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Nepal Animal Welfare and Research center (NAWRC)

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Dec

Kavrepalanchok DPM and Rabies ControlProgram

Kavrepalanchok - Dog Population Management (DPM) and Rabies Eradication Program

Dog Population Management (DPM)

World Health Organization (WHO) has listed Nepal as the highly potential risky nation for Rabies Transmission. Dog Population Management have been very recently practiced in Nepal. Authorities used to poison the dogs for controlling its population. Many organizations are established for DPM in capital city Kathmandu, but very few organization take action and operate in DPM. Street Dogs are the main causes of noise pollution, fecal contamination, road accidents and dog bites. Unmanaged garbages and availability of habitat are the main causes of growth in street dog population.

With reference to our sample census, using anroid mobile application which track GPS location of the dog counted in the survey, there are 5 dogs per 100 people in Kavrepalanchok District. The male and female ratio is 60:40 respectively. It gives us the clear estimation of 19,500 street dogs in Kavrepalanchowk District. We will start with for 20 first, then 100 and continue till we spay/neuter the whole population. These dogs are never vaccinated and medically treated as there is no organization working for them except NAWRC. There are various cases of dogs attacking small children, students and abandoned calves observed and noticed from public information. Over population of Street Dogs are causing human harms on them, as people throw acids, hot water and sharp weapons on dogs when they come closer. Authorities receive public pressures on dog population management and there is risk of poisoning or shifting dogs to other locations/jungle areas for getting rid of the problems.

We are trying to bring municipalities and District Livestock Service Office (DLSO) in practicing the DPM in Kavre. We are doing the Catch-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release (CNVR) Program to control unnecessary breeding of street dogs and help reduce their suffering in street.

For sapying a dog, we need $25 for each surgery. Our wish list for the support is available nawrc_bnp_cnvr-budgt.pdf Please, check the list and help us get the things. Your Donation of supplies or money value will make us continue this program and save thousands of street dogs in need.


Fig 1. Sample Survey Area / Banepa Municipality Ward no 1


Fig 2. Sample Survey Report in Google Fusion Table by using Anroid Mobile App.


Fig 3. CNVR Campaign for DPM in world heritage PASUPATINATH.


Fig 4. Pre Surgery Check Ups and Preparations.


Fig 5. Our veterinarian assisiting the surgery with Dr B.C Jha from Advance Pet Hospital in PADT Campaign.


Fig 6. Our Surgeon performing the surgery in PADT Campaign.

RABIES OUTBREAK ALERT THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT!

Since NAWRC started its Catch-Neuter-Vaccinate-Monitor-Release (CNVMR) and Mass Anti-Rabies Vaccination Program in differernt parts of the district, the evidences of Rabid cases has been noticed to be increased rapidly. It shows that whole district is under high risk of Rabies. We are trying our best to get funds to extend our program in larger volume and more result oriented Approaches. Since we started the program, 9 cases of Rabies infection are noticed and all of them are originated from DOG BITE. It shows that the free roaming dogs population in this district are host of Rabies and have high risk to our school children, who walk closer with dogs never vaccinated.

Some Pictures of Rabies Alert in the District!


Fig. 7. Pakucha Village, Dhulikhel Municipality, Ward No. 1, Kavrepalanchok District (epicenter of catastrophic earthquake 2015); Village where Rabies seen in two water fuffalloes and two goats. Peoples are recovering themselves from the damages of Earthquake with magnitude 8.

Fig. 8. A proof showing Rabies Positive in case recorded and sample of Rabied Case in KAVREPALANCHOK District. It was published by central veterinary labaratory on 9th February, 2017. After this report, three cases has been recorded in the district.

Fig. 9. A Pregnant Mother Buffallo, that was bitten by Rabid Dog and now have symptoms of Rabies. Vaccines are given, but very less hope for her survival. The owner, who had his property destroyed by the Earthquake 2 years back, is in grief of loosing his four livestock property now. These cattle were bitten by a Rabid dog on 9th March, 2017, who attcked two local peoples too and died on 12th March, 2017.

Fig. 10. Amoung 4 of the bitten cattle, this is second young Buffalo. She has started shaking her head frequently, started chewing hard woods around, foaming the mouth and stopped drinking and eating now.

Fig. 11. Another Goat, suspected Rabid case amoung four. Lack of awareness, these Rabid animals are kept together with other animals and given water, fodder in same pots. Children keep touching them. But now NAWRC adviced them to keep the Rabid suspected cases away from direct access to children and other healthy animals.

You Can now watch the procedures, success and all information in YouTube Video. To Watch CLICK HERE!

You can Download the same file in PDF File Format. banepa-dpm.pdf

We help street dogs with your support. We are nothing without it! Support our mission to help many street dogs and animals from being abused, mal-treated, multilated, terrified, attacked and suffer unnecessarily. Its an EMERGENCY SITUATION in whole DISTRICT. We need to conduct Mass Volume Result Oriented Program, which needs your Supports! Donate us HERE!

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Figure 7. Our Team in catching the dogs in Banepa Municipality.


Fig. 8. Post Operation Recovery in Dog Operated First Day of Banepa CNVR Campaign.


Fig 9. Spayed Female Dog having rest.


Fig 10. Ear notching in dog to identify the dogs spayed and prevent repeating surgery errors.

TO VISIT THE PROGRAM'S PHOTO ALBUM CLICK HERE!

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