A Relook at Rampant Rabies in India

You might think it’s 2020 and rabies is a disease we left behind in the 1900s. Did you know that every nine minutes, rabies takes one human life globally and dog bites contribute up to about 99 percent of transmission from animals to humans? Let’s relook at the situation of this neglected rampant disease in India.

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Dr Sandeep Karkhanis

Rendezvous with cat judge Pau Badia

Pau Badia is an international cat show judge from Spain. He has been judging cat shows over the last three years. Here, he talks about his experience and changing scenario in cat shows during pandemic.  

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Pau Badia

Bridging the gap of pet parenting during a pandemic

Everyone is trying to handle the current COVID-19 situation in the best possible way. But if you’re a pet parent, it might be slightly challenging for you. In this, Dr Ankur Narad tells you to outshine and prove how good you’re at responsible pet parenting.

-By Dr Ankur Narad

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Dr Ankur Narad

Bridging the gap of pet parenting during a pandemic

Everyone is trying to handle the current COVID-19 situation in the best possible way. But if you’re a pet parent, it might be slightly challenging for you. In this, Dr Ankur Narad tells you to outshine and prove how good you’re at responsible pet parenting.

-By Dr Ankur Narad

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Dr Freya Javeri

Handling the COVID Crisis: Saluting the spirit of Corona Warriors

Corona crisis has gotten life to a standstill. But essential services with the support of frontline workers and corona warriors have been going on non-stop. Dr Freya Javeri shares how veterinary services are also a part of essential services and during this crisis vets around the country are ensuring that your beloved pets are safe and healthy.

-By Dr Freya Javeri

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Dr Nilofar Desai

We will win–Fighting Together!

Being a Corona Warrior means you’re giving it a tough fight. Staying home, staying safe, and taking care of your pets – a responsible pet parent will do all this during a pandemic. Dr Nilofar Desai tells how they manage and help pet parents sail through this tough time.

-By Dr Nilofar Desai


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During the corona pandemic – Every small step counts!-

Dr Hemant Jain

In the situation when the country is under lockdown, your vet is there to help your pets and ensure they’re happy and healthy at all times. It is your responsibility to cooperate with them, follow the guidelines, and do your bit!

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Pandemic and Pet Parenting: Walking on this path with caution and care- Dr Chandrakanta Chakraborty  

The global pandemic has changed the way we live and perceive things. While normal life seems to have altered and most services on a standstill, corona warriors are ensuring that essential services are up and running at all times. Vets are also trying to do the best to ensure your beloved pets are taken care of even in these tough times.

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Transmit love and not virus: Love for your pets in the time of corona! – By Kritika Manchanda

in these tough times when we all seem to be living in a post apocalyptic period, the one thing that’s cheering us up is our pets. The corona virus pandemic has become the only talk of the town (or should we say the world). While people are quarantined, are practicing social distancing, and are self-isolating themselves, there are a few who encourage spreading false information gathered through Whatsapp University and make things worse. The situation is tough, but that doesn’t mean you start abandoning your pets.

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Creating co-existence between humans and street dogs by Uma Biswas

The aim of Humane Society International (HSI) is to save street dogs from cruelty and disasters. The society comes forward to helping the helpless stray animals during the COVID-19 crisis and nationwide lockdown. Routine feeding drive has been carried to ensure that the homeless furry friends don’t starve.

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A good DEED to FEED the hungry & homeless furry buddies

Anjali Kakati is founder of Each One Feed One, a charity in New Delhi which feeds homeless street dogs and engages in other activities for the welfare of our four-legged friends. Each One Feed One provides food for more than 120 stray dogs every day. Anjali talks about her noble act of helping the hungry & homeless furry buddies.

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Chotu & Madhumita

If only there were rewind and replay buttons in life…

My first impulse, as I open my eyes every morning, is to swing my hand down to your version of ‘good morning’—a soft nudge of your wet nose or a furry paw in my hand from your usual resting place half under the bed.

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Wag Bond and travel

By Paul Zonelli

Many of us dream of peace and relaxation on a holiday to escape the mundane routine. Travelling with your pets can be so therapeutic. It’s such a relaxing experience, soaking up the sunshine, playing in the sand, or just unwinding amidst nature.

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Season’s Greetings with Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Treats

By Gaargi Prehar

Make this holiday season all the more special for your pets with this heavenly peanut butter and pumpkin treat. Healthy and tasty, it’ll win hearts and get those tails wagging.

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It’s never a goodbye!

By Shweta Khurana

What’s good in a goodbye I wonder? How do you say goodbye to someone so dear?

Sparkle came into our lives when he was just 1.5 months old, the little heartbeat became our heartthrob from the very first moment.

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I miss you more too!

By Shweta Khurana

So, I miss black and white—the fur, the warm nose, the mesmerising eyes, the six dots on the nose, the way he jumped and wanted to be with only us in the morning. I miss him in all the big things and all the little things—his stubbornness, his playfulness, his anger, his highness being grumpy and demanding his meal, and not to forget, the right over each snack which was served.

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One of a Kind Travel Tale!

By Vipul Agrahari

It all started one evening and promised it by mistake to Happy that we will go to Leh- Ladakh with Guggu and Breezer. Time flowed like a river flows and years passed. We lost Breezer, but I had it in my heart to go for that promised road trip.

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Teach your dog skills to live life to the fullest

By Misha Deb

One of the best ways to build a healthier relationship with our canine is to use the principles of positive training that allow us to foster a relationship based on mutual trust and respect.

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Paw’tastic vacation at Birdcage in Mukteshwar

Scenic car rides through the mighty mountains, windows rolled down, crisp fragrant breeze! Looks like a perfect holiday? Nah! If you’re a pet parent you know what’s missing to make this an ideal setting.

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Meet Divya Dugar the wanderlust pet parent

By Kritika Manchanda

In a country like India where travelling with dogs is still not a popular thing, Divya Dugar and her husband are breaking stereotypes and keeping their wanderlust feels alive by travelling all across the country with their two dogs – Marco Polo (6 years) and Tigress (8 years).

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Abandonment – a crime, pledge NO & NEVER!

By Bhavani Sundaram

As an Animal Lover and Activist I am appalled at the rate at which animals, pets are abandoned and lost thanks to rresponsible pet parents. Shelters and animal NGOs are struggling with the increasing rate of abandonment.

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The Fundamental Rights of A Canine Citizen

By Garima Singhal

We love our pets, go the distance to protect their health, and would even risk our lives for them. Our beloved pets have licked and purred into our lives and hearts and are slowly making a place for themselves into our legal systems as well.

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Once Bitten Twice Shy – Lesson I learnt after a dog bite

By Kritika Manchanda

I write this while nursing an injured left hand. Lesson learnt – not every dog has to be patted. Telling you firsthand experience of a dog bite and the right medical care.

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