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‘SAVE’ organizes animal rights workshops – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, 20 March: Save Animals Value Environment (SAVE) society has held week-long workshops in Samba and Udhampur districts to vaccinate stray dogs against rabies and raise awareness of animal rights and peaceful coexistence between humans and street animals.
These workshops were organized in collaboration with the Society—Help in Suffering Jaipur, which has successfully run the ABC/ARV program in Jaipur since 1994.
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), District Samba and Udhampur has commended SAVE’s efforts to raise awareness on the importance of neutering stray animals as well as pets for a healthy and safe existence in the society.
Deputy Commissioner Udhampur, Indu Kanwal Chib and Deputy Commissioner Samba, Anuradha Gupta provided all possible support to ensure the success of the workshop and SPCA volunteers worked alongside the SAVE and Help in Suffering teams. teaching how to safely handle dogs, their care and post-operative procedures. until the dogs are safely transferred to their respective areas from which they were chosen.
Many pet owners from remote countries like Chenani, Katra, Bari Brahmna and Hiranagar have purchased their pets for free sterilization and rabies vaccinations at these workshops.
SAVE Chairman, Devinder Kaur Madaan and Dr. Sanjay Singh from ‘Help in Suffering Jaipur’ also spoke on the occasion.

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