09 August 2012

What it would take to deworm vafa dogs?

>>> Friday August 3rd, was a busy day. We stopped in town and picked up the usual food for the mothers and the nursing puppies. We were the first people to arrive at VAFA and started with the preparation of the food.

We had some tea and biscuits, and then started working. We fed the mothers and puppies and by the time we were done, people started to arrive.

We organized them in teams and started caring for the dogs by giving them a shot, two to three pills, and tick medication. Each dog was sprayed with a bright color (it was actually anti-infection spray) so they could be identified as having been treated. It was a long day and we must have taken care of at least 200 dogs.

Sheyda & vafa team

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