On the to-do list before the end of 2022, among the gifts or responsibilities that must be fulfilled, neutering the pets in the house cannot be forgotten. The Regional Institute for Animal Protection and Welfare (IDPYBA) provided 2,200 free shifts from December 1 to December 22 for tiers 1, 2 and 3 in the Animal Care Unit.
“We know that there is a time when we all make an effort to be with the family, fulfilling different duties and responsibilities, and we must not forget our responsibility for the health of our pets, considering that neutering saves lives,” said Adriana Estrada, director of IDPYBA.
“All sterilizations performed by IDPYBA are free of charge for dogs and cats (males and females) living in tiers 1, 2 and 3, and animals in street or barn conditions,” Estrada added.
In addition, he stated: “Neutering helps prevent disease and reduce overpopulation in vulnerable conditions.”
i remembered this These sterilizations will be for cats and dogs over the age of three months and in the case of dogs it is important to present an up-to-date vaccination card.
On the day of the event, dogs must be on a leash and on a leash (muzzle for nervous animals and special breeds) and cats must be taken in a protected crate. Additionally, wear an Elizabethan collar and a blanket to prevent the animal from licking the post-operative wound.
To access the service, you can enter any Cade and Super Cade where IDPYBA is located (SuperCades Américas, Manitas, Bosa y Suba or Cades La Victoria, Santa Helena and Fontibón), as well as dial the IDPYBA user service phone number. (6477117).
4,500 visits and 550 animals detained in Bogotá in 2022
Following the report on alleged acts of animal abuse involving physical violence, neglect and abandonment, the Bogotá Regional Institute for Animal Protection and Welfare (IDPYBA) Various actions were taken that allowed the conditions of the pets to be verified and subsequently rescued in different parts of the city.
“The daily deployment of the District with the authorities for the rescue and assessment of animals has allowed us to show that most cases of alleged ill-treatment are due to people’s ignorance of responsible ownership; enduring pedagogical actions, awareness and civic culture”, said Adriana Estrada, director of IDPYBA.
In this sense, the Regional Institute for Animal Protection and Welfare detailed that 4,500 visits and 550 animal captures were made during the year.
One of the cases handled recently by the IDPYBA Anti-Persecution Team occurred in the Centro Usme neighborhood of the town of Usme, where two dogs were found in deficient health. Both dogs showed behaviors of submission and fear, but their owners also lacked veterinary medical care, vaccination and deworming support.
In addition, in the recent work of the Inspection and Surveillance team in company with the Anti-Cruelty Team, the Mayor’s Office and the Police Department, approximately 40 animals were valued at two commercial enterprises and recommendations were left for continuing the warranty. their safety. health.
The Regional Institute for Animal Protection and Welfare noted that close to 90% of verification visits by the Anti-Cruelty Team were about the neglect of people who have pets.
“During these visits, assessments of five areas of animal welfare are made to determine the status of individuals. After the situation has been extensively analyzed by the professionals, it is determined whether the concept is positive, pending or negative.”
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