Month: May 2013

DOGS AND PUPPIES AVAILABLE AT KRUPA FOR ADOPTION

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

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DOG WITH HEMATOMA IN EAR LOBE

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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.

RAJA NEEDS A LOVING HOME

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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?

DOG WITH MAMMARY TUMOR

mailThe 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.

Dear old Lambu meets his frieds

IMG_6589Lambu, the lovely Great Dane was found abandoned by his erstwhile keepers. When he was brought to Krupa in 2011 he was a bag of skin and bones. He became healthy and active soon under the loving care of our caretaker. A compassionate couple spotted him and instantly adopted him. After almost a year, the couple decided to bring Lambu to Krupa for a visit to make him see his old friends. We all thank these people for giving us a chance to meet dear Lambu again.