The clinic at KAS has been the centre for treatment of animals near and far and KAS clinic has always been playing an important role in providing treatment to these animals, come rain or shine.
KAS and DAS Weekly News
It is spring here and the animals are doing great. The work at Kalimpong Animal Shelter is carried out well, from treatment to ample surgeries, spaying and neutering.
Spring is here and our dogs are much better and a little relieved as Canine Parvovirus cases and Distemper are slowly disappearing. With summer approaching, the Shelter dogs hope to enjoy more freely and have their grooming done.
Every day, there are numerous calls for rescues of dogs from different corners in Darjeeling. Sometimes, the team has to travel to far off Tea estates and bring the dog all the way to the Shelter after rescue. There have been several rescues of injured dogs this week.
There are emergency cases to attend to every week at the Clinic. Dogs with broken legs, cuts, wound, and injuries are brought to the KAS clinic and the Shelter team provides first aid and immediate attention to such cases.
The Animal Shelter has been performing its regular activities. The Shelter team has done remarkably this month with over two hundred and fifty spaying and neutering of dogs and over one fifty cats.
A general monthly meeting was called by Manger Mr. Arpan on Monday. The meeting centred around the work activities of KAS and follow ups.
The number of clinical cases has increased at Kalimpong Animal Shelter as the viral disease – canine Parvovirus and Distemper is active.
It has been raining persistently here in the Hills for the last few days. Due to bad weather, more dogs are falling sick.
After the monsoon rain, the weather in Kalimpong is starting to clear a bit. Kalimpong Animal Shelter as usual is steady with its Projects and doing everything they can to serve the animal in and outpatients.