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(@meriem.flih)

3 Days 8 Hours Ago

Injections d'antiparasitaire sur un troupeau de 200 dromadaires. Allez, on prend son courage à deux mains et on y va !! Antiparasitic injections on a herd of 200 camels. Come on, let's do this !! #camel #helpinsuffering #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

6 Days 11 Hours Ago

Certains dromadaires sont personnalisés... Sur celui-ci le propriétaire a peint des symboles hindous, des dessins d'ornement et des informations sur son village d'origine. Some camels are personalized... The owner of this one painted Hindu symbols, decorative drawings and information about is village on his animal. #camel #helpinsuffering #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

10 Days 6 Hours Ago

Bien que les vaches soient considérées comme sacrées en Inde, leur vie est souvent difficile. Les femelles sont élevées pour leur lait et les mâles, ne pouvant être abattus et consommés sont très souvent abandonnés dans la rue. C'est ainsi qu'on retrouve de nombreux taureaux errants dans les rues de Jaipur à la recherche de nourriture. Cet animal, secouru par Help In Suffering, avait plus de 60 kg de plastique dans son estomac (rumen) ! L'herbe n'est pas facile à trouver en ville et les animaux se rabattent sur ce qu'ils trouvent. La blessure visible sur la photo est dûe à un jet d'acide par des personnes mal intentionnées. Comme quoi, être un animal sacré ne garantit pas une vie facile... Even if they are sacred animals in India cows still can have a hard life. The females are raised for their milk but the male are often abandoned in the street because they cannot be slaughtered and eaten. You can see many bulls wandering and looking for food in the streets of Jaipur. This animal was rescued by Help In Suffering. They removed more than 60 kg of plastic out of his stomach (rumen). There is not so much grass in the city and most of the animals eat whatever they can find. The wound visible on the picture has been caused by acid that people have thrown to him. Being a sacred animal doesn't guarantee you an easy life... #cow #sacredcow #helpinsuffering #jaipur #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

12 Days 10 Hours Ago

This man and his family are camel breeders in Kalmara (near Jaipur, Rajastan). In their herd, they keep only the females so they can sale their milk. The baby males used to be sold as working animal but nowadays most of the farmers are using trucks. It has become very difficult to sale the males for a good price so most of them are just abandoned in the forest. After giving free shots of Ivermectin to protect the animals against some skin diseases, it is common for the breeders to thank the vet team with a cup a chai (made of course with camel milk). (After taking his picture, the man was very proud and asked me if I could send it to him on WhatsApp 😆). #camel #camelfarmers #homemadechai #jaipur #helpinsuffering #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

12 Days 10 Hours Ago

Baby and mama camels resting in Kalwara, Rajastan. #camel #helpinsuffering #jaipur #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

12 Days 16 Hours Ago

Dans un village à proximité de Jaipur. In some village near Jaipur. #camel #helpinsuffering #jaipur #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

12 Days 16 Hours Ago

Le dromadaire se remet de son anesthésie suite à une chirurgie de l'œil. Camel recovering from anesthesia after an eye surgery. #camel #helpinsuffering #faunequipeut

(@meriem.flih)

18 Days 4 Hours Ago

A la rencontre des dromadaires de Jaipur... #camel #jaipur #helpinsuffering #faunequipeut

(@bombay_sprout)

21 Days 1 Hour Ago

Our Mahout Dhurrie rug, based on a design by @toileindienne and woven by our amazing weavers in the hills outside Jaipur. This can be used as a rug and a wall hanging in a children’s room. We can make this in wool and cotton and a percentage if the proceeds will go to our friends @helpinsuffering in Jaipur. Available in any size. #bombaysprout #bespoke #dhurries #handwoven #handloom #weaversofinstagram #ruralcrafts #toileindienne #elephants #helpinsuffering #animallove #rugs #jaipur #interiordesign #kidsrooms #madewithlove www.bombaysprout.com 🐘🐘🐘🐘

(@dhruvsinggh)

21 Days 12 Hours Ago

I don't know her name but she made me stop when i got a glace of her. I stopped my bike hailed my brother to stop and he came back who was riding another. The dog is very handsome breed boerboel and yes very expensive in India. She looked amazing. We got no idea who left her and why. She was dropped off at the very place last night and its morning now. She was not moving from there for she was waiting for her so called family she used to have. She was frightened and hungry. She was not letting anybody come to her. She was waiting for the family she got after separating from her mom and siblings. And no doubt, I'm pretty sure she was being loved. She gave puppies and her family made money from the puppies. It's no big deal if one is not able to afford. Puppies of such breeds are in demand and ones who buy them nurture them well. But now she was all alone by the road. Its the highway actually and she was sick. Stray dogs were barking at her. People were stopping by and trying to get her but she was not letting anybody come to her. Everybody we interacted with about her was concerned about the money she can make after selling her out. I tried several times to come closer and as i was getting closer to her she changed her gesture and at a certain distance she raised her ears and got alarmed, one more step towards her was like crossing the LOC and she was all set to attack. Anyhow with the help of my brother and 2 friends i succeed feeding her some packs of biscuits. I had to throw them to her. And now we came to know that we cannot take her away. We called Help In Suffering situated in Masarowar. We were with the dog at Jaipur Delhi Highway near by the Biological Park. They came picking up other stray dogs who were sick. A guy from the crew first tell us that its not a stray dog and is walkable so they can't take her away for she barked at them too when they stopped at her. After a small conversation we convinced him and other 2 guys in the van gave the idea of sacking her. And it worked out. We farewelled her. Now we have a sense of feeling that she'll be okay there. #dog #dogsofinstagram #jaipur #helpinsuffering #boerboel #beautiful #doglover #dogstories #stories

(@charlie_rstagg)

24 Days 2 Hours Ago

Thank you HIS for a supa lovely month! 9 weeks in India up already- home time for now 🏡🌈💕 #spaysncurries #willbebackindia #travel #vetlife #jaipur #hometime #india #helpinsuffering

(@mono_dapper)

27 Days 11 Hours Ago

When kid wants to cuddle. #mdinthehouse #doglover #helpinsuffering #mynigga

(@charlie_rstagg)

2018-08-14 08:49:10

Happy birthday gurl @_makeyourlifespectacular_ #spaysandcurries #helpinsuffering #jaipur #india #vetlyfe #travels

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-08-13 21:24:45

Our CAMEL RESCUE SHELTER (CRC ),Bassi, organises a monthly camp for all animal owners to bring their animals and get free treatment. The monthly camp happens on 13th of every month. Yesterday the CRC team treated and dewormed about 100 animals.#helpinsuffering #crc #bassi #his

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-08-05 07:27:54

A camel with a lower limb wound rests under treatment in our hospital compound. Dr Abhinav and the camel team are dressing the wound daily#helpinsuffering #crcbassi #mobilecamelclinic #camelteamhis

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-08-02 20:39:07

Dr Pramod, who treats our rescue cases, splints a fracture in the hind leg of a young street dog rescued by the Help in Suffering rescue team. The dog has been anaesthetised and given analgesia to ensure the treatment is pain free. Dr Pramod is assisted by HIS Compounders Anand, Anil and Pradeep. Most fractures of this sort in young dogs will heal quite quickly once immobilised by splinting.#helpinsuffering #hisclinic #streetdogrescue

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-24 22:30:21

Last month Help in Suffering vets removed over 50 kg (1 cwt) of plastic rubbish from the stomach of a rescued bull. The bull had been at HIS for some months but despite good food, rest and treatment was failing to thrive and the superficial skin wounds, which were the original reason he had been rescued by our rescue team, were very slow to heal. The veterinary team decided that the cause of the bull’s ill-thrift was ingested plastic and took the decision to undertake the difficult, and risky, operation. In addition to the 50 kg or more of plastic the veterinary team removed several pieces of leather, a pair of socks and a collection of electric wire, nails, flex and other sharp metal detritus. The risk of the surgery are high as post-operation infection is common and stomachs, which have been stretched full of plastic over many years, struggle to resume normal gut motility. Four weeks after the operation the our bull is doing well, is bright, eating and passing dung. Many of the holy cattle of India spend their lives scavenging on the streets of cities. In the absence of regular domestic rubbish collection in most Indian cities the local people have no option but to dump their household waste, including ubiquitous plastic bags, on the streets whence it is occasionally collected by the municipal authorities. Street cattle browse amongst this rubbish for vegetable waste and waste food and in the process eat plastic bags and other waste. The plastic bags accumulate in the cattle’s rumen where it becomes a tangled mass unable to pass through the gut, and slowly filling the rumen. As the rumen fills with plastic bags there is less and less room for food and the animals begin to slowly starve to death.#helpinsuffering #rumenotomy

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-22 07:34:50

The Help in Suffering ABC catching team recently caught a street dog they could see was suffering. In the ABC with the dog anaesthetised we could examine him properly and found that an elastic/rubber band had been put around his neck. The band was too tight and over time has cut into the dog's neck and throat causing a deep circumferential soft tissue wound and an almost complete severance of the dog's trachea (windpipe). The constriction to vessels has caused considerable swelling in the head and throat. Unsurprisingly the dog was quite poorly. The ABC team removed the elastic band, cleaned up the infected wounds and put him on antibiotics and analgesia for a few days. Now he is much stronger and happier we will attempt a surgical repair of his trachea, an operation we have only once before undertaken. We hope to post updated bulletins on this dog's condition as treatment progresses.#helpinsuffering #rescueshelterjaipur

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-19 04:44:22

“Someone sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” - Warren Buffett Every monsoon we at HIS plant trees to promote Tree plantation as a cultural practice and not as an event. HIS staff today planted about 30 trees. Which will be taken care individually by the staff who planted it in order to create responsible atmosphere towards Mother Earth.#helpinsuffering #plantingtrees #responsiblecitizen #respectmotherearth🌱🌍🌻

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-15 21:28:11

Drs Pramod and Sanjay and compounder Pradeep mend a bird box, donated some years ago by our then Managing Trustee, Timmie Kumar, which had been dislodged in recent violent winds. Sadly a nest of myna birds was destroyed in the fall, but since the repair and replacement of the box above the car park myna birds have been seen taking nesting material into the repaired nest box #helpinsuffering #naturalhabitat

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-15 05:27:08

Following the recent inauguration of an animal ambulance, donated by Clarks Hotels, for use by the Jaipur Animal Coalition to rescue animals, a service that will augment that provided by HIS since 1980, Help in Suffering's Dr Mayank consults with the coalition's team including Ajay from Raksha and the first street puppy rescued under this new initiative which HIS is supporting and mentoring.#helpinsuffering #communityforanimals #jaipur

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-10 21:19:37

Shram Dan by HIS staff to clean the outskirts of shelter. Truck load of garbage was cleaned and dumped in the garbage dump yard .#helpinsuffering #responsiblecitizen #cleanindia

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-09 21:10:00

Trisha, Volunteer with HIS has won over all the rescued horses and donkeys. She loves pampering them and we can say that she has something very special that these rescued could sense it and are very loving towards her.#helpinsuffering #horseslover #volunteering #trisha

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-04 03:56:18

Guiness and Louis two healthy pups are available at HIS for immediate adoption. Please contact HIS. Both of them are in personal care of HIS staff Dharmender who is a foster expert.#helpinsuffering #straydoglove #adoptstraydogs

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-07-03 22:23:00

It’s a rare occasion when we have some equine expert as a volunteer. Trisha Singh, a non technical Volunteer , is a horse rider and a national level athlete. Her passion for animals has brought her to HIS and loves grooming all shelter equines. #helpinsuffering

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-06-27 00:19:22

Help in Suffering's Dr Mayank to the rescue. After other veterinary surgeons in the city had refused to remove a tumour from a pet Labrador's back, and after they had watched it grow in size, our Dispensary veterinary surgeon, Dr Mayank, decided to operate to save the dog from further suffering and discomfort. In an operation lasting more than an hour a tumour weighing 1.3 kg (2lb 12oz) was removed from the back muscles of the dog by Dr Mayank. The dog is recovering with her owners under Dr Mayank's care.#helpinsuffering #rescuedog #animalrescuejaipur

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-06-21 21:30:46

Amongst street dogs caught for rabies vaccination recently was a large, rather fat, castrated street dog which had a large tumour the size of an tangerine on his elbow, and another smaller tumour on his flank. We decided to remove both these tumours as they were likely to ulcerate or cause the dog pain and discomfort. Although they were rather more firmly attached than our initial examination had suggested, both tumour were successfully surgically removed. The elbow tumour gave greatest cause for concern because of its location and size. This wound and leg was bandaged. The dog is being a model patient and after two changes of the bandages the operation site is healing well. When fully healed the dog will be released back to his street home in Jaipur#helpinsuffering #animalbirthcontrol #jaipurdogs #rescuedog #shelterforanimals

(@helpinsuffering)

2018-06-19 22:16:58

HIS Compounders Pradeep and Dhun Raj apply topical treatment to a very mangey little rescued pup, and give the little one some cuddles and fun at the same time.#helpinsuffering #mangetreatment #rescueanimalsjaipur