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2023 Impact

Transforming Lives: People and Animals Thailand Clinic’s Impact in 2023

We are thrilled to highlight the impact of our dedicated team at the People and Animals Thailand (PAT) Clinic in our mission to alleviate the suffering of stray and community animals through our spay and vaccination clinic.

Spaying and Neutering

In 2023, PAT Clinic successfully spayed and neutered 2,914 animals, significantly contributing to controlling the stray population. This proactive approach not only creates healthier communities but also prevents the suffering of countless animals.


Our commitment extended to administering 2,870 rabies vaccinations and 1,787 vaccinations against five deadly diseases. This vital initiative aims to save lives and prevent the spread of diseases, ensuring the well-being of both animals and communities.

Compassionate Care

Beyond spaying and neutering, our clinic embraced a holistic approach to animal welfare. We provided emergency health care to animals in distress, offering immediate relief when it was needed most. Additionally, we addressed 143 moderate or severe skin issues to alleviate pain and suffering.

Feeding Programs

Often collaborating with community members, we ensured 60+ vulnerable animals received the sustenance they required.

Special Cases

Among our achievements, we treated six cases of Transmissible Venereal Tumors (TVT). These cases required specialist care, and our clinic rose to the challenge, providing effective treatment and support for these animals.

Partnership with Dogs Trust Worldwide

None of these achievements would be possible without the invaluable support of our incredible donors and our partner, Dogs Trust Worldwide. It is only together that we can continue our life-saving efforts for animals in Phetchaburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan.


As we reflect on the accomplishments of 2023, we want to express our deepest gratitude to our supporters and donors. We will strive to achieve even more in 2024. Together, we can work towards a world where every animal is treated with compassion and care. Stay tuned for more updates on our ongoing efforts to build a brighter future for animals in need.

A few moments from 2023 in pictures

Our busy operating theatre

100+ dogs vaccinated on World Rabies Day 2023

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Maroo, a badly injured puppy who was adopted after recovery

Vaccination outreach in the community

Raven, a dumped puppy with broken leg now adopted

Pluto, successfully treated for TVT cancer

Catching dogs to go for sterilisation and vaccination

Feeding street-born puppies

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