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Sniffer dogs help to detect COVID-19 in Thailand

A unit consisting of six Labrador retrievers has helped inspect thousands of samples for COVID-19 by sniffing in Thailand after being trained for months to help in the fight against the pandemic. The six dogs, trained by researchers at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, are able to distinguish asymptomatic or symptomatic COVID-19 patients from uninfected people […]Read More

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“3D Dog Eye Anatomy Model for Self Learning” Wins a

The 3D Dog Eye Anatomy Model for Self–learning, an innovation by the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University (CU VET) recently received the Gold Award at the International Innovation Week Africa (IWA) 2020 in Rabat, Morocco. This innovation was developed by Assoc. Prof. Pawana Chuesiri, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kriengyot Sajjacharoenpong, Mrs. Jantima Intarapanya of CU […]Read More

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Sniffer Dogs Can Detect COVID-19 Infections

BANGKOK, March 17 (TNA) – Chulalongkorn University said it successfully trained six sniffer dogs to detect the people who have COVID-19 with the high accuracy rate of 95%. Prof Kaywalee Chatdarong, deputy dean for research and innovation at the university’s Faculty of Veterinary, said the sniffer dogs were trained to detect the people who had […]Read More

South

Dog bites South African boy at Ao Nang Beach

PHUKET: Krabi officials are still searching for a stray dog identified ​​that bit an 8-year-old South African boy at Ao Nang Beach on Wednesday (Nov 18). The boy, Max Smith, suffered a wound on his left calf that an officer at the Tourist Assistance Centre (TAC) in Krabi described as not serious. Full story: thephuketnews.com […]Read More

Asia

China releases list of animals allowed to eat, dogs not

A list specifying 33 types of animals allowed for consumption and trade was published this Friday, according to China Daily. The outbreak of coronavirus that has spread around the world has led China to take this measure, in order to ensure public health and safety. The National Catalogue of Livestock and Poultry Genetic Resources has […]Read More

Bangkok

Nonthaburi Declared Rabies-Hit Zone

NONTHABURI, Oct 2 (TNA) – The Department of Livestock Development has declared part of Nonthaburi’s provincial seat a temporary rabies epidemic zone. The announcement bans movement of dogs, cats and animal carcasses without permission. Violators face two years in jail or a 40,000 baht fine under the Animal Epidemic Act. B.E.2558. Full story: tna.mcot.net TNARead More

Videos

Clever street dog in Bangkok fakes broken leg to get

This video will leave you surprised, as it shows that not only humans are cunning, because when it comes to wanting to get something until animals act. This is the case of this Thai street dog, who has perfected his trick over time and the truth is that he manages to be very convincing. He’s […]Read More