PAWS Adoption

How it works

The service charge of ₹1,000 mentioned is minimum amount and will vary as per the condition of the dog.

What will PAWS do to earn this Service Charge?

1) PAWS will make the animal medically fit and emotionally stable.
2) Make hundreds of phone calls for coordination.
3) Make visits to adopter’s houses to do house checks.
3) Deliver the Dog to the adopter’s house upon receipt of the payment mentioned.
4) What remains will go to feed our shelter dogs who are leading crippled lives.

That charge is just to maintain your interest in the Dog because you’ve spent on it. There’s no free lunch in the world. Anything that comes free is treated as dirt. And hence the fee.

Lastly, the adopter has to sign an Adoption Declaration Form to make sure he/ she does not abuse the Dog.

Important Notes:
1) No Adoption Charge for Desi dogs.
2) The person who adopts a Desi Dog along with a foreign breed dog gets an extra bonus. He/ She gets one year’s vaccinations free for both the dogs & NO ADOPTION Charge for either Dog.

PAWS Adoption Instances

We admitted the poor puppy while struggling for space and funds. Dog lovers of Kolkata, please go all out to adopt Indian puppies to save them from extinction.

#CaseNo676, 26.02.20: Haldiram Junction, Baguiati, male White Bengal Terrier of 3 months named as 'Candle', spine broken and urine retention in bladder, admitted in very critical condition.

Critical update, 28.02.2020:
His condition is not good at all and we don't see any future. Medicines ongoing as per doctor's prescription, but even he couldn't give us hope.

Mentor: Chaitali Bengani who cares for so many stray dogs in the area.

Donation received: ₹1,300 only as against what is required.

Estimated expenses:
₹1,800 per month, because he's never going to leave the shelter in his life.

Kind donors are requested to contribute and please help PAWS to maintain the quality of care that costs us ₹96,000 per month and so that dogs whose mentors can't pay can also be treated.

Donation to PAWS can be done in 4 ways:

ONE: (From Worldwide through NRE/ NRO accounts of donors or through resident accounts of their friends/ relatives)

A/C Name: Pashupati Animal Welfare Society
A/c .no- 35646300954
Current Account
SBI Dum Dum Branch,
5/1, Jessore Rd, DumDum, Kolkata 700 080
IFSC SBIN0002054

TWO: (Only in India)
By paying through PayTM to account linked Mobile Number -7003692051

THREE: (Only in India)
Paytm Bank Account:
Prasenjit Dutta
Account No. 917003692051
IFSC Code PYTM0123456

FOUR:
Bhim UPI 7003692051@paytm

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#ngoshelters
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26.02.2020:
বারাসত ডাকবাংলোর আগে রথতলার ঘটনা।
আনন্দবাজারের পাতা থেকে।

পশুকে চাপা দিতে দিতে এখানে নেমেছে মানুষ। পরে যাওয়া মোটর সাইকেল আরোহীর উপর দিয়ে 50 টা গাড়ী চলেছে!
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Night Life at PAWS: 27.02.2020.

Chandan Kaka, the Cheeky Chandan was playing 'Kamala Sundari' on New Year's Eve with our Supervisor Dog Dr. Hriday whose leg was broken by a learned doctor.

Tonight also he's the star performer.

Other performers:
1) Pagla Raju,
2) Capt. Lalu who got himself into the shelter by biting none lesser than a ship's captain.
3) Havildar Tiger who used to sit outside the shelter gate like a chowkidar. He's recently turned into a politician when his deep brown tiger stripes disappeared all of a sudden.

Video credits: Manik Bala
Direction: Ananta Adhikari (Auto correct turned him into Shikari in video captions).

Do you really want to go to Park Street? Isn't the night life at PAWS good enough? Invest in PAWS pay the salaries and feed the dogs, watch the shows each month.

Previous Bash, New Year's Eve:
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We are struggling for space and funds. Still, this puppy had to be admitted or else death on the road awaited him. 8 paralyzed/ handicapped puppies jamming the shelter.

#caseno677, 27.02.20: Sodepur, Kalyani Expressway, male Marwari Sheep Dog puppy of 3 months named as 'Expi', pelvis broken, rear right leg broken and urine retention in bladder, admitted in moderately critical condition.

Mentor: No mentor. Random rescue by Rupali Lodh of Sodepur who arranges treatment for several dogs along 15+ km of BT Road.

PAWS has daily OPD doctor who checked the puppy immediately upon admission and the outlook is not very good. But the positive side is, he's eating well because of the care that he received at Rupali's friend's house for 24 hrs after having been on the roadside without food for 2 full days. This beautiful and rare puppy has his life ruined and we don't know if he'll ever leave the shelter.

Donation received till now:
1) ₹5,000 by Saurav Mukherjee.
2) ₹500 by Priyanka Das.
3) ₹500 by Shilpa Dey.
Total ₹6,000.

Estimated expenses:
₹1,800 per month, because he's probably never going to leave the shelter in his life.

Kind donors are requested to contribute and please help PAWS to maintain the quality of care that costs us ₹96,000 per month and so that dogs whose mentors can't pay can also be treated.

Donation to PAWS can be done in 4 ways:

ONE: (From Worldwide through NRE/ NRO accounts of donors or through resident accounts of their friends/ relatives)

A/C Name: Pashupati Animal Welfare Society
A/c .no- 35646300954
Current Account
SBI Dum Dum Branch,
5/1, Jessore Rd, DumDum, Kolkata 700 080
IFSC SBIN0002054

TWO: (Only in India)
By paying through PayTM to account linked Mobile Number -7003692051

THREE: (Only in India)
Paytm Bank Account:
Prasenjit Dutta
Account No. 917003692051
IFSC Code PYTM0123456

FOUR:
Bhim UPI 7003692051@paytm

Original Post calling for help:
www.facebook.com/1490798644550799/posts/2333973110233344/

#fightcruelty
#criticaldogcare
#ngoshelters
#animaltreatment #maggotwound
#PashupatiAnimalWelfare
#AdoptPassively
#adoptseniordog
#SafeDriveSaveLife
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Sudden and heavy rain at half past midnight. New tarpaulin sheets of last year leaking profusely.

₹45,000 required to overlay them with GI sheets on 1,500 sft of shed roofs.

There could be a lot of satisfaction in sending dogs to PAWS, but see how workers have to wake up suddenly and rush to save the poor dogs who just don't know what to do.

Imagine how to deal with 63 dogs at midnight, with 20 of them in zones that suddenly started to leak.

Donation to PAWS can be done in 4 ways:

ONE: (From Worldwide through NRE/ NRO accounts of donors or through resident accounts of their friends/ relatives)

A/C Name: Pashupati Animal Welfare Society
A/c .no- 35646300954
Current Account
SBI Dum Dum Branch,
5/1, Jessore Rd, DumDum, Kolkata 700 080
IFSC SBIN0002054

TWO: (Only in India)
By paying through PayTM to account linked Mobile Number -7003692051

THREE: (Only in India)
Paytm Bank Account:
Prasenjit Dutta
Account No. 917003692051
IFSC Code PYTM0123456

FOUR:
Bhim UPI 7003692051@paytm
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PAWS is like a concentration camp. Punishment for stealing food is very cruel. All who steal get chained together.

There's no preferential treatment to Supervisor Dog Hriday and his colleague Tiger the pet dog who was born with tiger stripes but changed colour like a politician as he grew up to 6 months.
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We are struggling for space and funds. Still, this puppy had to be admitted or else death on the road awaited him. They will keep on dying because dog lovers want 'Phoren'.

#caseno676, 26.02.20: Haldiram Junction, Baguiati, male White Bengal Terrier of 3 months named as 'Candle', spine broken and urine retention in bladder, admitted in very critical condition.

Mentor: Chaitali Bengani who cares for so many stray dogs in the area.

Donation received: ₹1,300 only as against what is required.

Estimated expenses:
₹1,800 per month, because he's never going to leave the shelter in his life.

Kind donors are requested to contribute and please help PAWS to maintain the quality of care that costs us ₹96,000 per month and so that dogs whose mentors can't pay can also be treated.

Donation to PAWS can be done in 4 ways:

ONE: (From Worldwide through NRE/ NRO accounts of donors or through resident accounts of their friends/ relatives)

A/C Name: Pashupati Animal Welfare Society
A/c .no- 35646300954
Current Account
SBI Dum Dum Branch,
5/1, Jessore Rd, DumDum, Kolkata 700 080
IFSC SBIN0002054

TWO: (Only in India)
By paying through PayTM to account linked Mobile Number -7003692051

THREE: (Only in India)
Paytm Bank Account:
Prasenjit Dutta
Account No. 917003692051
IFSC Code PYTM0123456

FOUR:
Bhim UPI 7003692051@paytm

#fightcruelty
#criticaldogcare
#ngoshelters
#animaltreatment #maggotwound
#PashupatiAnimalWelfare
#AdoptPassively
#adoptseniordog
#SafeDriveSaveLife
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See how PAWS reserves run out for cases such as these.

PAWS Case Review Post Release:
#CaseNo599, 01/08/19, Gorachand Road, Park Circus, Kolkata, Pariah mixed female dog of 7-8 yrs age named 'Lengri', sent to Lovencare for Animals shelter with severely crushed paw and on the verge of necrosis setting in.

Review update, 26.02.20:

The dog was successfully released on 30/08/19 with the rotting paw restored and with all the functionality returned back completely as the dog is able to run about. This is why PAWS trusts Lovencare for Animals for taking the best possible care.

Case of poor Nepali Durwan of an virtually abandoned house. As the location was not accessible to PAWS on the day of injury, we had requested Lovencare to pick-up.

Videos of the case visible at the Previous Post link at the bottom.
Video 1: A day after pickup by Lovencare after initial dressing was done.
Video 2: Happy Release.

Actual expense: ₹2,750 paid to Lovencare for Animals. Receipt attached in Previous Post.

Donation received: Nothing at all, as the poor Durwan can't pay. He only feeds the 5 dogs residing in that small campus visible in video.

Public requested to help to reduce the load on PAWS for cases where there's no mentor or mentor cannot pay.

Donation to PAWS can be done in 3 ways:

ONE:
A/C Name: Pashupati Animal Welfare Society
A/c .no- 35646300954
Current Account
SBI Dum Dum Branch
IFSC SBIN0002054

TWO: (Only in India)
By paying through PayTM to account linked Mobile Number -7003692051

THREE:
Paytm Bank Account:
Prasenjit Dutta
Account No. 917003692051
IFSC Code PYTM0123456

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We're posting this with helplessness. We must also cry out, "Please, someone help".

[26/02, 10:46 am] Sodepur Rupali‪ Lodh: Kal accident a pechoner paa venge ulte royeche,, titagarh er odike kalyani high way te pore ache help korar keu nei , konovabe ok help korun sir, Kal theke na kheye pore ache busy road.

[26/02, 11:14 am] Prasenjit Dutta: No space.

SHELTER IS FULL. Our appeals to fund our expansions have fallen on deaf ears. Our present running cost is ₹96,000 per month. Donation received in February is only ₹65,000! ₹1 lac to be spent in building the body of the ambulance truck donated by Mrs. Gandhi. We just don't have enough money to run the shelter also.

Animal Lovers, please help the animals. Please open your own shelters.
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Do you want breeders to continue torturing dogs? Do you want to continue weeping and abusing on FB?

No? Do you think NGOs are the ones who can take action and not you? Wrong.

It's you who knows your local breeders. If you don't report, nobody else can or will, because they are all underground.

Now read what Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Hon. MP and Chairperson of PFA has written.

Regulating Dog Breeding:

For years, dog breeders have been working outside the law. They breed foreign dogs in filthy conditions, mate brother to sister, father to daughter, bring hundreds of sickly diseased puppies with uncertain tempers into the world, sell them to people who buy status rather than the dog and make everyone’s life miserable for years. 95% of the thousands of dog bites in India, according to government statistics, are from owned pedigreed dogs.

Many are abandoned when they prove to be too temperamental, or too hard to look after, and they die in agonising circumstances- starving, being run over or bitten to death by street dogs. Many of them are sold with distemper or parvo virus, but since the entire trade is in black, the buyer cannot return the dog or demand a refund.

Dog breeding is a business that runs into crores of rupees. Not one paisa comes to the government as it was unregulated until now. The Kennel Club exists to promote breeders and they break every rule themselves. The Government of India, five years ago, banned people from buying and bringing dogs into the country. Even now, the odd customs officer will take a bribe – specially from people coming in from Russia and Uzbekistan – and allow the dog in the duty-free bag through. The dogs coming in through this route are mainly bully dogs who are taken to Punjab where they are made to fight in private farmhouses in front of drunken rich louts who bet on them. They win, they live. They lose, they are shot.

On 23rd May 2017 the Government of India finally brought in a notification regulating the breeding and sale of dogs. Here are the main elements of the Dog Breeding and Marketing Rules 2017. A breeder is anyone who owns dogs of specific breeds for the purpose of breeding and sale. Carriers/ transporters, people who own boarding houses and people who sell dogs as a business having obtained them from breeders, are also under this Act. So are people who advertise dogs for sale: newspapers, online channels like OLX – they can’t do it any more unless the dog breeder is registered with the Government of India.

No breeder shall carry on any breeding activity or own or house dogs for breeding and sale unless the breeder has obtained a certificate of registration from the State Animal Welfare Board. Every breeder shall prominently display the certificate of registration in the establishment. Every breeder shall keep his establishment open for inspection by a person authorised by the State Board. The State Board will only issue a registration after inspection of the available space, facilities and manpower in the establishment. They will also fix the maximum holding capacity for each dog breeding establishment.

A certificate of registration shall be valid for a period of two years. Inspections will be done yearly. If there is any complaint, the State Board may have the breeder’s establishment inspected at any time to see whether the rules are being complied with. If the State Board finds these rules are contravened it will revoke the breeder’s registration. Pups less than eight weeks in age cannot be sold. Dogs over six months in age cannot be sold without being sterilized, unless they are being sold to another licensed breeder. Only healthy dogs, who have been vaccinated, can be sold. Each pup sold is to be micro-chipped and a complete record of treatment and vaccination maintained. A receipt for sale is to be provided to each purchaser and a copy kept with the micro-chip number of the pup sold and name, address and phone number of the purchaser. The breeder shall give the buyer details of feeding, dates of inoculations and de-worming of the pup and the name and address of the vet attending to it.

No breeder shall sell a dog to a pet shop operating without a licence. No pups are to be displayed in public places for the purpose of immediate sale. Every breeder shall maintain records of all animals housed in the establishment, including dogs for breeding and dogs for sale. Details include breed, name and number, micro-chip number, sex, colour and markings, date of birth, names and microchip numbers of father and mother, name of breeder from whom acquired, date of acquisition, date and place of mating, number of pups whelped, by sex colour and markings, date of sale, death or rehabilitation of each pup, name and address of purchaser, cause of death as determined by a vet and post mortem report of each dog that dies in the establishment. Every breeder shall have documented sales, lease arrangements, spaying or neutering contracts, health and medical records, vaccination record, of each dog. A report will be given to the State Board of the total number of animals sold, traded, bartered, brokered, given away, boarded or exhibited during the year.

Suitable housing in terms of construction, size, number of dogs, exercising facilities, proper temperature, lighting, ventilation and cleanliness, will be provided. The dogs shall be supplied with wholesome food at suitable intervals of not more than eight hours, safe and adequate fresh drinking water, a fenced area for adequate exercise or provision for exercising the dog. Only normal, healthy, mature female dogs, that have reached their eighteenth month, shall be bred after being certified as healthy by a vet.

No female dog shall be exploited to produce litters in two consecutive breeding seasons. Only one litter shall be produced in one year and artificial or unnatural techniques, such as artificial insemination and rape stands, shall not be used to impregnate dogs. No female dog shall be exploited to give birth to more than five litters of pups during her lifespan. No male dog shall be used for breeding till he has reached his eighteenth month and shall be certified as healthy by a vet. Breeders can only mate dogs which are not at all related to one another. Female dogs shall not be mated after the age of eight years.

There shall be no tail docking, ear cropping de-barking, de-clawing, branding, dyeing, injecting substances to enhance visual appeal. Any change of appearance by artificial means is strictly forbidden. Breeding to create new breeds of dogs, or unusual looks, is strictly prohibited. Every breeder shall have the services of a consultant veterinary practitioner and records of his visits shall be maintained. Individual health records shall be maintained of all animals. Animals which are suffering from contagious, communicable or infectious disease, or exposure to any disease, will have to be quarantined till they have recovered, or humanely euthanized and properly disposed off. A quarantine issued by the vet shall remain in effect and be provided by the vet to the State Board.

The dogs shall have been tested for genetic defects, including hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, night blindness, hypothyroidism, entropion, ectropion, overshot/ undershot jaw, wry mouth, unilateral or full cryptorchid males. Dogs shall not be euthanized just because they can no longer breed, or be sold and therefore not commercially viable, and all euthanasia of mortally wounded or injured animals, or incurably sick animals, shall be done by a vet in a manner approved by the Veterinary Council of India.

Details have been given of how the animals are to be housed, both indoor and outdoor facilities, cages, kennel sizes, floorings, storage of food and bedding, cleaning procedures, disposal of waste, provision of electricity and water, ventilation, exercise facilities for at least thirty minutes twice per day. Socialising with people for 3-5 hours per day is mandatory.

If you know any breeders, inform them of the laws, or inform me if anyone is not following them.

Twitter: @ManekaGandhiBJP

www.newdelhitimes.com/regulating-dog-breeding/
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