We want to see a controlled stray dog population and an educated local community, which in the long run with see a happy and harmonious relationship between people and dogs.
By working together we will have a faster and greater impact on this country wide problem.
TMTRD non-profit organization
The Man That Rescues Dogs Foundation now has its sights set on expanding The Sanctuary to take in more rescues and modernizing its "free for all" Clinic to treat and heal more dogs. There will also be extra effort put into Education through visits to schools and public spaces as well as allowing graduate vets to join our team in The Clinic as interns for short or long periods.
Michael started his mission to help dogs on the streets and rescue as many as he could with limited funds and space.
Non profit status
TMTRD officially became a Non profit organization in Sweden with the help of Mr. Hans Tjernström, Michael’s good friend, and partner.
Foster Home for Dogs
Michael established his first Foster Home for dogs by renting a house and hiring staff to look after the dogs.
Michael signed MOU with Saensuk municipality to manage and expand the local shelter for 80 existing dogs at the time.
Foster Home Relocation
The foster home had to be moved to the main shelter because of numerous complaints from the neighbors.
320 Dog in Care
TMTRD has 320 dogs under its care. This consists of 180 dogs in the shelter, 60 dogs in the foster home and 100 dogs on the streets.
TMTRD has 570 dogs under its care. TMTRD opened its own clinic with two veterinarians to provide health care for the dogs we have and also a free of charge care for other pets.
The Future of TMTRD
TMTRD aims to help as many stray dogs in our community as we can, to reduce the unwanted dog population through spaying and neutering.
We currently spay and neuter in Bangsaen and Bang Pra but we are
hoping to one day cover all of the Chonburi province. Our mission is to increase our coverage area by expanding our free of charge clinic. With some additional equipment and a larger area for our two staff veterinarians to work, we will be able to sterilize and provide better medical care to more dogs in our community.
With your help, we can do better.
How you can help
Your donation, no matter the amount, goes directly towards bringing peace to the dogs in our care. If you have a specific item you would like to donate towards – food or medicine for example, please specify this in the notes with your transaction or contact us directly.
As a Foster parent you get to look after a dog(s) for a timeframe that suits you, knowing that your time, love and care go a long way towards helping the dog and the shelter. The dog gets to learn how to be a domestic dog, and readies them for eventual adoption.
Adopting a rescue dog is one of the most rewarding experiences for both the dog and you - the future doggy parent. We will work with you to make sure you find the best dog that suits your lifestyle and family needs.