WANTED: Veterinarian (2 Position) with a passion for animal welfare

Do you feel passionate about animals?

Do you have at least 3 years’ experience in treating dogs?

Do you know how to conduct surgeries, including birth control surgeries?

Do you have good communication and management skills?

Then you might be the candidate we are looking for!

Animal Nepal runs a humane dog management project focusing mainly on Lalitpur district. Through Animal Birth Control ./ Anti Rabies (ABC/AR) the population is managed humanely. A Mobile Response Team treats and rescues sick and injured dogs. Specialized and longer term care is provided at the Chobar Animal Sanctuary. All interventions are based on education and mobilisation of communities.

  • Coordinate Animal Nepal’s project for humane dog management
  • Monitor staff and volunteer activity on site
  • Diagnose and treat sick and injured dogs
  • Communicate with stakeholders
  • Conduct education and mobilization sessions whenever needed
  • Consult with and report to Directors
  • Write regular detailed reports
  • Initiate self-education in animal rights, surgery, treatment, communication techniques, and any other subjects that are essential to carrying out the job

Main skills needed: Compassion, up to date diagnoses, treatment and surgery skills, communication and reporting skills, management skills

Special conditions: Animal Nepal has a vegetarian policy.  Staff are required to work during Dasain or Tihar.

Salary: Depending on experience and skills. Contract initially for 3 months.

How to apply: Send us your motivation letter and CV at animalnepal@gmail.com

Deadline: June 15, 2017

Starting date: ASAP

Anti -rabies vaccination camp at Bhutkhel

Kathmandu-
Our Humane Dog Management Programme has been involved in anti-rabies vaccination, CTVT treatment, community education programmes and CNVR programmes to all the dogs. So, on 5th May, 2017, Animal Nepal team to the field and vaccinated 36 stray dogs (32 male and 4 female) in Bhutkhel, Toudaha, Kirtipur Municipality Kathmandu.
AN program manager Kapil Kafle, Veterinarian Sunil Thapa, Communication officer Nirmal Sharma, Vet technician Gautam Khetri, Kushal B.C and Oshin Tamang, dog catcher Mohan Maharjan and assistant Hari Chaudhary worked hard on a warm sunny day at the camp.
The team was supported by local community people. They were actively coordinating with our team. Besides vaccinating 36 dogs from these areas, some dogs were treated for various skin diseases.
Our vaccination camp was very successful. Animal Nepal would also like to thank the local people of vicinity who were very caring and kind towards animals in their area and were extremely supportive towards our programme. A big thank you to the Humane Dog Management Programme team and especially to the local community for making the programme a great success.

A workshop on wound management and distribute first-aid kits

Lalitpur,March 2017-
On a rainy Saturday on 22nd April 2017, Animal Nepal arranged a workshop on Wound Management and to distribute first-aid kits to relevant stakeholders/equine owners at Godawari Donkey Sanctuary, Lalitpur.
AN Executive Director Uttam Kafle discussed about equine health care and basic treatment of wounds and injury. He explained that by providing substantial food, drinking water, adequate rest time, and proper shelter would definitely result in better performance by the equines. The programme was informative and beneficial.
Our Equine outreach Programme Co-ordinator Dr Atish Yadav and vet Sajana Thapa shared ideas about wound management and imparted knowledge with the equine owners.
Interact with the equine owners on the importance of keeping the sick equines separately, an isolation unit for the sick and wounded equines should be set up with appropriate situation. Equine owner Shaized Kasgar explained that Animal Nepal’s support has always been consistent and continuous in the field of equine welfare. Similarly, Abdul Hassian told the every owner’s concern how to save animals from wound and injury but their careless already delete of mind.
The programme was conducted inside a donkey isolation home as it was raining. We found that the participants were still enthusiastic and enjoyed the programme.
Programme manager Kapil Kaphle briefed the owners regarding the wound management programme and the benefits of the programme.
We were pleased to see the interest and excitement amongst the 27 equine owners regarding our work. The participants were very interested. They realized that a healthy equine would be beneficial for everyone’s individual interest.
Equine owners were happy and receptive with the knowledge provided. They realized that a woundless leads to a healthier equine.
Next, Dr. Atish and his team exhibiting how to use First Aid Kits to injured equines as demonstration. Unfortunately, some equines may be suffering from wound. “When the equine suffering from wound by any reason or injury, immediately used to practice of first aid treatments simple way of method.” said Dr.Atish Yadav.
Similarly, our team distributed First Aid Kits to them each other. First Aid Kits for the equines to each of the equine owner to encourage them to be able to treat their working equines for small infection and injuries. First Aid and timely treatment can save lives of many animals. We realized that equine owners can handle several cases of minor wounds and injuries.
We are sure that this will be very helpful for the working equines in emergency.
Animal Nepal team member Para vets Tara Budhathoki, Santosh Gautam and Mana Nepali were also present and talked about equine healthcare. Journalist Puspajyoti Dhungana,Care taker Santa Bahadur Shrestha and Masini Maya Shrestha also participated, Tsering Sherpa students from St. Xavier were the enthusiastic participants in this programme.
Our work, this season will be focusing on mobile clinics, organizing workshops for the equine owners and handlers, implementing education and evidence based outreach. Animal Nepal strives to for a healthy equine population.
At Animal Nepal we believe, interaction is the key!! We would like to thank The Donkey Sanctuary for their support.