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Posted On October 21, 2017By straysadminIn Media

VOSD Media kit

If you are a journalist or a news organisation you can get in touch with VOSD: Sangeeta Velegar (Bangalore) / sangeeta@vosd.in Beena Malikaveetil (Pune) / beena@vosd.in Email: info@strays.in Facebook: https://facebook.com/strays.in Twitter: @VOSD1 Web: www.vosd.inRead More
KCI Article on Rakesh Shukla and VOSD

Posted On August 19, 2017By straysadminIn Media

Indian Kennel Gazette features Rakesh Shukla, VOSD Founder

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
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB_ I VOSD Dog Sanctuary | TEDx

Posted On August 5, 2017By straysadminIn Media

Success, Wisdom & Dogs | TEDx talk of Rakesh Shukla

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
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 17, 2017By straysadminIn Media

Fighting like a dog: The TEDx talk of Rakesh Shukla

(Edit note: 17 April ’17. This is the unaltered text of the TEDx talk of Rakesh Shukla at TEDx ICT Mumbai 2017. This accompanying video is illustrative. The official TEDx video will be available here when released. There was no teleprompter so the actual spoken word will vary.)   Living with 750, I learnt to fight like a dog to survive A few days ago, I received an invitation to speak at ICT Mumbau. After all, I am the dog-man (I like it much better than the unoriginal and punnyRead More
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB I VOSD Dog Sanctuary
In yet another world first –  The Voice of Stray Dogs  released a new Android App. The app is officially released as Release ChammC Corp 1.0. This one brings all the power of the VoSD CRM 3.0 to the hands on the VoSD Rescue team and field staff! The app requires authentication and can’t be used by a non-VoSD CRM User if installed on their phones. This is the 2nd VoSD Android App. The first called ChammC v1.0 is already available on the Android Store. ChammC 1.0 is meant for the generalRead More
Rakesh Shukla I Founder VOSD & TWB I VOSD Dog Sanctuary
VoSD registered rescuer program: Registration for Bangalore Dog Rescuers wanting to transport their (own) rescues to VoSD Loading…Read More
The VoSD Stray Dog Rescue, Release ChammC Version 1.0
The worlds first app for stray dog rescue “The VoSD Stray Dog Rescue App (Release ChammC version 1.0)” is released on the Google Play Store. The VoSD Stray Dog Rescue App integrates with the world’s most sophisticated rescue response system – The VoSD Rescue CRM v3.0.  “The VoSD Stray Dog Rescue App (Release ChammC version 1.0)” can be downloaded from the Google Play Store hereThrough the app users can request for rescue of stray dogs in Bangalore. The VoSD Stray Dog Rescue App (Release ChammC v1.0) allows users to: GenerateRead More
Parvo | VOSD Blog
Every day we get about 10-15 people writing in with one request – can VoSD open in their city? But we can’t! Because of these limitations: The iron discipline that is required (systems processes and people) The scale of the operation with over 2400 rescues in 21 months, 350+ permanent residents and a stated no-refusal policy for even the most expensive treatement, and Because there is so much to be done in Bangalore it will take us another couple of years to get to a point where we can get helpRead More