16th January 2017

We successfully rehomed this gentle GR Dog who’s a mobile maniac and loves soft music.

PAWS Adoption:We successfully rehomed this gentle GR Dog who's a mobile maniac and loves soft music.She's Ivy, abandoned on the road for a skin disease that had caused all her fur to disappear. She was rescued several months back by a medical student who kept her in his college hostel and cured her with long therapy. When he asked for PAWS help in adoption, we searched a lot and found a family at Bagnan, Dist. Howrah who were ready to adopt her along with three Indie PAWS puppies.Picture taken at her new home.

Posted by Pashupati Animal Welfare Society-PAWS on Sunday, January 15, 2017

She’s Ivy, abandoned on the road for a skin disease that had caused all her fur to disappear. She was rescued several months back by a medical student who kept her in his college hostel and cured her with long therapy. When he asked for PAWS help in adoption, we searched a lot and found a family at Bagnan, Dist. Howrah who were ready to adopt her along with three Indie PAWS puppies.

Picture taken at her new home.

7 thoughts on “16th January 2017”

    • Hello,
      If you’ve seen our works displayed on our website, you’ll know we are not breeders or sellers of dogs and we do not have a gallery or showcase. If you’re looking for a breed dog, they come to us ONLY when abandoned by your ‘humans’ or put up for adoption. Surely you’ll not wish more dogs to come to us that way. Please keep your eyes on our FB page and PAWS Community Group on FB to see adoption alerts for abandoned breed dogs. And mind you, puppies are NOT abandoned, because so called pet lovers want to play with them. They abandon them when their games are over.

      We however suggest that you go for a Desi Dog this time and have an experience that you’ll cherish life long. We have plenty of highly domesticated and adoptable Indian dogs and puppies whose mothers have been KILLED by ‘humans’ or they have been handicapped due to human torture. They are perfectly capable of living well with their handicap, but live where? A shelter is not for lifetime. They die in captivity after a few months or years. At homes, they flourish and grow long furs like foreign dogs. But unlike foreign dogs, they do not usually need a doctor.

      Would you not like to earn some blessings by adopting one or two of those?

      Indians are most adapted to our climate. Before you choose your Breed Dog, please first choose the genetic diseases you would prefer to treat through the life time of the dog. Indian dogs have only ONE disease. Hunger for food and love. Little less food and more of love will also do.

      Be Indian, Bark Indian…
      Kennel Club of Indians
      https://www.facebook.com/groups/268815870156651/

      And the FB page of my dogs who are appreciated by people across the world from 13 countries.
      Bhulo Dutt page
      https://m.facebook.com/duttapbhulo

      Come and join my club, the club of proud Indian, the club where John Abraham, Raveena Tandon, Priyanka Chopra, Debasri Roy, Anju Mahendru, MS Dhoni and Rahul Gandhi are member.

      With Best Regards,

      Prasenjit Dutta, [Mob. 9830793993; Whatsapp 9007493288]
      –Honorary Animal Welfare Officer,
      Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change–Animal Welfare Board of India

  1. I want to adopt a dog. I already have a desi dog at my place and and I want to get another dog. Please let me know if there is any chances of me getting a dog for adoption, from your end. Thank you.

    • That’s fine. We have rescued desi dogs. You can adopt by contacting us by whatsapp ONLY at 9007493288. If you are looking for foreign dogs, then you must wait until the next dog gets abandoned in a very sick condition by a cruel owner and if we are able to rescue it. That’s the hard truth and we speak nothing but the truth.

  2. I pamela wish to join this programme for taking care of dogs and also interested ln adoption. I live in konnagar hooghly please send yourphone number.

    • That’s very welcome proposal. First please become our member by clicking on the membership button on our website and filling in the online form.

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