On 12 December, the treasurer of Cha-Am Golfclub paid a visit to Straydogs Cha-Am and made the first periodic payment on behalf of Cha-Am Golf Club. On 11 and 12 December a total of 44 dogs (41 females and 3 males) were sprayd and neutered. These dogs have been taken from the beach area, Cha-Am temple and the old center of Cha-Am, and were snipped, vaccinated (rabiës too), freed of parasites as worms and ticks and flees, and returned back to their packs. Sick dogs will stay in the clinic for treatment.
This was already the 25th spray and neuterround. Female dogs are given priority in treatment, because they are the ones who bring new puppies into the world and male dogs are also more territorial and therefore allow new males to enter their habitat less quickly. Because of limited financing, choices have to be made.
If members of the Cha-Am Golf Club have issues with dogs in their residential area, they can indicate this to the Management Committee. Straydogs Cha-Am will then consider whether they can offer a solution in a subsequent spray an neuterround.
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Posted by Paul Graff
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