These 7 Pet Shelters In Delhi Need To Be On Your Speed Dial List!!!

Being one of the busiest cities in the country with lots of vehicles and traffic at all times, innocent animals often become the victims of rash driving and speeding cars.

Here are a few emergency contact numbers that will come in handy for most species of animals in case of an emergency or road accident.

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Started as a small clinic for rescued dogs and cats Frendicoes has over the years helped in rehabilitating many pets and providing medical care plus food to them. If you find an injured animal on the streets, they’re the guys to get in touch with. They also run a mobile equine clinic for horses!

Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Center
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Founded in 1980, SGACC is one of Delhi’s oldest animal hospitals. In addition to dogs, they also shelter and take care of cats, monkeys and even have a dedicated gaushala for cows.

Red Paws Rescue
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Red Paws Rescue is an NGO which aims to rescue and rehabilitate stray and abandoned dogs. Although they don’t have a shelter themselves, they are affiliated with several, and always go out of their way to find homes for needy puppies and dogs.

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Jeevashram caters to all kinds of animals, providing them with shelter and medical care. They have kennels, a cattery, a stable and a gaushala. They provide facilities to provide dental services and X-rays. There’s also a fully functional OPD unit for our furry friends.

People for Animals
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This animal car NGO has got a nationwide network of 26 hospitals, 165 units and 2.5 Lakh members. They run shelters, ambulance services, sterilisation programs, treatment camps, and conducts rescue missions for a variety of animals.

Pet Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
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PAWS conducts regular awareness programs in and around Delhi besides its anti-rabies camps for strays. The society is doing its bit to help eradicate rabies and control the stray population by immunization and undertaking the ABC (Animal Birth Control) Program.

Circle of Animal Lovers

Set up with the aim to prevent cruelty against animals, the main activity of the society is to control stray dog population through a programme of sterilisation. Every day they offer food to 100s of stray animals, pick sick and deceased animals from the road, treat them either in their mobile van or take them to their shelter home for treatment.

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