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Injured Cow Rescue- Animal Rescue NGO

Injured Cow Rescue- Animal Rescue NGO

Being an animal welfare organisation, we understand the suffering and pain of all animals- not only of just dogs and cats.  With fatal injuries, this calf was found near Moratandi tollgate , Tamil Nadu- Pondicherry boarder, as an unknown vehicle hit him and left out of help for hours. Bleeding from nose and huge wound on rump area, the calf’s body was badly wounded all over.    Rescued by Bark India rescue team to Bark India rescue centre, the calf was given first aid and the huge open wound and other wounds on body were sutured. Medications and food were...

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WVS Animal Birth Control Surgical Training Programme – Bark India

WVS Animal Birth Control Surgical Training Programme – Bark India

2 weeks Animal Birth Control Surgical Training Programme was conducted at Bark India Charitable Trust , in association with Worldwide Veterinary Service ( WVS ) India- International Training Centre. 4 veterinary doctors and 3 veterinary assistants are trained for Animal Birth Control Surgery, according to international standards.   Strated on 23rd , August, 2021 to 3rd September, 2021, 66 dogs are sterilised through spay and neuter at Bark India veterinary hospital . All animals received vaccinations and post- operative care after ABC.          ” It was an honour and we are glad to welcome team WVS here....

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It was around a week ago when our team members came to Pondicherry University to rescue an animal in distress (TVT case) and also to vaccinate some pups. However, what we saw jolted us badly and made us stop in our strides – the condition of the dogs on campus was heart wrenching to say the least! These animals would have been on campus living on food available to them. Human presence on campus along with functioning messes and canteens ensured that they were able to find scraps to survive on. However, in the current situation, with hardly anyone there,...

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Feed Starving Strays! Donate Today

Feed Starving Strays! Donate Today

The whole country is facing acute problems of increased Covid 19 cases and rigorous lockdown.  Around 40-45 million stray dogs in India who are depended on human resources  of food waste, are starving during lockdown in the absence of restaurants and people who used to feed. Many parts of the country are facing rigid lockdown and animal feeders face much restrictions to travel around for feeding strays.   During last year lockdown in 2020, knowing the pathetic condition of strays, Bark India Charitable Trust Started our 6th animal welfare programme- Stray dog feeding. Even after lockdown, we feed 300 stray dogs...

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