21st of August 2018 12:38 PM Link
TODAY WE SAID GOODBYE TO ANNA AKA Sam Pudding ....AGAIN. I think this has been Anna's 5th visit to volunteer with us and it was a whirlwind 7 days. Of course all the dogs were overjoyed to see her cos she's one of the family now! We've had a few serious cases over the past week so Anna's medical experience has been invaluable. In addition to all the skin and eye treatments too! So sorry to see you go Anna and come back again soon.
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20th of August 2018 12:41 PM Link
AFTER A WEEK OF TREATING DORIS ON THE ROAD SHE'S NOW SAFE AND CLEANED UP. Doris is an old dog who was heartlessly thrown away and very afraid. She's settling in well.

Sam Pudding aka Anna is on her 5th or 6th visit and put her wound dressing skills to use which she's done many times before. The area around Doris' wound was crusted with discharge and had to be thoroughly cleaned. Thank you Anna.
Happily Doris' wound isn't full of infection thanks to Lin's great efforts of treating her with anti-biotics and antiseptic powders on the road. We're wondering if the wound is a tumour. If it doesn't dry out the vet will need to check it.

Doris also has a nasty tumour near her vulva which we suspect is TVT a venereal cancer which is a killer if not treated. First we need to get Doris' wound healed before we can start her on chemo treatment.

Doris is an old dog who needs a lot of care to help her heal. Please donate to help her recover either on or on She will be so grateful. Thank you.
19th of August 2018 11:50 AM Link
THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR KIND WISHES FOR POOR LITTLE NIT. She's such a sweet little dog she hasn't complained about the horrible pain she must be in after having her eye extracted. She's also walking with a limp and has a small wound on her leg, her mouth and back leg where the monster driver hit her.

When we visit her in her pen she wags her tail, licks our faces and tries to climb on us. We haven't taken off the eye pad put on after her operation for fear of hurting her. We feel it's better to leave it alone until it shows signs of healing.

Nit is taking abti-biotics twice a day and vitamin C, zinc, pain killers and fish oil in her rice and fish food. Our only concern is that she hasn't relieved herself for 24 hours. We've carried her outside 6 times today but she's done nothing. I'm sure she's very nervous so hopefully she'll be better tomorrow.

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18th of August 2018 11:52 AM Link
We don't normally go the Temple on a Saturday and we don't always go into the Abbot's house. Thank heavens today we did both.
I went in to check on the 2 little pups when I heard a cry of shock from Lin. She'd found little Nit hiding behind a flower pot with one eye protruding out of her eye socket. Apologies if some of the pics are a bit graphic but this is how we found her.
We rushed her to the vet who was hoping to save her eye but he found the optic nerve severed. There was no choice. He had to extract it which he did immediately.
This sweet young dog is now in our remaining pen recovering from her operation. We still have her sister Nat at our Centre who was also hit by a car in the Temple grounds breaking her femur bone which was protruding out of her skin. These 2 sisters are very unlucky.
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UK Registered Charity

We are very happy to announce that Headrock Dogs Rescue UK became a UK registered charity in December 2016. Registration No 1170663. It is the administrative and funding arm for Headrock Dogs Rescue Thailand.




In the 9 years to 2017 we have saved 880 dogs and puppies, homed 780 dogs and puppies and neutered 900 mainly puppies but also temple, street and beach dogs.

 Prasert Hit by Speeding Car

Prasert was dragged from the road by his owner who witnessed a car hit him without breaking or stopping.  She immediately alerted us.  Thankfully Prasert lives at the end of our road so we rushed to his aid quickly.  We found him lying in a pool of blood unable to move and clearly in pain.  We cleaned and bandaged his deep wounds, gave him an antibiotic injection and pain killer and then phoned the vet for further advice.  Being Sunday he wasn’t open but he promised to be back before dark and at  7.00 p.m. he phoned to say he had arrived at his clinic.   It took the vet 2 hours to clean, stitch and insert drainage tube in the deep wound which thankfully hadn’t pierced his heart but he thought Prasert’s spine might be broken.  We nursed Prasert for 2 months, his wounds healed and he’s now walking and back home.

Prasert bit by car


What is TVT?

TVT stands for Transmissible Venereal Tumor. It’s a naturally occurring tumour that is sexually transmitted... Read More