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VOSD | CSR | HR initiatives

Posted On July 18, 2018By straysadminIn VOSD Blog

LOVE DOGS? WANT TO HELP DOGS?

Add some do-good to your brand’s feel-good. Love is a verb. If you are part of the CSR or HR teams in any company and would like to contribute to animal welfare in a meaningful way, then please write to us at info@vosd.in We have some amazing initiatives through which your teams can contribute and share their love with our doggies. 🐕   About VOSD VOSD is the Bangalore-based privately run non-profit with 80G status. Runs the world’s largest no-kill dog sanctuary & trust with 800 resident dogs, 7,500+ rescues, 250,000+ treatments.Read More
Vir Das | Comedy | India | VOSD

Posted On June 30, 2018By straysadminIn Others

Vir Das for VOSD in Mumbai

Vir Das , India’s India’s highest selling comedian supports VOSD Vir Das will do a preview of his new NetFlix Special in aid of VOSD.  BUY TICKETS HERE: https://bit.ly/2IyAwUN Date: 6 July at 08 PM–10 PM Venue: St. Andrew’s Auditorium, Bandra. Mumbai, Maharashtra. All proceeds from this event will go to The Voice of Stray Dogs – VOSD. Share this post with all your family and friends in Mumbai! Big thanks Vir Das for supporting VOSD and  #TheVoiceof800Dogs! The Facebook Event Page is here #Virdas #VOSD #TheVoiceof800Dogs  #Comedy #Mumbai #Dogs#LoveIsAVerb  Read More
Reporting Puppies |Ricky with Rakesh Shukla VOSD

Posted On April 21, 2018By straysadminIn VOSD Blog

Donations in kind

With 750+ dogs to be fed and medicated daily we use prodigious quantities of food, medicines and other supplies. If you are willing to help with these supplies, please note that unless these quantities represent a large financial proportion of what we use it will not be possible for us to arrange for pick-ups. The best way is to message what you wish to contribute and we will let you know if it can be picked up or if we could request you to bring to a centralized place inRead More
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB I VOSD Dog Sanctuary

Posted On April 21, 2018By straysadminIn Others, Rescues

Pet Dog Surrender (Bangalore)

Surrender Process Please fill this form for the surrender for a pet dog http://store.strays.in/product/vosd-pet-dog-surrender/ Once you make the payment we will coordinate with you about the pick up of the dog. Your contribution is a fraction of the cost of the lifetime nutritional and medical requirements of the dog and it is an 80G contribution. Your contribution is also the acceptance of the terms of surrender that are given explicitly in the surrender form. We do not adopt out dogs so the dog remains with us for life.Read More
Renal failure I Symptoms & Treatment I VOSD Dog Care

Posted On April 20, 2018By straysadminIn Vet Advice

Kidney (renal) failure in Dogs

Identifying and treating Kidney (renal) failure What is kidney/ renal failure in dogs? The inability of the kidneys to remove waste products from the blood is kidney failure. The bodies of animals produce toxins all day, everyday, and the toxins circulate to the kidneys to be dissolved in water, filtered out and excreted through urination. Kidney (renal) failure occurs when a dog’s kidneys are no longer able to remove waste and concentrate urine. The build-up of toxins produces the signs and symptoms of poisoning – called uremic poisoning. Kidney failureRead More
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB_ I VOSD Dog Sanctuary | TEDx

Posted On April 19, 2018By straysadminIn Vet Advice

Are ticks on dogs serious?

Are ticks serious? What should you do to stop them Ticks are very bad news – for any dog –  they often cause tick fever and many times it is fatal. A single tick that has tick fever can create an epidemic in a defined dog population. Causes & symptoms  Ticks are external parasites that feed on the blood of their hosts. The dog keeps scratching as the ticks attach themselves and feed on it’s blood. Identification  To see if there is tick infestation feel the dog’s coat against the grain with your fingers as youRead More
VOSD Tick and Flea protection
Identifying & treating wet eczema / hot spots / acute moist dermatitis Acute moist dermatitis is commonly called wet eczema (we’ll refer to it as wet eczema). It appears as a spontaneous eruption on the skin as a small area that appears red, irritated, and inflamed. It generally appears as a patch but can also be in the form of a stripe running across the torso of the dog. It can occur in any breed but is very common in Golden and Labrador retrievers. It can be found anywhere onRead More
Reporting Puppies |Ricky with Rakesh Shukla VOSD

Posted On February 3, 2018By straysadminIn Rescues

Ricky the rickets survivor & VOSD muscelman

Ricky’s Amazing Transformation Ricky came to VOSD Dog Sanctuary as a thin dog with severe rickets. Look at his transformation now! Didn’t we tell you VOSD is a magical place? 💖 He now has a strong upper body and legs and he is naughty boy who keeps stealing food from all the other dogs! Ricky is given VOSD SuperFood , The only product in India with the goodness of Spirulina and pure egg protein. Suitable for dogs having difficulty in consuming sufficient feed to meet protein requirements to gain muscle – particularly whenRead More
Husna and friends , the snout-less VOSD Dogs

Posted On January 21, 2018By straysadminIn VOSD Blog

Journalists looking for VOSD information

Contact details for Journalists If you are a journalist or a news organisation you can get in touch with VOSD: Beena M / beena  at vosd.in / info@vosd.in Facebook: https://facebook.com/vosd.in / Twitter: @VOSD1 / Web: www.vosd.inRead More

Posted On January 16, 2018By straysadminIn Rescues

TELL US YOUR DOG STORY Entry 2

Tell us your dog story We asked you to tell us your dog story and we heard some really heart touching stories from all of you on our Facebook page. We are featuring those stories here and soon one of these wonderful people and their furry kids would win a Rs.3000 VOSD Dog Care product gift pack! Watch this space. Baisakhi Chatterjee Das shares the story of her rescued babies: “One fine morning my son came running from his study to tell me he can hear a dog crying. I wentRead More