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KCI Article on Rakesh Shukla and VOSD

Posted On August 19, 2017By straysadminIn VOSD in the Media

Indian Kennel Gazette features Rakesh Shukla

Rakesh Shukla and VOSD in the Indian Kennel Gazette Indian Kennel Gazette of the Kennel Club of India (KCI) featured Rakesh Shukla , Founder , The Voice of Stray Dogs (VOSD) in its August 2017 issue. Article by T. Preetham. Check out this article to know more about Rakesh Shukla and VOSD. Our sincere thanks to T. Preetham and Indian Kennel Gazette.  1 2 3Read More
Husna and friends , the snout-less VOSD Dogs

Posted On August 12, 2017By straysadminIn Rescuing a stray/adandoned dog

5 snout-less, happy VOSD dogs

Husna and Friends – Snout-less dogs of VOSD Husna came to the VOSD Dog Sanctuary as a puppy four years ago after a hit-and-run accident smashed her upper jaw leaving her snout-less. Haider came from Raipur, thin as a stick, with the same problem. Tipu Sultan  came to us minus his upper jaw from the street. Yadav came to us, unhappy and undernourished, missing half his upper jaw. Michael came to us as a two-month-old with most of his lower jaw missing from an accident. He’s two years’ old now.Read More
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB_ I VOSD Dog Sanctuary | TEDx

Posted On August 5, 2017By straysadminIn VOSD in the Media

Success, Wisdom & Dogs | TEDx

Rakesh Shukla at TEDx ICT Mumbai, April 2017 Rakesh Shukla a technocrat, pursued his love for his four legged friends by venturing into unchartered territories. He founded The Voice of Stray Dogs (VOSD), a non-profit for rescue and rehabilitation of stray dogs. His fleet has rescued over 7000 dogs. In this TEDx talk, he talks about how he derives inspiration and motivation from his four legged friends and how their grit and determination has driven him to conquer his fears and obstacles. Mr. Rakesh Shukla, a software engineer by profession is the founderRead More
Dogs in Ismal VOSD Publication
Dogs in Islam, as they are in Rabbinic Judaism, are conventionally thought of as ritually impure. This idea taps into a long tradition that considers even the mere sight of a dog during prayer to have the power to nullify a pious Muslim’s supplications. Similar to many other mistakenly viewed aspects of Islamic history, today both most Muslims and non-Muslims think that Islam and dogs don’t mix. There is, however, quite a different unknown strand of thinking about dogs in Islam, a long history of positive interactions between Muslims andRead More
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB I VOSD Dog Sanctuary
The May 2017 issue of the ‘Dogs and Pups’ Magazine featured the VOSD Dog Sanctuary and VOSD’s Founder Rakesh Shukla in an interview. The interview was taken in March 2017. The transcript can be read after the images.             Q: Tell us in brief about your organisation and its inception? I’ve never had a dog growing up but always wanted to have one. 8 yrs. back I got my first dog because by then I had figured that I have the infrastructure to support 1 dog. ByRead More

Posted On April 6, 2017By straysadminIn PatriotDogs

Virat Kohli bats for the VOSD #patriotdogs folks!

Virat Kohli, Indian cricket captain, said, “Help VOSD bring home 100 #PatriotDogs! They spend their lives serving us, it’s time to do something for them.” #PatriotDogs are the thousands of dogs that serve our country in Indian military, paramilitary, police and special forces. More than 100 of these dogs will join the other #PatriotDogs from Kerala, Karnataka, Railway Police and military dogs already in VOSD’s care at the VOSD Dog Sanctuary in Bangalore. The VOSD Dog Sanctuary is unique because it has more than 750 rescued dogs from all overRead More

Posted On March 14, 2017By straysadminIn Cruelty against dogs

Help VOSD bring home 100 #PatriotDogs!

VOSD wants to help 100 #PatriotDogs live a happy retired life in a purpose-built facility at the VOSD Sanctuary. Support us at ket.to/patriotdogs Thousands of dogs serve our country as part of the Indian Army, the Police, the Railway Police Force, CISF, etc. About 1200 serve in just the Army. At VOSD, we call them #PatriotDogs. With VOSD’s deep experience of over 200,000+ treatments, 7,000+ rescues, and 750+ permanent dogs, and world-class medical and technological support, we have been keeping #PatriotDogs discharged by the Karnataka, Kerala, and Railway Police ForcesRead More
Jallikattu Cruelty, VoSD, The Voice of 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” and to “perpetuate tradition” & “showcase rich cultural heritage”. Finally the bulls and the bullocks have won!   In a landmark, historic judgment passed at 10.30 a.m. today (7th May), in petitions and appeals pending before it since the year 2007 and onwards, a bench of the Apex Court ofRead More
Police Action, Stray Dog VoSD,
    For everybody that stands up for animals and Animal Rights, the following two Police Initiatives in February, 2014, have to be taken note of.      In a NUTSHELL :    The Special Commissioner of Police, Law and Order, Delhi Police, has written to all Joint Commissioners of Police, Delhi, and Heads of all Districts, Delhi Police, directing them to ensure that all Officers investigating crimes against animals are familiar with provisions of law relevant for booking crimes against animals and animal protectors, and mention them correctly inRead More
VoSD Pet Dog surrender in Bangalore
  Please read the complete page for limitations and responsibilities. This document refers to The VoSD Pet Owner Surrender Standard Operating Procedure, The VoSD Pet Owner Surrender Form & The VoSD Rescue Standard Operating Procedure Surrendering your pet dog MUST be your last option. VoSD provides this facility, only so that you do NOT abandon the dog. We are interested in the welfare and well-being of the dog. If you have exhausted all other avenues, you can surrender your dog to the VoSD Rescue, SUBJECT TO our calling upon youRead More
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