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Puppies For Adoption

February 18, 2014 Leave a comment

Sukruta Hebbar  recently rescued seven puppies in her area.  The puppies are healthy and have been vaccinated and dewormed.  She is requesting compassionate animal lovers to find them affectionate homes.  Those who would like to adopt any of these puppies may contact her @  96111 70330.

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The 20 Important Facts Dog Lovers Must Never Forget. The Last One Brought Me To Tears…

February 15, 2014 Leave a comment


Dogs are so loyal that they love us no matter what we do. But if we want to provide the best life possible to these wonderful animals, we have to remember they have complex thoughts and feelings too. Here are 20 that we must never forget.





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February 14, 2014 2 comments


This little pet dog in the picture was brought to Krupa Animal Hospital a few days ago by its so-called “owner”. The owner wanted to leave his pet at Krupa premises as it was paralysed waist downwards and he was not interested in caring for it. When counselled against abandoning his pet in such an inhumane manner, the man became aggressive and retorted that he was not interested in discussion and we could either accept it or he would abandon it elsewhere. Fearing for the safety of the poor creature, we asked the man to leave the pet and go – which he did gladly. But what breaks one’s heart is the manner in which the little dog recoils in terror when someone tries to pet it. One can only imagine the cruelty to which the pet has been subjected by its master. We look forward to the day when we can win its love and trust and make it capable of walking again.

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February 13, 2014 Leave a comment

For keeping sick and wounded animals in comfort we need the following items. We appeal to all animal lovers for help.

1.  Used cotton matresses

2. Used cotton bed sheets and cotton cloth lengths.

3. Sterile cotton and bandage.

Please call Rajan @ 7829816208    Poornima @ 9880563690

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January 4, 2014 6 comments

Smoky is a cute little Labrador puppy bought by the man (let us call him ‘Owner’. as is the practice) from the myriads of puppy factories dotting the city. The baby-like puppy is destined to be a ‘watch dog’ for the house in which it was adopted. The owner promptly buys a collar and a leash and the puppy’s destiny begins. The puppy is tied to the main gate to start a career of scaring away unwelcome visitors. His only property in this world was an aluminium vessel kept on his side. Days on and years on, the puppy grows in to a dog still tied to the gate. Even while the dog is performing its duty, be it sun or rain, with diligent sincerity, he grows old. Finding that the dog becomes sick often and has become inefficient, the owner decides to abandon him as unwanted. Strangely no one in the household makes any objection.
The dog is taken in the owner’s car and is literally thrown out somewhere on the outskirts of the city. The bewildered creature who does not know anything in this world other than the owner, stands on the road shivering in fear, cold and hunger. By sheer luck a Good Samaritan spots him and brings him to a shelter where he gets the love and protection he needs.
This is a true story.
There are a hundred stories of many Smokys, Miistys, Jackies, Dollys and Julies abandoned cruelly on the roads, who are not fortunate enough to be rescued. They die of hunger and fierce attack by street dogs.


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January 2, 2014 Leave a comment

The dog in the picture is a German Shepherd who is 13 years old. He was presented at Krupa Animal Hospital a few weeks ago in a shocking state by his owner. All his four paws were totally raw and wounded at the base and were being eaten away by maggots. The animal was experiencing excruciating pain in even taking a single step and could barely stand. His coat was matted and dirty and obviously never seen a bath or brush. The treatment was taken up and all the hair around the paws was carefully trimmed away to enable easy access to the paws. The wounds on the paws were then treated and all the maggots got rid off. After two weeks of treatment, the dog is now able to walk around though slowly and has begun eat as well. The wounds are healing up. But one wonders, will the wounds inflicted on this lovely creature’s soul ever heal? Through all his ordeal, not once has the owner either visited him or called to ask about his welfare. This dog will remain with Krupa until the end and get the love that he so deserves.


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December 30, 2013 Leave a comment

This is precisely what these three lovely but lonely little pups seem to be asking themselves. Found abandoned on the streets with no mother in sight, these three little waifs were rescued by a kindly person who took them home, cleaned them, fed them and also got them checked by a vet and got all the vaccinations done. Now he is looking to find good homes for them. The three pups are about two months old and are healthy and active. We request people to come forward and give these pups the love and security of a home that they so richly deserve. Please contact us at 9880563690.


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