The start of this campaign was with a different vision.
it was raining and I saw the stray dogs outside of my house, shivering and crouching in front of cold and wetness trying to hide in any little available dry space.
it was evident that they needed shelter but over time I realized hunger is the bigger problem.
Food is scarce for the overpopulated crowd of stray dogs.
no animal deserves to be hungry and they were not supposed to.
we drove them to this state by not being socially responsible.
well, the plan is simple, feeding every dog is imaginary and impossible, so the next best solution is to control the population so that the available food is not overly distributed.
having a dog neutered costs 2500 when done at a government hospital (pv narsimha veterinary hospital)
CBP test: complete blood picture
deworming (which is done before the date of the surgery)
vaccinations(DHPP, Rabies, Canine Influenza, )
now that controlling the population is in place we need to focus on food
found a solution for that as well.
as the dogs in the neighbourhood are neutered, that means they are quite friendly. in simple terms, they are adult puppies.
it has been very easy to convince residents of a colony to just feed their neighbour dog with leftovers.
they aren't populating
they are friendly and faithful
they are harmless and vaccinated.
to encourage people for providing leftovers, we are giving
a collar belt and a leash, a sample size pedigree dog food