Dogs are a great addition to any family and there are a lot of dog-friendly activities to do in Bangkok. These include taking your pup for a stroll in the park, visiting dog-friendly cafes and bars, and booking professional pet sitting services.
If you are looking for a way to communicate with your dog better, there are many training centers in Bangkok that offer behavior modification courses. These courses involve extensive training sessions and can help you understand your pet’s behavior.
Zoeta Dogsoul is one of the top dog training programs in Thailand, and their dog trainer Sebastian is an expert at helping dogs learn how to interact with their owners. Their dog obedience school offers a program that creates a happy and loving relationship between you and your pet. The class is designed to teach your dog skills that will help them in their everyday life, such as sitting quietly on a vet’s examination table and greeting strangers. In addition to training, Zoeta Dogsoul offers dog boarding Chiang Mai so your pet can have somewhere safe and comfortable when you’re away for work or vacation. They offer private rooms with air conditioning and complementary feedings, as well as premium treats. They also have a large common area for your dog to play in, if they like.
Jojo House Dog Master
Jojo House Dog Master is a family owned and operated business. They offer a full range of services and products to meet all your dog training needs. Their products and services include: obedience training, puppy classes, pet behavior modification, companion protection training and professional courses for military and police working dog handlers.
They even have an outdoor area for pets to run and play. They are also a good source for information about pet hotels in Bangkok, so be sure to check them out before you take off on your next trip! We were lucky enough to have one of their experts, Kennel Master Jojo Bulabon, on board Queen Mary 2 for the tour.
SCAD is a non-profit organization that helps stray cats and dogs in Bangkok, Thailand. They offer shelter, vaccinations and medical care for these animals and also help to find them new homes if needed.
They work with the locals to educate them about responsible pet ownership and the benefits of animal birth control, which reduces the future population of strays. In addition they teach people to keep their pets indoors and if possible not to purchase a dog from an animal stall or street vendor.
A few SCAD students have recently won awards for their work. For example, Zach Rich (M.F.A., animation, 2017; B.F.A., animation, 2014) earned first place in the short film category at the Student Production Awards for his story of a ninja cat. Edgar Espejo (B.F.A., industrial design; M.F.A., service design; B.F.A., industrial design; 2017, 2019) won the Design for Social Impact Award at Core77 for his haptic solution to improve deaf integration in schools.