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9 Bangalore Animal Helpline You May Contact

Bangalore Animal Helplines You May Contact

Few things of life are fulfilled when we take care of a furry friend or dog. But unfortunately, we human beings are not always nice to them. According to the animal experts, the animals feel neglected, in pain and require a friendly bonding just like us. If you are a pet owner once, you have the idea of how they share a bond with you.

However, every dog is not lucky enough to find a home for safety and security. They have to struggle and survive in incredibly dangerous situations. When you find some of these dogs in a helpless condition, please take them to the nearest shelter.

It’s a fact that the shelters in Bangalore city are understaffed concerning traffic woes. So, they may reach you late even after you call for help. Without panicking, please try to make the animal comfortable and give some first aid before the ambulance arrives.

Below is the list of animal helplines that help poor animals overcome many obstacles.

12 Bangalore Animal Helplines

#1 CUPA Bangalore

CUPA is a non-profitable, non-government organization. It was established in 1991. It is the first-ever shelter in this region to accommodate suffering dogs and provide a safe living place. They have six centers around Bangalore city. They also got five independent shelters.

Every facility provides a critical aspect of animal welfare like a fully-equipped Pet Care Clinic, Animal Birth Control, Large Animal Rehabilitation, Adoption & Foster, Geriatric Care, Adoption & Foster. With colleges and corporations, they organize programs such as pet cruelty inspections, awareness sessions with schools, advocacy for animal rights, and so on.

The complaint related to illegal breeding and cruelty to the animal is recorded and dealt with in these centers. Their trauma center in Hebbal is devoted to complaints related to stray dogs in emergency medical need. They have two ambulances with an experienced and efficient team of veterinarians and handlers working 24 hrs.

To address the emergency requirement, they have an Animal Care Hospital at RT Nagar providing reliable treatment for pet owners. The clinic has an optional facility for housing and post-operative care in case the owner is unable to manage this situation at home.

The clinic consists of the following services X-rays and ultrasound, ECG, Animal Birth Control, Vaccinations, General Blood Tests, General Check-Ups, etc. They also got an adaptation center where they keep the dogs rejected by the dog owners.

#2 CUPA Trauma Centre

Address: KVAFSU, Veterinary College Campus, Bellary Road, Hebbal, Bangalore – 560024

Phone: +91 080 22947300/ 22947301

Open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday – Sunday

#3 CUPA Admin Office

Kensington Apts, Flat a-3, First Floor, 18/1 Ulsoor Cross Road, Off Bazaar Street, Ulsoor, Bangalore 560008

Ph.: 080 2294 7307/17

Timings: 10 am to 5 pm, Monday – Saturday

#4 CUPA Adoption Center Second Chance

60/4 Dommasandra Village, Sarjapura Hobli, Anekal Taluk, Bangalore 562125

Contact: [email protected]

Open from 11 am to 4 pm, closed on Wednesday.

#5 Charlie’s Animal Rescue Centre – CARE

Care was established in 2013 to provide medical care for injured and ill street dogs and animals of Bangalore city. They consist of an ambulance service and a trauma care center. Their target is to provide private veterinary care to animals. They have shelter to provide a safe and peaceful environment for an animal paraplegic, blind, or suffers from chronic disease or old.

They also organize human education at their center on animal cruelty control and prevention, adaptation, and volunteering. They also allow individual rescuers who bring ill or helpless dogs for treatment at their shelter. After a thorough diagnosis of the disease, they take immediate action for treatment, such as surgery, amputation, and other required procedure.

A post-operative facility is also available to recuperate and recover. They also do physiotherapy and laser therapy. They also give protein supplement food to the dogs for faster recovery. They screen every family interested in adoption and follow up strict protocol to ensure a better life for the dogs.

Address: Survey No. 124, Mitteganahalli Cross, Kogilu Village, Yelahanka Hobli, Bangalore North – 560064

Phone: +91 9483911110 / 9035999372

Open from 11:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Saturday.

Open from 11:00am – 3:00pm, Sunday.

#6 Government Veterinary hospitals in Bangalore

The government organizations have facilities like OPD, IPD, and surgery.

Mysore Road – 26701099

Queen’s Road – 22260211

Malleshwaram – 23468345

Rajajinagar – 23501509

Veterinary College Hospital – 23412556

#7 CARTMAN Society – Centre for Action, Research, Technology for Man, Animals, and Nature

Cartman is a non-profit organization working as an animal wellness center and park. They have a vet clinic and rescue shelter. You have to take the dogs to their center for treatment because they have no ambulance service available.

Address: CA-18, 17th D Main, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560095

870, 17th E Main, 6th Block, Koramangala, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095, India

Phone: +91 091088 05001

Email: [email protected]

Open from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm, Monday – Sunday

#8 ALAI – Emergency Rescue Service

ALAI Rescues was founded in 2017 as a rescue and rehabilitation center for abandoned, abused, and injured dogs. They have a shelter for approximately 125 dogs.

They also have two ambulances, seven caretakers, visiting vet, and 110 dogs housing capacity at any time. They rescue 70-90 dogs every month, and it’s continuously increasing. They organize vaccination drives.

Shelter: Chaghalatti village, Baglur post, Bangalore

Clinic: Hennur Cross, Opp. Reliance Fresh, Bangalore – 560043

Phone: +91 9739288282

Email: [email protected]

Open from 09:30 am to 04:00 pm, Monday – Sunday

#9 People for Animals (PFA Bangalore)

PFA Bangalore is a non-profit organization that came into existence in 1996. They organize rescue and rehabilitation. They organize awareness in many institutions, corporates, and society. They also run a pet cemetery and animal cemetery.

They provide rescue, rehabilitation, and adaptation. They also take reports and action against the cruel and illegal trade of pets against the complaint.

Address: No. 67, Uttarahalli Main Road,Kengeri, Bangalore – 560 060

Phone: +91 99000 25370, 98456 85955 or 9980339880.

Email: [email protected], [email protected]

#10 VOSD – The Voice of Stray Dogs

VOSD is a privately-run rescue service with a treatment center and dog shelter for stray dogs, situated in Bengaluru. The rescue center has already rescued about 8000 dogs. Their shelter can accommodate about 800 dogs at the time.

They even provide telemedicine for dogs. They drive sterilization programming and adaptation. They have the first blood bank in India for animals.

Address: 1st Floor, Pine Valley Building, Embassy Golf Links, Off Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore – 560071

Open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday – Saturday.

Email: [email protected]

#11 KRUPA Loving animals Bangalore

KRUPA was established in 2000 and works for the rescue and adaptation of dogs. They have a hospital and shelter for helpless and ill dogs. They now have 120 animals, including dogs in their shelter. They provide permanent shelter to handicapped dog. They also provide adaptation.

Address: 16, 7th Main Rd, Subash Nagar, Kengeri Satellite Town, Bengaluru, Karnataka – 560060

Phone: 098805 63690

Open from 11:00 – 5:00 pm, Monday – Saturday.

#12 Let’s Live Together

It is a charitable trust established in 2009 for the homeless animals of Bangalore city. They provide almost 2000 homeless animals through adoptions, rescue, and rehabilitation. They also arrange field clinic and community arrangements.

Address: #728, 19th Crossroad, 16th Main Rd, A Block, Sahakar Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560092

Phone: 099864 13916

Most of these shelters and NGOs also offer adoption through which you can add a furry companion to your home and family.

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