News from Noida: Now if you want to keep dogs in Greater Noida then registration will have to be done, know what the fees are for different breeds – Noida top authority makes registration of pet dogs compulsory

News from Noida: Now if you want to keep dogs in Greater Noida then registration will have to be done, know what the fees are for different breeds – Noida top authority makes registration of pet dogs compulsory

Naida:It is now compulsory to register dogs every year with the Greater Noida Authority. This decision made in the Dog Supervision Committee has now been endorsed by the Greater Noida Authority. A notice was issued by the authority’s health official, Salil Yadav.

With this, the Greno Authority has also decided to set up dog feeding points in all companies. A committee of six members has also been set up for this purpose. The Greno Authority will soon be building an animal hospital and shelter for injured, aggressive and sick dogs.

Vaccination against rabies will be free
Greno Authority’s top executive said Greno Authority would be the first authority in the state to do free rabies vaccination after dogs are registered. The fee for registering a foreign breed pet dog will be Rs 500, registering a domestic breed dog will be Rs 100. Behind this decision is knowing the number of dogs in Greater Noida and also to stop illegal breeding.

He said the dog registration process will begin this month. Greno Authority Public Health DGM Salil Yadav said that after dogs are registered, free rabies vaccination will also be carried out on behalf of the authority. He said that after registration begins, along with a ban on illegal dog breeding in Greno, their numbers will also be known.

Sterilization of street dogs, vaccination will be done in the villages
Street dogs are plentiful in many villages in Greno. From now on, the work of sterilization and vaccination will now be carried out by the Greno Authority with its own money. In areas where there is no RWA or AOA, the authority will also do the work of neutering and vaccinating street dogs. Greno’s spokesperson said the business of breeding foreign breed dogs is booming. Registration of these dogs will also be compulsory.

Sterilization of stray dogs will continue in the Bhairav ​​project
The Greno Authority’s Bhairav ​​Project is proving to be very effective in controlling the growing population of stray dogs in Greater Noida and solving the problems faced by the residents. Along with sterilization and vaccination, the biographical data of these dogs is also being prepared.

Hundreds of stray dogs have been sterilized so far in the campaign which started on February 24. A human welfare organization was tasked with this project. This organization catches stray dogs and brings them back. After sterilizing and vaccinating the dogs, this organization leaves them in the same place. Greater Noida Authority has issued mobile number 7838565456 for neutering dogs. Also, information on sterilization can be given by calling the Greater Noida ABC helpline number at 8005867769.

1000 rupees stamp for neutering and vaccination of dogs
Responsibility for the Bhairav ​​project has been given to Human Welfare Organization. The Greno Authority has approved the payment of one thousand rupees per dog to this institution. In areas where RWA or AOA is there, he pays 25 percent of his company’s dog neutering and vaccination, the rest must be paid for by the dog’s owner. The authority also stamped this tax. Dr Premchandra, who played an important role in the Bhairav ​​project, said this organization captures the dogs. So far, more than 400 dogs have been released after sterilization and vaccination.

These are included in the six-member committee
Director of Health Dr Premchandra, Area Veterinarian, Working Circle Leader, Planning Department Candidate, Deputy Director of Health and Sophia Animal Relief Trust in a six-member committee formed to set up checkpoints. dog food in all of Greno’s companies Director Yash Bhardwaj is involved.

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