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JBF conducted Free Animal Birth Control Programme for Homeless and Homed Local dogs at Guwahati, Assam, India.

24th, January ‘08, Guwahati: JBF(INDIA) has successfully completed its first phase of Free   Animal Birth Control Programme for Homeless and Homed Local dogs at JBF Animal Relief Centre, 4-Chandan Nagar, Survey, Beltola, Guwahati, Assam, India, as a part of it’s animal welfare activities. JBF team captured many homeless dogs and conscious keepers of local dogs also brought their local pets to the centre and got operated. Total    11 dogs have been operated between 11.00hrs to 15.00hrs out of which 6 were male and   5 were female. Operations were carried out by renowned Delhi based Veterinary Surgeon Dr. Sanjib Kakoty accompanied by Dr’s S. Ali, Bitupona, Jolly & assistants Debojit, Mridul, Ratul and Manoj, the JBF Team.

According to Dr. Smriti, the Coordinator of the programme & also the Hony. Animal Welfare Officer, AWBI, Ministry of Environment and Forest, “JBF has taken many steps as part of animal welfare activities. Animal Birth Control Programme for dogs is one of those and JBF has received remarkable response and could motivate people to some extent. This is how JBF is trying to promote the idea of adoption of local dogs instead of killing them. Sterilization promotes their welfare by not killing them cruelly, prevents maltreatment in the form of cruelty, abuse, the unwanted puppies that becomes the part of the homeless population, improves the health of individual dogs and also have behavioural benefits like aggressiveness and reduce roaming. These all will ultimately significantly affect human health by reducing disease like rabies etc.”

 Dr. Sashanka, Managing Trustee of JBF(INDIA) wishes  that if authorities come forward and take some steps in this regard, we can be more successful and do more welfare of animals as well as human.

Dr. Sashanka
Managing Trustee

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