Several beautiful (some are all-white and all-black} and healthy Indian puppies are available for adoption. The puppies have been dewormed and vaccinated. Compared to foreign breeds, Indian dogs are much healthier, have in-built immunity to diseases and easier to maintain. They are friendlier and affectionate. Anyone willing to give them a loving home may contact Poornima @ 9880563690 Rajan @ 7829816208.
Month: October 2014
Animals, especially street dogs and other stray animals suffer untold fear and shock by the sound of crackers during this festival season. Indiscriminate and incessant bursting of crackers cause mental disturbance in animals which are manifested by signs of body tremours while they are terror stricken. They run helter skelter, running for cover, and hide inside gutters and crevices for several days. They go without food all these days. We have seen several animals die during these harrowing periods.
While wishing all animal lovers a happy Deepavali, we appeal to all compassionate people to desist from bursting noisy crackers considering the mental distress caused to the poor animals. It is heartening to note that some schools have propagated the concept of a CRACKER-FREE Deepavali and several children took oath not to buy crackers. Please spread this message to save the unfortunate animals including your pets at home from mental trauma.
The dog in the picture was presented at Krupa Hospital with deep
maggot-filled wounds in the head. The maggots had gone so deep inside
that the animal had to be sedated and the maggots meticulously
removed. The dog has responded positively to the treatment and is
slowly but surely recovering.