Animal Care on Wheels

by Jivdaya Charitable Trust
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Animal Care on Wheels
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Animal Care on Wheels
Animal Care on Wheels
Animal Care on Wheels
Animal Care on Wheels
Animal Care on Wheels
Animal Care on Wheels
cat treated for dehydration and weakness
cat treated for dehydration and weakness

August is when we get comparatively less rain than July, but it’s still monsoon, so the problems remain the same, and our team remains extremely busy attending calls from all over the city. We have treated many maggot wounds this month due to the post-monsoon climate and many territorial fights during this time. 

Not only dogs, but we have also treated a lot of injured cows through our Animal Care on Wheels.

 

Here is a summary of our work for Aug'22

 

Animal care on wheels

Cases

Cases attended by Ambulance 1- 612

Cases attended by Ambulance 2- 595

Cases attended by Ambulance 3- 589

Total- 1683

New Cases- 1243

Follow Up- 812

Closed Cases- 461

Animals Treated

 Dog- 567

Cat- 98

Cow- 22

Monkey- 1

Goat- 1

 

Thank you for making it all happen.

team treated a dog with maggot wound
team treated a dog with maggot wound
doctors are treating a dog with bloody diarrhea
doctors are treating a dog with bloody diarrhea
dog is treated for leg injury
dog is treated for leg injury
maggot wound from a territorial fight
maggot wound from a territorial fight
maggot wound from a dog bite injury
maggot wound from a dog bite injury
maggot wound from an old injury
maggot wound from an old injury
maggot infested wound
maggot infested wound

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our doctor is checking Boxy's wound
our doctor is checking Boxy's wound

 Boxy was an Alpha dog for his area, but with time and age, boxy became weak, and other dogs attacked Boxy in a territorial fight as it says once, an Alpha is always an Alpha. Boxy finally managed to tame down all those aggressive young dogs and drove them away.

But he severely injured himself from the fight and cornered himself for a few days due to the tremendous pain. After a couple of days, his local owners saw he is not eating properly, and they were getting a weird smell from Boxy. When they checked him, they saw maggots crawling in his wounds. Looking at that sight, they immediately called our treatment van for assistance.

Our team rushed to the location and started the treatment in no time. 

our team started the treatment with local help
our team started the treatment with local help
cleaning process of the wound
cleaning process of the wound
injectable medicines for Boxy
injectable medicines for Boxy
doctor is putting ointment on his wound
doctor is putting ointment on his wound
boxy is released after the treatment
boxy is released after the treatment

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cat with an abscess in left foreleg
cat with an abscess in left foreleg

Rainy days and June & July are the months where we receive innumerable animals and birds due to Seasonal diseases, Viral & Bacterial Infections, and many other injuries like Maggot wounds, Laceration, Fracture, Dog bites, Spinal injuries, etc.

Our team of Vets and Vet assistants gets engrossed in their work, treating them with the needful medication and giving them aid at their best; Jivdaya Charitable Trust being an Animal Welfare Organization, thanks every person who has helped us to serve and save this mute Animals and birds. Our Animal Care on Wheels team did a phenomenal job in July.

Here is a summary of our work for July'22

 

Animal care on wheels

Cases

Cases attended by Ambulance 1-  584

Cases attended by Ambulance 2-  571

Cases attended by Ambulance 3-  528

Total-  1683

New Cases-  994

Follow Up-  652

Closed Cases-  461

Animals Treated

 Dog- 510

Cat- 463

Cow- 34

Donkey- 01

Goat-  04

 

Thank you for making it all happen.

cat with FPL (deadly viral infection)
cat with FPL (deadly viral infection)
dog with maggot wound from a bite
dog with maggot wound from a bite
dog with old age difficulties
dog with old age difficulties
dog with an open wound
dog with an open wound
puss formation in the left leg of a dog
puss formation in the left leg of a dog
dog with a fracture on the right leg
dog with a fracture on the right leg
dog with severe tick fever
dog with severe tick fever
dog with maggot wound
dog with maggot wound

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Our Treatment Van reached the location for Mithoo
Our Treatment Van reached the location for Mithoo

This is the year's season when dogs migrate from one area to another for mating, and most territorial fights occur during this time.

Mithoo is an aged dog who stays in a parking lot where his local owners take care of him regularly. A few days back, Mithoo was attacked by a pack of dogs from a different area and had a nasty dog bite. Due to his age, Mithoo could not fight back well, but thankfully, one of his local owners was present on the spot and saved him.

For the next two days, Muthoo was underground because of his pain and did not come out for food. On the 4th day, the resident called our ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ team for his treatment. When our team checked his wound, they found maggots inside and immediately started treating him, as sometimes, maggot wounds could be life-threatening if untreated.

Our doctor said there is nothing to worry about as the team will come for a follow-up treatment in the next 5 to 7 days. We hope Mithoo will recover rapidly and return to his regular activities.

 

Thank you, friends, for strengthening us with your love and support. We can only save many lives like Mithoo with your help. Thank you once again for being such amazing souls.

Mithoo was hiding with pain in a parking lot
Mithoo was hiding with pain in a parking lot
Mithoo was unable to move due to the injury
Mithoo was unable to move due to the injury
Doctor & team started cleaning his wound
Doctor & team started cleaning his wound
Deep Dog Bite wound
Deep Dog Bite wound
Treatment on progress
Treatment on progress
Injectable medications are given
Injectable medications are given
Mithoo was released after the treatment
Mithoo was released after the treatment

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deworming the cat who was off feeding
deworming the cat who was off feeding

 

Monsoon is a season when we receive many calls for injured and diseased strays. They often fall sick without proper shelter, food, and clean drinking water. Many of them become victims of road accidents due to heavy rainfall. Our animal care on wheels team tries to attend every call and reach every patient. For the last two months, we could not run all three mobile vans due to the unavailability of new vans, but finally, we have started operating all our treatment vans with the help and support of our donors. We convey our warm regards to our patrons and a lot of love for their continuous support.

 

Here is a summary of our work for June

 

Animal care on wheels

Cases

Cases attended by Ambulance 1

506

Cases attended by Ambulance 2

586

Cases attended by Ambulance 3

187

Total- 1279

New Cases- 818

Follow Up - 508

Closed Cases- 372

Animals Treated

 Dog- 429

Cat- 377

Cow - 08

Horse-  01

Goat - 04

 

Thank you for making it all happen.

dog with an eye infection
dog with an eye infection
dog was suffering from canine Distemper
dog was suffering from canine Distemper
Open wound in the dog
Open wound in the dog
Paw injury
Paw injury
dog was having a swelled  face
dog was having a swelled face

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Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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