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

AN’s continuous support in equine welfare pays off !! 


Lalitpur .Feb 2017-

On a sunny Saturday on18th February, Animal Nepal Equine outreach team reached New Bhairab Brick kiln at Damaitar-Harisiddi, Lalitpur district to conduct an educational programme for equine owners and equine handlers.

Animal Nepal Program Manager Kapil Kafle talked about the objective and benefits of the awareness/educational programme. The participants were very interactive and curious. They realized that a healthy equine would be beneficial for everyone’s individual interest.

Dr. Atish Yadav, veterinarian of the Equine Outreach Programme, discussed about equine health care and basic treatment. He stressed on the fact that by providing substantial food, drinking water, adequate rest time, proper shelter would result in better performance by the equines. He further explained all the methods effectively through sketching. Educational programme was informative and beneficial.

Equine owner Salman Ghosi explained his long association with Animal Nepal to all the participants. He said that Animal Nepal’s support has always been consistent and continuous in the field of equine welfare. At the New Bhairab Brick kiln, there are 39 equines working with two equine owners and 21 handlers looking after the equines. Equine owner Jalalu had come all the way from Nepalgunj and Salman Ghosi from Nanpara, India.

Animal Nepal team member Dr. Sajana Thapa, Para vets Tara Budhathoki, Santosh Gautam, Sijan Pokhrel and Mana Nepali were also present and talked about equine healthcare in this programme. Our Aim is to work towards the betterment of the working equines and the people looking after them!! Work towards a more compassionate partnership between animals and humans.



Education programme for equine owners and handlers


Lalitpur, February 2017 –

On February 4th 2017, Our dedicated team went to Chhampi Mai Brick kiln to conduct an awareness/education programme for the equine owners and handlers.

In Chhampi Mai Brick kiln, there are 59 working equines. There are four owners and 19 handlers who are taking care of the equines.

When our team went to collect the details concerning the condition of the equines, the handlers were keen to get involved and provide us with information regarding the equines.  Animal Nepal Program Manager Kapil Kafle briefed the owners and handlers about taking care and the better treatment of the equines. Senior veterinarian of Equine Outreach Programme, Dr. Atish Yadav talked about primary treatment and general  equine health.

Similarly, Dr. Sajana Thapa also gave advice regarding food and nutrition for the hard working equines. Animal Nepal’s para vets Tara Budhathoki, Santosh Gautam and Sijan Pokhrel talked about the importance of the well being of the equines which in turn would lead to more productivity.

Equine owners Kaiyum Shekh and Ajmod Shekh raised important questions related to care of working animals. All the participants: equine handlers/owners were satisfied and looked forward in implementing all the suggestions given to them by our team. They realized that that better treatment and healthier equines would be more beneficial for their work and committed themselves to better care for the equines.  This was followed by a medical checkup for all the sick equines and medication was administered where required. Our team was happy to get a positive response from the handlers and owners.

This is the first camp of this season. We started from a kiln having problem and helping them. More than 1000 equines work in brick factories in Kathmandu Valley, carrying bricks under tough conditions. This season Animal Nepal will be focusing on spreading awareness and educating the kiln owners/handlers on the improved treatment for the equines.