wild dogs and cats in the most effective way. Besides helping to control the homeless animal population, it also leads to solving various problems of homeless animals who have to live troubled lives.
The sterilization unit moves in the Rawai area Located in the water quality management center, which is available from 21 January – 1 February starting at 08.00 – 17.00 Monday – Friday, in wild animals, there will be staff to patrol. Catch dogs and wild cats in the office
While the owner or person in charge of dogs and cats can bring pets or take care of animals to the office in those days and times, which must be taken in the morning because of basic health checks and preparations before sterilization surgery After surgery, dogs and cats still need to undergo recovery in the afternoon before they can return or return at night.
By all dogs and cats that have been sterilized and vaccinated from Soi Dog, there will be an ear tattoo in the cellular sterilization unit. There is a basic health screening service, eliminating fleas, joint sterilization and vaccination, including Rabies (rabies) vaccine at no cost at all
After completing the mission in Rawai District, the Cellular Sterilization Unit will travel to continue the mission in the Kata Beach area during February 18-22, with the Karon Beach area from February 25 to March 1 and travel to Kho Khao Island, Phang Nga Province
Can track the work schedule of cellular sterilization units on the page
Soi Dog Foundation (https://www.facebook.com/SoiDogInThai/)