Here at Baan Unrak we aim to help ALL animals in any way we can.
Thai Animal Sanctuary was founded by Gemma Ashford in 2007 and is dependent on private donations. From caring for a few local street dogs, we now have a sanctuary and veterinary clinic, the only one serving this remote part of Kanchanaburi province. Work involves the health care and population control of many animals. Gemma Ashford …
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced vet in a remote community in Thailand.
Sangkhlaburi lies within the Kanchanburi province, approximately seven hours from Bangkok. Situated on the Myanmar border this picturesque town is surrounded by stunning mountains, national parks, waterfalls and rivers.
With a Thai, Burmese, Karen, Mon and Laos population the rich cultural diversity is what makes this town unique.
Established in 2007, Baan Unrak Thai Animal Sanctuary is a small sanctuary in Sangkhlaburi. We opened our veterinary clinic in 2012. The sanctuary is currently home to around 30 resident dogs.
We are the only veterinary clinic/shelter for more than 200km (4 hours drive) We see all manner of ailments – from regular fleas & ticks, to scabies, distemper, parvo, and human inflicted injuries.
We also run regular sterilisation and vaccination projects to humanely manage the stray animal population, and improve the health and wellbeing of animals and humans in the area.
You will work with a small passionate team of volunteers (including a Sanctuary Manager) to improve the health and wellbeing of all animals in Sangkhlaburi.
You’ll be flexible and adaptable, with sound analytical skills to tackle the challenges that the role presents. Your sense of humour will also assist with this!
In return, this opportunity will offer you hands-on experience in a challenging yet extremely rewarding role, you will be able to see the direct impact that your work has in the lives of animals and humans in the community.
It will also offer you the opportunity to put your skills to the test – with limited diagnostics and basic equipment, plus exposure to unique injuries, illnesses and diseases and treatments that you won’t find in developed countries.
For further information on this exciting opportunity including a copy of the position description, please email us at email@example.com.
For further information on the sanctuary, please visit our website www.thaianimalsanctuary.com
To apply, please forward a covering letter and CV (including details of two referees) to firstname.lastname@example.orgBaan Unrak Animal Sanctuary Thailand added 3 new photos.28.05.2016 at 05:27 pmLike
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Marina20.05.2016 at 03:37 pmLike
It seems it fell from a tree, who can we help this bird?
I saw some posts some time ago about animal rescue in Thailand but I can't find much now.
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