We've been lucky enough to be featured in some great publications, and here are a few of the latest stories written about Happy Doggo.

Dogs at our sanctuary

While most street dogs who need medical attention can be back with their packs within the day, some need more serious medical attention.

These are the dogs who come to stay at our sanctuary at Happy Doggo Land. Dogs who have been hit by cars, who have been badly abused, or even need to lose some weight, come to us for care and rehabilitation. Often, they’re able to go back and live their lives normally but sometimes they’re rehomed. In this case, they stay with us until they’re ready to travel.

Our adoptable dogs

How one man left the corporate world to save the global street dog population

How one man left the corporate world to save the global street dog population

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Top end chef quit high end restaurants and looks after strays

Top chef who 'tried to kill himself with alcohol' reveals how he quit high-end restaurants in Manchester to set up an off-grid dog sanctuary in Thailand - and spends £20,000 a month looking after strays

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How saving street dogs in Thailand helped this recovering addict save himself

Niall Harbison says he's found his calling helping stray dogs in Thailand

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Co Tyrone man Niall Harbison's mission to save street dogs in Thailand while spreading festive cheer

Christmas came early for around 100 street dogs in Thailand this year, as they received a slap up dinner with all the trimmings from their very own 'Santa Paws'.

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Liam Gallagher adopts rescue dog Buttons from Thailand

The dog was abandoned in the jungle by its former family

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Man Rescues One Dog — Then Hears A Scream Coming From The Forest

Niall Harbison had just scooped up an abandoned white puppy and was on his way to bring her to safety when he heard something that stopped him in his tracks.

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'I want to feed 10,000 dogs a month' in Thailand'

Niall Harbison is a man with a mission. Three years ago, he moved to Thailand from Ireland, and came across a dog he says made a huge impact on his life.

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Lovin’ Dublin founder Niall Harbison on moving from life in Irish media to caring for street dogs in Thailand

Thailand’s street dogs are providing inspiration for Niall Harbison’s next big endeavour; his “most rewarding” yet.

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Niall Harbison with street dogsHappy Doggo LandNiall Harbison with Whacker and McMuffin street dogs
Rodney the street dog at Happy Doggo landNiall Harbison with Tina the rescue dogNiall Harbison with Britney the rescue dog

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Niall holding three puppies in his arms

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