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Humane Society International/India launches street dog spay and neuter training programme

To celebrate World Veterinary Day, Humane Society International/India launches an innovative street dog spay and neuter training program to equip veterinary professionals, animal welfare organizations, and relevant government agencies with essential skills to improve the well-being of street dogs. The initiative seeks to address critical challenges in caring for and managing street dogs by improving spay and neuter practices and aligning them with the Animal Welfare Board of India’s 2023 Animal Birth Control Rules.
The multifaceted curriculum covers a range of topics, including street dog survey methodologies, low-stress dog handling, catching techniques, GPS tagging procedures, kennel management protocols, clinic protocols and hands-on spay and neuter surgical training.
The organization launched the program by training nearly 30 vets, paravets and animal care officers ahead of World Veterinary Day at Jivdaya Charitable Trust in Ahmedabad.
“Veterinarians play a pivotal role in shaping the future of animal welfare, and we are thrilled to announce this groundbreaking program on World Veterinary Day,” said Dr. Sanjay Ahir, Senior Manager, Veterinary Training and Capacity Building Program at Humane Society International/India. “At its core, this initiative is about empowering veterinarians and organizations to become champions for street dog welfare and ultimately reduce conflict between street dogs and people. We hope to create a pool of next generation veterinarians and individuals who will further the movement of animal protection,” he added.



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