Free treatment of animals through mobile veterinary clinics in Vadodara district in the last year
The mobile veterinary dispensary in Vadodara district has completed one year. According to project coordinator Jaimil Dave, 39784 animals have been treated free of cost during this one year
The State Animal Husbandry Department in collaboration with GVK-EMRI has provided 108 like veterinary dispensaries across the state for the protection of animal health. 10 villages have been connected with a mobile animal dispensary which visits the hospital as per the schedule and provides free animal health care services. Veterinarians can call 1962 in case of urgency, emergency and get the health services of the mobile veterinary clinic in their area for their seriously ill or injured animal.
The mobile veterinary dispensary in Vadodara district has completed one year. According to project coordinator Jaimil Dave, 39784 animals have been treated free of cost during this one year.
In Vadodara district, 17 mobile veterinary dispensaries were started by the state government last year. A total of 39784 animals were treated in just one year after the launch, of which 36966 were treated during the schedule and 2818 during the emergency.
17 mobile veterinary clinics have been started in Nandesari, Sindhrot, Muwal in Padra, Kanbha in Saraswani Karjan, Karamadi, Anandi in Shinor, Vaniyad, Karnali in Dabhoi, Simlia, Amreshwar in Waghodia, Rajpura, Vemar in Savli, Valavav and Varsada in Champaner and Desar talukas.
As the knowledge of veterinary hospital services is increasing among the veterinarians and people in the area, people are taking advantage of this service to protect animal health. The purpose of this mobile veterinary hospital is to take care of the health of dairy farmers and big animals useful for farming.
The auspicious intention of the state government to start a mobile veterinary clinic is coming true. Areas where veterinary services are not available nearby have been selected for this hospital. Each of these vans has a veterinarian and an assistant cum driver treatment services. This mobile veterinary clinic is a testament to the state government's commitment to maintaining animal health with humans.