From time to time we carry out vaccination drives and spay/neuter programs to protect animal health especially stray homeless animals.
Vaccination prevents diseases that can be transmitted between animals and also from animals to people. It not only reduces animals’ suffering but protects public health too.
Vaccination helps avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented like distemper, Parvo, etc.
Our Vaccination n sterilization drives are being carried out without any financial support from Government.
We help community members to spay/neuter dog who is fit for surgery. Research shows that spayed/neutered dogs on average, live longer. It eliminates the risk of life-threatening diseases like uterine cancer, pyometra testicular cancer, etc. It lowers the risk of prostate problems in male dogs.