Events l Mar-Apr 2014


RACE unpacks exciting pet care products
Bengaluru-based pet care products company RACE launches exciting range of products which include DTICK Spot-on for all sizes of dogs. DTICK Spot-on is a combination of Fipronil and S-Methoprene and this unique combination protects dogs from ticks and fleas by killing all life stages – egg, larvae, pupa and adults unlike any other traditional ticks and fleas control product which kills only adults. RACE also introduces
first-of-its-kind antiseptic and disinfectant wipe called HEXA CLEAN which contains Chlorhexidine Gluconate 2 percent and CHLODERMA shampoo which contains Chlorhexidine Gluconate 4 percent effective against bacterial skin infections. RACE, which already has quality product portfolio of Fipronil spray, shampoos and wet wipes, is slated for launching Hair Shining Spray and Premium Shampoos soon. For further details, contact at:
Doggone Fun! at Mutt Hutt, Mumbai
Under The Banyan Tree recently saw a turnout of more than 80 dog lovers as they all made reservations to enjoy a fun-filled meal with their pets. Not only did the furry members of their families relish a three course meal besides them, they also got a taste of pooch pampering through some spa grooming, fun with training, professional petfolios & the works by a team of Mutt Hutt – The Pet Café’s experts waiting to engage & entertain them. Aspiring to make Mumbai a more pet friendly city, Mutt Hutt – The Pet Cafe pops up at different locations to give pet parents the opportunity to hang out with their lovable companions. For more info, contact at:
Buddha Society for Animal Welfare organises free treatment camp
Buddha Society for Animal Welfare (Patna) recently organised a free treatment camp for both small and large animals at Jahanabad district in Bihar. During the camp, stray dogs were administered anti-rabies vaccines and other animals present for treatment included cats, cows, horses, etc. For further details, contact: Dr SP Sharma at: 9835039278 or
Seminar and workshop on Schutzhund in Mumbai
Sachin Raawte Dog Training Institute (Mumbai) organised a three-day seminar and workshop conducted by Jan Skogster, an international dog training specialist and breeder of Belgian Malinois from Finland. Skogster explained about Schutzhund/IPO tests to identify dog’s suitability for a wide variety of tasks including police work, odour detection, search & rescue, etc. Supported by Royal Canin, Ventura and Quadrapaws Dog Training Equipments, the event aimed at improving the current Indian scenario for the development of dogs and a new opportunity to build for trainers where they can showcase their ability to work and talents within themselves on a international stage. For more details, contact:
A.R.M.Y. celebrates Animal Welfare Fortnight 2014
A.R.M.Y. (Animal Rescue & Maintenance Youth), Rourkela recently organised ‘Colour Your Pet & Zoo Animals’ contest under the Wildlife Awareness & Rescue (WAR-II) programme for Eco Club during the Animal Welfare Fortnight 2014. Also, a pet awareness programme held at Deepika EM School and Gyan Jyoti Public School awarded students who adopted mongrels along with their purebreds. For more information, contact at: 7504038089 or
Myvets Trust organising year-long vaccination campaign
Myvets Charitable Trust & Research Centre is organising vaccination campaign for stray puppies and pigeons for entire year from 18th March 2014 to 18th March 2015 in Mumbai. Main aim and objective of the campaign is to protect stray puppies from rabies and worms, bring awareness for adopting stray puppies and protect pigeons from Newcastle Disease. For further details, contact Dr Madhurita Gupta at: 9619522077 or
Dr Batra’s pet care hospital inaugurated in New Delhi
Dr Batra’s opened homeopathy cum veterinary hospital at Yusuf Sarai in New Delhi. Spread across three floors, the hospital was inaugurated by Maneka Gandhi along with Dr Mukesh Batra, founder and chairman of Dr Batra’s Healthcare Group. This new care hospital offers a range of services from blood tests and x-rays to vaccination, grooming, surgical procedures, allopathic and homeopathic treatments and a pet shop. On the occasion, Maneka Gandhi said, “I am delighted to launch Dr Batra’s state-of-the-art pet care hospital, which is India’s first-ever homeopathy-cum-veterinary hospital. For the last eight years, Dr Batra’s has been supporting us by providing free treatment at our Animal Centre in Delhi.” Dr Mukesh Batra mentioned that in the UK, 50 percent of vets use homeopathy in their practice, whereas in India the use of homeopathy for animals is relatively unknown. With the launch of this new hospital together with other facilities Dr Batra’s would be able to treat pets with homeopathy, a safe and effective treatment for pets. For further details, visit: