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Maggoty stray dog- Rescue, treatment and release

Stray dog rescued from Kurinji Nagar, Pondicherry, with maggot infection and wound on neck- Before and after medical treatment at Bark India Veterinary hospital.                                   Thanks to our veterinary doctor for the wonderful treatment and recovery within days. The healthy...

Wounded dog needs help for treatment- Maggoty wound dog rescue and treatment

Wounded dog needs help for treatment- Maggoty wound dog rescue and treatment

Mother’s love is always incomparable . She had to take care of her 3 babies even with the deep and wide maggot infection that completely destroyed her one eye. Found with her three babies who were shifted to foster home and later found forever homes. Even in pain and suffering, she was wandering to feed...

Dog rescue, treatment and release- NGO for animals in Pondicherry

Dog rescue, treatment and release- NGO for animals in Pondicherry

Scar was living happily in Serenity beach, Puducherry till he get wounded  on side of mouth. Though the history is unknown, it seems the wound was the result of an accident or dog bite. Found and informed by Mr Rober, he got rescued by Bark India rescue team. He was bleeding from mouth at the...

Dog with maggot wound neck -Dog rescue and Treatment- Charity for stray dogs

Dog with maggot wound neck -Dog rescue and Treatment- Charity for stray dogs

Brownie was found with a big maggot wound on neck at Muthulingampett, Lawspet, Pondicherry. Much thanks to Ms Senthamizh Thenmozhial for informing us and arranging the transportation of the dog to Bark India veterinary care.     After the dog’s hospitalization at Bark India, maggots were removed and his wound is getting better with medical...

Wounded stray dog rescue and free treatment- animal rescue organisation

Wounded stray dog rescue and free treatment- animal rescue organisation

A considerate human being’s duty does not end with just feeding a stray. It’s each one’s responsibility to care them whenever is necessary.  Thanks to Ms Sanjukta Lal for rescuing and bringing the wounded dog to Bark India veterinary hospital for treatment. The dog was spotted wounded by the local stray dog feeders at Francois...