PHOTOS Pic story of The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Thailand

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Pic story of The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Thailand

Xinhua

14:29, February 20, 2021

Special wheelchairs for paralyzed dogs are seen at The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Chonburi Province, Thailand, Feb. 16, 2021. The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary was opened in 2017 and currently houses 600 rescued dogs. It monitors and feeds a further 350 within the Bangsaen and Sriracha area. Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, the Sanctuary consists of a full service clinic, a care centre for disabled dogs, a sterile quarantine section for new rescues and dogs with serious diseases, a specialized distemper unit, 3 swimming pools for water therapy and exercise, and 5 main shelters each with a wide array of fun obstacles for play and shade. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

A staff member takes care of a paralyzed dog at The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Chonburi Province, Thailand, Feb. 16, 2021. The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary was opened in 2017 and currently houses 600 rescued dogs. It monitors and feeds a further 350 within the Bangsaen and Sriracha area. Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, the Sanctuary consists of a full service clinic, a care centre for disabled dogs, a sterile quarantine section for new rescues and dogs with serious diseases, a specialized distemper unit, 3 swimming pools for water therapy and exercise, and 5 main shelters each with a wide array of fun obstacles for play and shade. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

A staff member carries food for stray dogs onto a car at The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Chonburi Province, Thailand, Feb. 16, 2021. The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary was opened in 2017 and currently houses 600 rescued dogs. It monitors and feeds a further 350 within the Bangsaen and Sriracha area. Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, the Sanctuary consists of a full service clinic, a care centre for disabled dogs, a sterile quarantine section for new rescues and dogs with serious diseases, a specialized distemper unit, 3 swimming pools for water therapy and exercise, and 5 main shelters each with a wide array of fun obstacles for play and shade. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Dogs play at The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Chonburi Province, Thailand, Feb. 16, 2021. The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary was opened in 2017 and currently houses 600 rescued dogs. It monitors and feeds a further 350 within the Bangsaen and Sriracha area. Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, the Sanctuary consists of a full service clinic, a care centre for disabled dogs, a sterile quarantine section for new rescues and dogs with serious diseases, a specialized distemper unit, 3 swimming pools for water therapy and exercise, and 5 main shelters each with a wide array of fun obstacles for play and shade. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

A staff member walks dogs near The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Chonburi Province, Thailand, Feb. 16, 2021. The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary was opened in 2017 and currently houses 600 rescued dogs. It monitors and feeds a further 350 within the Bangsaen and Sriracha area. Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, the Sanctuary consists of a full service clinic, a care centre for disabled dogs, a sterile quarantine section for new rescues and dogs with serious diseases, a specialized distemper unit, 3 swimming pools for water therapy and exercise, and 5 main shelters each with a wide array of fun obstacles for play and shade. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

A staff member helps a paralyzed dog with a wheelchair at The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary in Chonburi Province, Thailand, Feb. 16, 2021. The Man That Rescues Dogs sanctuary was opened in 2017 and currently houses 600 rescued dogs. It monitors and feeds a further 350 within the Bangsaen and Sriracha area. Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, the Sanctuary consists of a full service clinic, a care centre for disabled dogs, a sterile quarantine section for new rescues and dogs with serious diseases, a specialized distemper unit, 3 swimming pools for water therapy and exercise, and 5 main shelters each with a wide array of fun obstacles for play and shade. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

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