This beautiful dog was brought to Krupa Hospital about a month back by a kindly lady who found her wandering in the main street, obviously abandoned by her owners. Being very friendly by nature, she soon made friends with all around. She was lucky too as the lady who found her, managed to find a good home as well for her. The doggie is now settled in her new home with her new masters who are very loving and are sparing no effort to make her happy. We can only express our heartfelt gratitude to the kindly couple who adopted her.
Mr. Roy replies to the message posted earlier:
I am the proud owner of the fawn colour Labrador retriever. It is very sad to see that your own neighbours being a step away abstain from raising concerns in person about problems and assumes things to be written on a public forum, without any proof at all. First of all, all the claims are totally false against the same. My dog is an exceptionally healthy, well kept and pampered dog ever. Yes it is true , that when we leave for work, so we do keep him in the balcony,(most of the time unleashed with sufficient food and water as recommended by the vets) for which case any big dog once in a while needs to be leashed (be it a retriever or Rottweiler). I see no harm in it. Exactly by 5pm or so he is left out and mingles , exercises and even shares our bed and sofa till again next morning 10am. Though I am not answerable to anyone of my families schedule (dog being a family member only), still I feel its my duty towards all animal lover. I have brought up this dog like my own son. He is healthy as claimed by Miss Moni (dog trainer-8123205627) who came on the 9th of May after seeing the above post, to check on him. Concerned persons can also verify the above mentioned things with her .Both water and pedigree (that’s what we give him) are sufficient and as prescribed by the vet. His vet’s card and food details are all accounted for.
Anyway that was a lot about us. The above post has been simply written cause a dog when he barks causes certain neighborly disturbances and to of course to defame us. We will not take this lightly as these false accusations have defamed our reputation. We may go to the extent of taking legal help if required, to see that the person responsible for the same also constrain themselves for interfering in others life without proof, and which are none of their business.
A beautiful, young and very friendly dog (Can you name the breed?) was found tied to the gates of KRUPA a few days ago. The heartless owner has abandoned the poor creature but at least he had the heart to dump it in front of KRUPA. The dog is a mere child longing for love and compassion. We are looking for the right kind of people who will keep him with affection without which he will wither away. People who feel a horror for chains, leashes and kennels may contact us at 7829816208.
This kitten was brought to Krupa Hospital in a serious condition with several injuries. Half of one front paw was missing and two more paws were also severely injured. In additon, the kitten had wounds on its neck and back. It was partially paralyzed too. The treatment is on and the plucky kitten is responding well. The wounds are all healing well,
the kitten has regained most of its movement and is hopping about on three legs. In spite of its injuries, it is very spirited and gives a warning purr to anyone who might venture too close.
This female Dalmatian, aged about 6 years, was abandoned by her masters as they were shifting to a new place. Luckily for her, some kind neighbours rescued her and took care of her. But then she developed a huge mammary tumor and thus was brought to Krupa for treatment. Routine tests revealed that she was anaemic and thus she was put on iron injections and medicines until her blood count improved enough for her to withstand surgery. The doctor then surgically removed the tumor and sutured the wound. The dog was on post-operative treatment for two weeks. Now the wound has completely healed and the dog is ready for release. The good news is that her foster family is ready to adopt her and take care her for the rest of her life. Prithvi’s story thus ends on a happy note, thanks to her foster family who took her under their wings and gave her a new lease of life.
Young and healthy Labradors and Pomeranians along with several cute puppies are available for adoption. Interested animal lovers who are compassionate to give them a loving home may contact me on 7829816208 or Poornima@ 9880563690
The street dog in the picture was admitted to Krupa Hospital with a hematoma on the right ear lobe filled wit blood and pus. After a few preliminary tests, the doctor at Krupa Hospital undertook the surgery of the hematoma under GA. After removing the entire debris, the wound was sutured and antibiotics and pain-killers administered. After completing the course of antibiotics, the sutures were removed, the dog was administered Anti Rabies Vaccine and discharged. The dog is recovered completely and is doing well.
Meet RAJA, a 4 year old male labrador. He was rescued from a tribe of wanderers and brought to Krupa Hospital about a year back. Due to the ill-treatment meted out to him by his owners, he was in a pitiable condition, extremely weak, just a bag of skin and bones and barely able to stand. In due course with good nourishing food, medicines and above all loving care by the caretaker, Raja recovered and is now a healthy, handsome and friendly dog. He now awaits a loving family that he can call his own. Will his wish be fulfilled?
The dog in the picture was admitted to Krupa Hospital with a fairly big mammary tumor which had opened up and there was some amount of discharge. The surgery for removal of the tumor was taken up by our doctor under GA. The mass has been successfully removed and the area is being treated as an open wound. The dog is in good health and eating well. The wound is being externally cleaned and dressed daily and a course of antibiotics has been administered. The dog is expected to recover soon.