"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened", is a quote by Anatole France, a French poet and its true indeed.
Many of us have pets. We nurture them, take care of them and love them to the extent that we’ll do anything for them. But, how many of us have taken our pets to a vet on a regular basis? How many of us can even identify if our pet is not well? Even if we do identify we just let them heal on their own, unless it’s something serious. Do you think this is fair to our pets or other animals when we find ourselves rushing to the hospitals for catching cold?
No, it isn’t! So we, here at Aasha Ka Dwar is starting a project, helping paws in order to care and protect the animals in our society. We provide free veterinary advice for your pets or other injured animals. We have started to take care of small animals and birds like rabbits and pigeon and we have adopted more than ten dogs as the first step to care for the animals.
The main aim of our project is to create awareness among people on handling injured animals and giving first aid to the animal that is injured. We have planned to provide workshops regarding the same. We’ll also rescue animals if we get any complaints that they’re harmed or sick. We at Asha Ka Dwar work by our motto ‘We rise by lifting others’ and we promise to live by it by the letting the love for animals burn deeply within.
"Animals have come to mean so much in our lives.
We live in a fragmented and disconnected culture. Politics are ugly, religion is struggling, technology is stressful, and the economy is unfortunate. What’s one thing that we have in our lives that we can depend on? A dog or a cat loving us unconditionally, every day, very faithfully."
"On this occasion of world veternary day we *Aasha ka dwar" would like to thank all the Doctors out there who are powerful ambassadors of our nation. They are here to bridge gap between sickness & cure.
We asha ka dwar would like to give special thanks to veterinary fraternity who cure speechless animals. They give life to those speechless souls. They are not less than a genius, Hats off to them."
World Veterinary Day is celebrated on the last Saturday of April each year.The aim of the World Veterinary Day is celebrated to promote the veterinary profession and to show gratitude to all the veterinary doctors and workers and to work on improvement of the animal and human welfare, the environment, food safety, and practices of animal transport and quarantine.
Each year, there is a different theme of this day. The theme of World Veterinary Day this year is ‘Environment Protection for Improving Animal and Human Health’.
Veterinarians play the important role of advocates for animal health and welfare. It is observed every year to mark the importance of Veterinary doctors who serve to protect animals and safeguard their health and well being.