Paang is the Director for Rescue Paws. She is also the Director of XploreAsia. A Thai national, she has always had a keen eye for helping the strays of Thailand and has adopted several herself. Paang aides the organization in administrative and local affairs within Thailand. Her ability to communicate across cultures and languages has enabled Rescue Paws to develop strong relationships with local stakeholders.
Dr Aey is a Thai national and our resident veterinarian. She has been a practicing vet in Thailand for more than 10 years. Her recent addition to the organization has allowed us to significantly expand our capabilities within Hua Hin. Mor Aey has the ability to perform complex surgeries and her local networks have enabled Rescue Paws to deepen its ties to the local community. She joined Rescue Paws after seeing the scale of the stray dog problem in Thailand, with the hope to a part of an organisation who sought to change it.
Dr Krobprachaya is a Thai national and also one of our resident veterinarians. She graduated Chiang Mai University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and has been a practicing vet for three years. With experience working in university hospitals and private clinics within the local Hua Hin area, Peace is a skilled and highly-experienced vet who performs complicated surgeries, sterilisations and provides aid to sick dogs who are in our care. Peace came to Rescue Paws after she saw that there were no dogs on the street during her travels abroad with the hope that she could be a part of the life-changing mission to reduce the issue of the overpopulation of street dogs in Thailand.
Ghet is a Thai national and our resident veterinary assistant. She worked alongside Dr Aye for two years in a veterinary clinic before joining her with us at Rescue Paws. Ghet assists our vets in ensuring the health and safety of both our clinic dogs and local stray dogs that come into our care. She is experienced in dog handling, grooming and general animal care, assisting our volunteers in the day-to-day tasks required. Ghet befriends the local packs around Rescue Paws to ensure our organisation can complete feeding runs, parasite treatments and sterilisations to control the population in the local area. As a Thai national, Ghet talks to the local community to educate them about our organisation and our mission, as well as teach those who want to learn about dog handling and appropriate care.