Rescue P.A.W.S. provides Educational Group Visits for interested those who would like to learn more about our organization and meet some of our four-legged friends. By providing education to local and international communities, we can help spread awareness of Thailand’s stray dog issue, gain advocates for our cause and promote better animal welfare. Our team members have years of experience in their respective fields, providing groups with a wider understanding of the current issues faced in Thailand as well as offering general animal welfare advice that visitors can take back home.
During your Educational Group Visit, we will teach you about Rescue P.A.W.S. and the work that we do, the crisis currently faced in both the local area of Hua Hin and Thailand as a whole, as well as offering animal welfare guidance. We will teach you about the importance of sterilization and appropriate aftercare, dog training and behavioral studies, and the veterinary care and procedures we conduct. You will then get the chance to spend valuable time with our adoptable dogs on the beach walks.
Educational Group Visits can be arranged for groups of 6 people or more, such as classes, organizations, workplace groups, or simply groups of friends who’d like to learn more about what we do.
To learn more about our Educational Group Visits, contact our Programs Coordinator at [email protected].
Educational Group Visits are subject to availability and must be arranged in advance.
Rescue P.A.W.S. truly believes that education is crucial to tackling the issues that come with the low quality of life and overpopulation of Thailand’s soi animals. Furthermore, we believe it is incredibly important to raise a generation that is aware of these issues, and that is equipped with the knowledge to effectively deal with them. For this, Rescue P.A.W.S. created a relationship with a local Thai school, and visits once a month to work with the thai students. With a program created specially for these students, Rescue P.A.W.S. utilizes games, props, small group discussions, and Q&A sessions with the vets to teach them all about limited survival resources, the benefits of vaccination adoption, and the proper treatment of dogs and cats. An added benefit is that these sessions are held in both Thai and English, improving the English skills as well.