Greater Noida: No cash payment required for neutering and vaccination of stray dogs

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Residents of Greater Noida are no longer required to pay the amount of cash to neuter and vaccinate stray dogs. They can deposit the amount into the bank account of the Human Welfare Society, an animal welfare organization bound by the authority.

Residents can contact the authorities on the helpline number 8005867769 if they are asked to pay the money for a dog living in their society (Picture: Representational)

After launching the first dog neutering center in Greater Noida in February, the Greater Noida Industrial Developmental Authority (GNIDA) has announced that RWAs or residents can deposit neutering proceeds directly into Human Welfare bank accounts. Society. Residents are no longer required to pay the amount in cash and can instead pay the amount to the bank of the animal welfare organization bound by the authority.

Residents can contact the authorities on the helpline number 8005867769 if they are asked to pay cash for dogs living in their companies.

STERILIZATION OF STRAY DOGS

In February, GNIDA started neutering and vaccinating stray dogs to control the growing stray dog ​​population in the city and also to limit the inconvenience to residents. The mission has been named “Project Bhairav” and the authority aims to sterilize all stray dogs in the city. After neutering, the dogs are kept in centrally constructed kennels for a five-day observation period, after which they are released from the areas where they are retrieved. Dogs also receive a color-coded identification band with ear marking.

Human Welfare Society volunteers catch the dogs and bring them to the center in Swarn Nagri where they are neutered and vaccinated. Each sterilization costs Rs 1,000 and RWAs only have to pay Rs 250 per dog, with the authority bearing the remaining cost. The sum includes sterilization, vaccination and anti-rabies injections for stray dogs.

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ONLINE DEPOSIT AMOUNT

Now the authority has decided to allow residents to pay the amount to the animal welfare bank account. The ICICI bank account number is 677601700827 and the IFSC code is 0006776.

Senior Director of Public Health Department of Greater Noida Authority Salil Yadav said, “Residents who wish to have stray dogs in their localities sterilized can deposit the deposit of Rs 250 into a bank account. of animals will catch the dogs and bring them to the center.After the neutering is complete, the stray dogs will be released back to the same place after five days according to the Animal Birth Control (ABC) program.We have sterilized 70 stray dogs up to now.

The Greater Noida Authority has issued a hotline number – 7838565456 – for neutering dogs.

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