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FAE Elephant Hospital in Thailand

FAE Elephant Hospital
Typehospital
Founded1994
First elephant1994
AddressHangchatr District
PlaceLampang
CountryThailand
Websitehttp://www.friendsoftheasianelephant.org
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Founder: Soraida Salwala. Hospital director: Dr. Preecha Phuangkum DVM.

Between 1993 and 2010 FAE treated 3 326 elephants: 556 elephants at the hospital, 565 out patients, and the mobile clinic threated 2 205 elephants. Of those 57% (1010 cases) were female elephants. The majority were treated for deworming and vitamin defiency.

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