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10th of December 2018 05:04 AM Link
WHEN YOU VOLUNTEER WITH US YOU'LL NEVER FORGET THE EXPERIENCE. That's what most of our volunteers say.

Here's a fantastic blog written by one of our recent volunteers Vicky and her partner Jake. Here's what Vicky said about why they chose us

Below are the reasons we chose to give our time to Head Rock Dogs:

Head Rock is in a more remote area so does not get a lot of tourists through and is always looking for volunteers
The shelter is right on the beach
Head Rock did not want any money from us. Obviously they are a charity and always need donations, but we liked the fact that we did not have to pay them to work. (This is true volunteer work)
Arranging our arrival was super chilled and Head Rock was super flexible which meant we could easily plan the rest of our travels.

Read Vicky's blog to find out more.
https://justanothertravelaccount.wordpress.com/2018/10/24/volunteering-at-a-dog-shelter-headrock-dogs-thailand/
9th of December 2018 12:51 PM Link
WE HAVEN'T NAMED THESE ADORABLE SISTERS YET..ANY SUGGESTIONS!
We found them dumped on the beach last week starving and very thirsty. The first 4 days they cried day and night. They must have been missing their Mother who'd obviously been caring for them so well.

I'll never understand the cruelty of humans who do this to tiny innocent pups. Thankfully the little sweethearts have settled in and stopped crying. Infact they play all the time and sleep the rest.

Next week they'll have their first combine vaccinations. Here's our Paypal if you'd like to help us with the costs of caring, vaccinating and neutering these gorgeous pups paypal.me/Headrockdogrescue Thank you
7th of December 2018 01:10 PM
TODAY A LEGEND FLEW OVER THE RAINBOW BRIDGE. Wormy our oldest dog at 16 years and the first puppy I looked after when I started volunteering left us today.

He was a remarkable dog with so much determination as this video shows. The first part was taken about 10 days after his first stroke. He couldn't stand for over a week was on a drip and hand fed.

Then he decided it was time for a walk around. He was very wobbly but didnt fall. The second part shows Wormy a month after strutting out as if nothing had happened to him.

We all loved you old boy but it was time to go. Our vet was very gentle with him and he just slipped away. RIP Wormy you'll never be forgotten.
6th of December 2018 11:32 AM Link
I'VE RARELY TAKEN SUCH A HAPPY VIDEO I HAD TO LET IT RUN. We returned Lumpy to the Temple and his family after over 4 months away. It isn't always this joyous when a dog gas been away for several months.

Many don't want to return and take several weeks settling back in. Lumpy was nervous for the first few seconds until his family and best friend came running. The rest you can see on this video. Pure joy.

Free again after so many months confined to his small pen after his broken leg operation. Lumpy's return was delayed because he fell awkwardly and had to be put on anti-biotics and pain killers for a week. The treatment worked as you can see.

We left the Temple with Lumpy lying in his old spot surrounded by all his buddies. He smiled goodbye to me.

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.

OUR GOALS

RESCUE - HEALING - ADOPTION

  • NEUTERING TEMPLE, STREET AND BEACH DOGS,
  • CURING SICK AND ABANDONED DOGS AND PUPPIES
  • REPLACING SUFFERING WITH HAPPINESS

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

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