Niall Harbison is determined to save as many street dogs as possible in Thailand, where there are almost a stray dogs.

He spends his days personally feeding 80 dogs and taking care of a dozen sick or wound dogs in his grace yard. But it doesn’t end there…

Nutritious homemade food is prepared daily to feed 800 street dogs on Koh Samui. Volunteer and locals help deliver the food and make sure as many dogs as possible have a full belly.

In addition to food, he focuses on medical care and sterilization (castration) to reduce the number of dogs on the streets. If the dogs cannot return to the street, he will find them a home at home or abroad.

Niall was a personal chef before coming to the island for a much needed fresh start. The dogs rescued him in return and he goes the extra mile to give them the best life possible.

This means taking some of the wound and elderly dogs to the beach to wash off their worries, at least for a while.

A video posted on his TikTok page showed four elderly dogs suffering from serious injuries or health problems, enjoying the sun and surfing. “Life on the street is difficult. Derek, McMuffin, Snoop and Lady are all lucky to still be here. They spend so much time getting treated and recovering that today I just wanted to give them something that they will never forget. A day that no one will ever be able to take from you,” Niall wrote.

niall sometimes in life it’s nice to get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy the Moment. These 4 elderly dogs had serious health problems and injuries. Hard Street Life. Derek, McMuffin, Snoop and Lady are all lucky to still be here. They spend so much time getting treated and recovering that today I just wanted to give them something that they will never forget. A day that no one can take from you. It may not have saved the 1000 dogs I’m trying to do, but doing things like this is important. They are not just worthless creatures who should be left on the street to pass away a miserable and lonely death of pain. They are wonderful animals that experience emotions just like us. Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible.

They could feel like young dogs again as they swam in the water with help. They were finally able to move freely without pain. The fun continued on the beach, where each dog received a tasty bone and was allowed to breathe the sea air.

The touching video has been seen by thousands of people thanking Niall for taking such good care of the elderly and everything he does for dogs. @dianelambb commented: “you saved not only these dogs, but also their souls”.

The kind-hearted man said that every day he “feels like he won the lottery” when he drives his moped and feeds the hungry puppies. He can help so many dogs thanks to his supporter and wants to reduce the number of street dogs in the world by 50%, which is a goal – but he continues to work on it.