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NERO (male)

 

My owner decided he didn't like me any more because I developed arthritis - hence the strange bend in my left front leg. At least he didn't dump me in the middle of nowhere like a lot of my new friends here. My owner brought me to the shelter and left me tied up at the gate. I wish he would come back.

 

Jippee: I found a new home on Koh Samui.

While I was living at the DRCS Daniela from Pielenhofen in Germany was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

ABRAXAS (male)

 

My name is Abraxas and I'm one of the so called 'Garden Centre-dogs'. It's very unfortunate and sad that I have to get used to a totally new environment - and this at my age! We (almost 10 of us) used to live at a very big garden centre here on Samui and had a great and loving home. One dark day our owner found herself in some pretty serious trouble because of us and she had to immediately find a solution. Of course she couldn't find a home for any of us and so there was no other place for us to go but the Dog Rescue Centre. We are all trying our best to settle in and make our peace with the whole situation...

 

Cecilie from Denmark is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

 

RUBINA (female)

 

I was a stray dog living in the area of the big animal shelter and I used to come up and visit the other dogs every now and then. I found out that if I sat outside the gate, someone would let me in. Then I could wander around for a chat with the other dogs and eat their food. When I got bored with that, I would sit at the gate and someone would let me out. This went on for months and then one day I decided to stay here for ever. I like it here.

 

Great news: I found a new home on Koh Samui.

While I was living at the DRCS, Nina from Norway was looking after me. Thank you very much!

REXY (female)

 

My owner decided that I needed a special operation to stop me having babies. So, he brought me to the shelter and I had the operation. My owner was meant to collect me after a week but he never turned up. Brigitte telephoned him several times and he always promised to come and get me. Some promise as I'm still here!

 

Jessica and Benny from Enköping in Sweden were m y godparents until I was rehomed to Petra in Bo Phut. Please come and take tea with me there in the Tea Room.

LIOBA (female)

 

I was living in Maenam and being looked after by my Australian owner. He loved me and I loved him, or so I thought. One day, he decided he had to return to Australia so he packed his bags and just left, leaving me to fend for myself! All he left me was a bowl of water and three tins of dog food (no tin opener). Is he crazy or what? I got hungrier and hungrier and started to beg for food from the neighbors but they all had their own dogs or didn't want me around. I was STARVING! One of the helpers at the shelter was collecting a dog nearby and saw me so he collected me too. Several months later, I have now regained weight and am much happier as I know Brigitte will not run off and leave me like my owner.

 

Jipee: I found a new home on Koh Samui.

While I was living at the shelter, Jannet and Lars from Denmark were looking after me. Thank you very much.

ANDRE (male)

 

I was brought in by three tourists who befriended me in Maenam. I had really bad mange, had lots of ticks and fleas, and was really thin. They had tried to feed me but I was very shy around them and other animals. Because they were going home, they brought me to the shelter where Don immediately bathed me in Amitraz to get rid of my mange and gave me lots of injections to make me a big, strong dog. I've settled down at the shelter and am no longer shy with any of the visitors or the other dogs.

 

Great news: I have found a new home on Koh Samui.

While I was living at the shelter, Jannet and Lars from Denmark were looking after me. Thank you very much.

OTTELLA (female)

 

I was hanging around the ferry terminal at Nathon but the staff there didn't want me as they were already looking after another dog. I tried to sneak on to the ferry boat but I was caught and brought to the shelter at Ban Taling Ngam. It's OK here as I don't have to fight for my food and the other dogs are really friendly.

 

While I stayed at the shelter Sandra and Jimmy from Stuttgart in Germany were looking after me. Thank you very much.

PEPPER (male)

 

Great news: I found a new home on Koh Samui!

 

While I was staying at the DRCS, Jaqueline from Vienna in Austria was looking after me. Thank you very much!

PÖRSCHI (female)

 

Gail from West Yorkshire in England is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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BIENE (female)

 

Biene found a new home.

 

During her time at the shelter, Daniela from Hamburg in Germany was looking after her.

SMIRA (female)

 

Sandy from Mainz am Rhein in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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BLICK (male)

 

Blick ran away and we miss him!

 

During her time at the shelter, Sandra from Birkenfeld in Germany was looking after her.

ATHENA (female)

 

I gave birth to my puppies in a very nice and very expensive hotel. For my lovely kids it was no problem to hide underneath the bungalows while I was going on begging for food. At the beginning there were no problems. But when a few tourists complained about the puppies screaming, the trouble began. Brigitte from DRCS was given the following choice: Either she would pick us up or the people at the hotel would get rid of us. What that means should be clear: The gardener gets the order to get rid of the dogs - what ever way. In most cases the gardener gives delicious food which is filled with poison. If he is lucky, all dogs die before the tourists wake up in the morning. If not, the hotel is in trouble because the tourists don't want to be bothered with such a pitiful sight. Their vacation could be ruined. The tourists often don't know what consequences a complaint like that can have. Almost every time it means death or being brutally chased away by the gardener or a guard. After Brigitte has heard from us, she of course picked us up.

 

Great news: I found a new home on Koh Samui!

 

While I was staying at the DRCS, Bo from Stockholm in Sweden was looking after me. Thank you very much!

BURNY (female)

 

Good news: My owner came back to get me home again!

 

While I was living in the shelter, Javier from Mexico was looking after me. Thank you very much.

STEINER (male)

 

Mariah from Sebastopol in the USA is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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