The Save Elephant Foundation says: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the tourism industry has collapsed, leaving no financial support to care for our rescued dogs. Although our sanctuary is full we will never turn away any animals in need. Recently, we became aware of dogs in a dire situation at a puppy mill that required urgent intervention. We took in all of the Thai Ridgeback dogs at the facility. Many need medical attention. All were starving and in bad condition.
When the Save Elephant Foundation learned of a puppy mill churning out Thai Ridgeback puppies near their facility at Elephant Nature Park in Thailand, staff didn't hesitate to act.
They witnessed the dogs' appalling living conditions. They were kept in stacked cages with barely enough room to move around, lying in their own or other's filth that had fallen on them. Most were undernourished, their coats full of ticks and fleas. Skin conditions were common. There was a dead dog in one of the cages, and others in critical condition. The staff rushed to the animal hospital.
Most of these dogs are now safe within Elephant Nature Park's borders. They receive constant care and attention and are beginning to heal. But with no income from tourism and many stomachs to fill (many quite large), this park needs YOUR support to save these dogs, as well as elephants.
You can help Elephant Nature Park get these dogs the food and medical care they need. Your gift will go toward dog food, vaccines, flea and tick treatments, spay and neuter procedures and more for the rescued Thai Ridgebacks. Give today!
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.