The Volunteer of Veterinary Program for Dog Sterilization at Fort Ingkhayutthaborihan, Pattani Province
Principle and reason
Nowadays, the problems with the feral dogs are steadily increasing in all areas and it is another problem that is important and affect people both economically and socially. In addition, dogs can be carriers for the transmission of rabies virus to animals, and animals to humans which is classified as the serious infectious disease that has not been cured yet. Therefore, the important mission for the control and elimination of rabies in animals is reduction the number of animals that carry the disease. Controlling the overpopulation of carrier pets, reduction the number of vector animals. These will reduce the chances of transmission and reduce the incidence of rabies in humans and animals. The most sustainable way to reduce the number of rabies carriers and to reduce the number of stray dogs is surgical sterilization. The most sustainable way to reduce the number of rabies carriers and to reduce the number of stray dogs is surgical sterilization.
Akkhraratchakumari Veterinary College has organized the “The volunteer of Veterinary Program for Dog Sterilization at Fort Ingkhayutthaborihan, Pattani Province” to allow stray dogs to undergo neutering surgery to reduce important vectors of rabies and control the dog population. This is a solution to the problem of stray dogs in the three southern border provinces that have been abandoned including creating experiences, the student’s mobile of veterinary medical unit, Promotion of the veterinary professional training and creating the pilot-project for the Veterinary Volunteer Club by integrating with Fort Ingkhayutthaborihan, Pattani Province and the compassionate animal hospital in carrying out such projects.
- To control the population of stray dogs in the 3 southern border provinces and reducing important vectors of rabies
- To enhance students’ experience in both surgical skills training, applying veterinary knowledge and abilities to benefit society
- To create cooperation between government agencies educational institutions and the private sector in animal welfare services
Processing Period: August 24 – 26, 2022
August 24, 2011
Depart from Akkhraratchakumari Veterinary College, Walailak University
August 25, 2022
Depart from Fort Ingkhayutthaborihan, Pattani Province
Meeting the team
August 26, 2022
08.00 – 08.30
Depart from the camp site to FortIngkhayutthaborihan, Pattani
Meeting the team
Note: The schedule is subject to change as appropriate.
- Clinical Professor Dr. Suvichai Rojanasathien
- Chalutwan Sansamur
- Kittima Lewchalermvong
- Assistant Professor Dr. Chaiwat Boonkaewwan
- Miss Pawinee Kulnanan
Five Year Students
- Student ID. 61107652 Worada Thammasangwan
- Student ID. 61114955 Punyisa Saetae
- Student ID.61117784 Chayanee Sodthi-anan
- Student ID. 61119111 Supak Udompornprasith
- Student ID. 61120192 Supaporn Teerawattananon
- Student ID. 61120473 Wilasinee Kanchana
- Student ID. 61123006 Patcharapol Khumngoen
- The dog had undergone neutering surgery. This is to reduce the major vectors of rabies and to control the dog population.
- Students have the opportunity for mobile of veterinary medical unit and practiced veterinary skills, and learn how to analyze the actual problems in the issuance of operating units and has worked with other agencies.
Akkhraratchakumari Veterinary College has organized the “The volunteer of Veterinary Program for Dog Sterilization at Fort Ingkhayutthaborihan, Pattani Province” on August 24-26, 2022 has led by team of 10 faculty members and students of the college for allowing stray dogs to undergo sterilization surgery, to reduce the important vectors of rabies, and control the dog population, solve the problem of stray dogs in the three southern border provinces that have been abandoned.