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Dog neutering campaign held at JU

  • JU correspondent
  • 1st October, 2021 06:18:08 PM
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At the wake of bringing back students to residential halls after a long closure amid Covid-19 outbreak, a dog neutering and anti-rabies vaccination campaign was held at Jahangirnagar University campus on Friday.

An environmental and voluntary organization of university Deep Ecology and Snake Rescue Foundation organized the program in collaboration with AgroVet Bio Solutions, an advisory platform for online open-source education, multimedia and field-based free services.

According to the organizations, more than 50 dogs have been vaccinated against rabies, 20 dogs were neutered and disabled dogs at the area were given primary aids on the campaign.

President of the Deep Ecology and Snake Rescue Foundation Mahfuzur Rahman said, ‘We have taken the initiative aiming to ensure student’s safety as a large number of dog have taken birth during the campus closure.’

Meanwhile, managing director of Pet Care Bangladesh MH Imran, consultant of Agrovet Bio Solutions SifatAraKhanam, consultant of Bangladesh Veterinary and Pet Care Network (BVPN) MohaymenulHaque and director of Bangladesh Veterinary PostGraduate Training Institute Sheikh Masudur Rahman were presented on the program among others.