Hank - Thailand Only
Hank is a loveable, friendly, and calm middle-aged guy. He was previously owned, but his family decided to surrender him because of the costs associated with keeping him.
Hank gets along well with all humans, including kids, but he could accidentally knock them over. He's friendly with other dogs, but would enjoy a home where he's the only dog. He walks well (but slowly) on leash, loves to run, and is pretty good with all basic training. Because of his size, he would be best suited to an experienced owner.
Approximate Age: 5-6 years
Nicole Kidman was dumped at a busy pier towards the end of Covid. She tried to integrate herself into a few different packs but she was never successful and regularly got attacked by the other dogs. She eventually gave up and has spent the last year living by herself and trying to survive.
She is a very gentle and submissive dog, who has always loved human attention. She greets everyone she meets with a wagging tail and would love nothing more than to spend her days with a quiet family who will teach her that the world isn't as scary as she thinks.
Approximate Age: 2-3 years
Kate Moss is still just a puppy, but she has been through so much already. Found dumped with her sister Sophie at an abandoned construction site, we rescued her in very difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, only weeks later she contracted Parvo and very nearly didn't make it.
Kate Moss is very nervous and distrustful of humans, but she is slowly learning that ear scratches are nice, especially if they come with food. She is more reserved than her sister Sophie, and will likely always be a timid dog. Building up her confidence and trust will take time, so a very gentle and patient home is key.
Approximate Age: 5 Months
Tommy was hit by a car at a young age, and suffered a broken hip and femur. After an operation and a few months of recovery, he has regained almost full mobility, although he'll always have slightly limited physical abilities so he may not be the best long-distance running partner.
Tommy is a very energetic and playful dog and he's full of puppy energy. He genuinely wants to be friends with everyone he meets and is up for anything. He would do well in almost any environment, provided he gets the proper training and socialization early on.
Approximate Age: 9 Months
Sophie is still just a puppy, but she has been through so much already. Found dumped with her sister at an abandoned construction site, we rescued her in very difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, only weeks later she contracted Parvo and very nearly didn't make it.
Sophie is still very nervous, but she is showing signs of curiosity and getting braver every day! She's very interested in other dogs, and will likely be a great companion to another dog. With her inquisitive nature, we think she will blossom into quite an outgoing and social dog one day!
Approximate Age: 5 Months
The Minogue Sisters
Dannii and her sister Kylie Minogue have spent the last 3 years living at a busy pier. They never fully integrated into any pack, and they have historically been wary of humans and other dogs.
Since coming to live at the shelter, they have become very attached and affectionate towards humans. They are exuberant and playful dogs who are very tightly bonded to one another. We would love to find a home for these two sisters together and think they would thrive in an active house, ideally with a large fenced yard to play in.
Approximate Age: 2-3 years
Weight: 10kg, 12kg
Stitch was hit by two cars as a young puppy and he suffered broken hips, a shattered hip socket, and a broken femur. After an extensive operation and months of targeted rehabilitation, he is now able to walk again.
Stitch is a very energetic, affectionate, and loving dog. He gets along well with most other dogs, but is showing some signs of resource guarding and can get jealous when he doesn't get all the attention. As a typical "teenager" he would be best suited to a home with an experienced dog owner who can teach him proper boundaries and socialization.
Approximate Age: 1 year
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Some of our most commonly asked questions about adopting a dog from Thailand.
There are a lot of factors that go into calculating the final adoption price, but for the EU, UK, and US the cost is typically from USD $1,800 - $3,000. If you are selected to adopt one of our dogs, we will take a $500 deposit up front to cover the cost of food and required vaccinations.
From the time we receive an adoption deposit, you can expect it to take 12 weeks until the dog is ready to travel. This is because there are mandatory minimum waiting times between a dog's vaccinations and required antibody testing.
This really depends on the dog and their unique background, but we do not do any behavioural or lifestyle training. You can expect most of our dogs to be able to walk comfortably on leash, but you will likely need to work on house/potty training and basic obedience.
We do our best to match every dog to the best household for their specific requirements. We thoroughly review every application and interview all prospective new parents, and at the end of the day we might match potential adopters with a different dog than they originally applied for.