Part I – Managing emergencies and providing medical intervention for stray dogs: Proceedings of The Voice of Stray Dogs Conference & Panel Discusson on Catalyzing Activism for Stray Dogs
The entire proceedings of the conference including presentations and video’s of speakers will be made available here. This is the 5th video of the this information being available for Activists for Stray Dogs to leverage on.
This is Part 1 of 2 of the session by Dr Pavan, Founder Cessna Lifeline Veterinary Hospital on “Managing emergencies and providing medical intervention for stray dogs”
There has been a battle raging for many years (see bottom of this article for previous VoSD articles) between the horribly abused Jallikattu bulls and the bullocks used for cart racing, and those that were using them ostensibly for “sport”
The text describes the rescue of cattle by People for Animal Welfare Services (PAWS), Thrissur, Kerala being illegally transported. Kerala and West Bengal allow the slaughter of cattle (which for the rest of India its not allowed but prevalent). Prior published
The State of J&K is the only one in the country which has not adopted the Indian Veterinary Act 1984. The result is extremely poor veterinary education standards and lack of genuine regulations governing Veterinary practices besides deprivation of VCI
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