Posted On 26/07/2012 By In Investigation & Analysis With 8575 Views

Surat Municipal Corporation and Animal Protection Club continue to use unapproved CNVR in the worst possible manner

We wrote a few days back about the treatment of dogs in Surat, Gujarat, meted out by Surat Municipal Corporation and Animal Protection Club, Karad. The situation does not get any better in the last few days with these new pictures coming from the ground in Gujarat. A commentary is not being provided since enough has been said on the blasé attitude of this and other municipal corporations & Animal Welfare Organizations (AWOs).

This female dog was rescued by Darshan Desai and the team of volunteers on 25th July 2012. She did not make it. She was found with her guts spilling out of the mid-line cut where the stiches failed after ABC surgery using the CVNR method (against the explicit direction of the AWBI). She had no chance of recovery as she was thrown back on the road the day of the surgery.

She is not the first dog in Surat or a victim of the CNVR surgery. In Bangalore we’ve seen many cases and so in parts of India where CNVR is practiced as it simply does not compensate for the poor vet practice that is used to do the surgery and give no opportunity for the dog have any help. In an country where 1st time right is not a culture for any mission critical activity – this ‘import’ method is being applied liberally on dogs simply because of its convenience (to the vets and AWOs/NGOs).

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