There are 3 ways you can get in touch with us (i) through a voice call on given numbers (ideal only for emergency), (ii) whatsapp message on the indicated number with proper details of the reporter and the case (preferred), and (iii) email.
Dr. Sunil – +91 9899123439 (Whatsapp)
Dr. Bharat – +91 7821815081
Tel: +91 11 24124114, +91 11 24124118
At the moment, we are open to general consultation, treatments of wounds, injuries, and internal issues. For cases which may need help beyond what we offer, we can refer the reporter to a trusted Ortho, Lab etc. There is temporary medical boarding facility for cases being treated at Jeevashram, and any pre or post op care required for surgery, OPD, or sterilisation.
Currently we offer treatments, consultation, vaccination, ABC (Animal Birth Control), burial and ambulance services on paid basis, with concession if needed, and on availability. For further details and fee structure, kindly refer to https://jeevashram.yng.info/our-services/
Accidental orthopaedic surgical cases, for e.g., pinning, spinal injuries etc. (hopefully soon we will have the updated technologies and facilities to help with this as well) or contagious diseases, for e.g., canine distemper, parvo virus, kennel cough etc., to safekeep the many recovering, healthy and aged animals at the center.
Yes. It is an open walk-in facility. Some concession for strays or arrangements on donation basis can be made. Kindly get in touch to discuss further.
The permanent Jeevashram resident animals are not up for adoption, as they are used to and are most comfortable in this space. However, Jeevashram does help with re-homing of abandoned or rescued animals on contact basis. Please get in touch to discuss further
No, it is illegal to relocate. Kindly refer to the government guidelines on this.
Yes, it can, as long as there is a reporter who takes responsibility and helps in either funding or raising the amount required to conduct the drive at subsidised rates, including ambulance charge, etc. For more details, please get in touch.
Jeevashram ABC has a 5-10 kms radius (Mahipalpur, Rangpuri, Kapashera etc …) it functions in, but if you can bring the dog to the center, then yes.
Find more details about our ABC programme here – https://jeevashram.yng.info/contacts/
No, it is inhuman to shift a dog at a later stage in life to a place that is completely new and unknown to it, unless there is genuine stress and ailment for which medical attention is needed.
Upon availability, within 5 kms radius, on a paid basis.
Yes! We welcome celebrations and honouring for any person, animal or occasion. You can get in touch with us and find a suitable way to mark the occasion.
Here are the timings for visitors:
Yes, with proper trial visit / acclimatisation. Visit, Overnight, etc.
Yes, on a paid basis, for treatment, temporarily
Yes, certainly you will. Kindly get in touch with us at the center.
Yes, we do. Kindly refer to our section on the website that specifies all that the center needs regularly, alternatively, you may also visit and speak to the caretaker directly.
Kindly visit us or get in touch with us on a call, numbers and address provided on the website.
Kindly write to us on our social media handle on Instagram — @jeevashram.animalfoundation
Here are a few general ones you can refer to, if you have a specific concern, please get in touch and we would try to help you or direct you in best way possible:
- High Court passed an order asking the police to provide protection to dogs and dog feeders and has made it a PUNISHABLE OFFENCE IN CASE ANYONE RESTRICTS, PROHIBITS OR CAUSES INCONVENIENCE TO ANY PERSON FEEDING A STREET DOG OR RESORTS TO REMOVAL OR DISLOCATION OR KILLING A DOG.
- SECTION 503:- Indian Penal Code 1860, provides that intimidation is a criminal offence which is cognizable. ANYONE WHO THREATENS OR INTIMIDATES ANY PERSON TAKING CARE OF DOGS IS LIABLE FOR CRIMINAL INTIMIDATION UNDER SECTION 503 OF INDIAN PENAL CODE AND CAN BE ARRESTED WITHOUT A WARRANT.
- SECTION 506:- IT IS A CRIME TO THREATEN, ABUSE OR HARASS NEIGHBOURS WHO FEED ANIMALS.
- I.P.C. Section 428 and 429 provides SEVERE PUNISHMENT (up to 5 years imprisonment) TO PEOPLE RESORTING TO DISLOCATION, ABDUCTION, AND ACTS OF CRUELTY towards community animals or pets.
- Delhi Police act 1968, sections 73 to 79, 99 gives special powers to police to take action when an animal offence has been committed.
- Section 11 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act makes all animal cruelty a criminal offence. Fines and imprisonment are both provided for. The Indian Penal Code has similar provisions.
- The Animal Birth Control (Dog) Rules, 2001, enacted under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, provide for sterilization and vaccination as a means of stabilizing/reducing stray dog populations and eliminating the risk of rabies; and prohibits relocation of stray dogs, i.e. throwing, or driving them out of one area, into another. An order passed by the Supreme Court of India in this regard, which prohibits removal, dislocation or killing of all dogs.
- Under Stray Dog Management Rules 2001, IT IS ILLEGAL FOR AN INDIVIDUAL, RWA or estate management to remove or relocate dogs. The dogs have to be sterilized and vaccinated and returned to the same area. Vaccinated and sterilized dogs cannot be removed by the municipality too.
- Ministry of Public Grievances notification and a similar notification by Animal Welfare Board of India to PROVIDE IMMUNITY TO ANIMAL FEEDERS AND RESTRICT and restrict government employees or bodies such as Resident Welfare Associations SOCIETIES FROM HARASSING PEOPLE WHO FEED OR HELP ANIMALS.
- The Supreme Court of India gave a similar stay order against removal culling or dislocation of a dog anywhere in India.
*Article 51-A (g) states – ” It shall be duty of every citizen of India to protect & improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wildlife and to have compassion for living creatures.” So the animal lover is protected under the Constitution.
*Article 19 of the Constitution of India, deals with right to freedom and in this freedom comes the right to profession, occupation, trade and business which means that if someone has taken the caring of animals as his occupation, it is legal and he has every right to carry on with his occupation.
*Article 21 of the Constitution of India states the right to personal life and liberty. If someone wants to feed and provide shelter to dogs, he is at liberty to do so. He has the same right to liberty that the law provides to every citizen of India.