Kindly, your help.

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Kindly, your help.

Postby muni » Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:08 am

Many street dogs are running around with pain, skin deseases in India/Nepal.... Now in the capital of Sikkim few dogs have skin desease. (Mycosis) They lose hair, skin is very itching. Winter is coming and nights are already cold. One small white dog on Mahatma Ghandi Marg (Gangtok) is strongly damaged, is weakening and half naked. Another bigger white-black one has the desease as well. It is very contageous and spreading.

If you know organisations ( veterinary) who can help with anti mycosis products or contact some honest responsable people right now on place who want to help directly (using product on the dogs they are not agressive at all but you need to be with two persons, one who takes the dog and one who apply product).

ps: There is no any rabbies in Gangtok! :thanks:

From the core of being, thank you for loving kindness brothers and sisters in India/Nepal and everywhere. :heart:

:namaste:
Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
(Mark Twain)
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Re: Kindly, your help.

Postby greentara » Mon Nov 05, 2012 8:46 am

Muni, Vets Beyond Borders and the Animal Welfare Board of India pioneered the training programs in 2009. This is the first time that the Australian government, through its aid agency AusAID, is funding the program.

Vets Beyond Borders has been working with the Government of Sikkim since 2005 on a state-wide rabies prevention program. Dr Catherine Schuetze, executive drector, Vets Beyond Borders India, said in an email that the training and prevention program had been extremely successful. There had been no human rabies deaths in Sikkim since 2008 and no animal rabies cases since 2010.

VetTrain 2012 plans to provide training to around 600 animal health professionals from all across India till April 2013 in collaboration with the Animal Welfare Board of India, gradually transferring capacity building skills and expertise to Indian public sector personnel.

I hope this helps in some way.
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Re: Kindly, your help.

Postby muni » Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:15 am

greentara wrote:Muni, Vets Beyond Borders and the Animal Welfare Board of India pioneered the training programs in 2009. This is the first time that the Australian government, through its aid agency AusAID, is funding the program.

Vets Beyond Borders has been working with the Government of Sikkim since 2005 on a state-wide rabies prevention program. Dr Catherine Schuetze, executive drector, Vets Beyond Borders India, said in an email that the training and prevention program had been extremely successful. There had been no human rabies deaths in Sikkim since 2008 and no animal rabies cases since 2010.

VetTrain 2012 plans to provide training to around 600 animal health professionals from all across India till April 2013 in collaboration with the Animal Welfare Board of India, gradually transferring capacity building skills and expertise to Indian public sector personnel.

I hope this helps in some way.


Yes indeed, your help is very much appreciate Greentara! :smile: http://www.vetsbeyondborders.org/our-pr ... mme-sarah/

Many thanks to you and many thanks to the vetsbeyondborders! :thanks: :anjali:
Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
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