Veterinary Camp

Healthcare management of livestock is very essential during monsoon season as the climate change predisposes to infectious diseases and subsequent production failure in animals. North East monsoon that gives a good rainfall to northern parts of Tamil Nadu creates water stagnation and inundation in low lying areas.
Animals raised in such localities certainly need a health check up in order to protect them from production failure and mortality. It is the responsibility of Veterinarians to work in association with the Government in preventing diseases during every monsoon period.


In this context, Hurricane Vets Charitable Trust, Chennai had conducted two free veterinary camps one in Thatchur village , near Arni, Thiruvannamalai District on 9.10.2021 and the another one at Madhuraiperumathur village , near Polur of Thiruvannamalai District on 12.10.2021.
The Progromme was conducted in association with the Department of Animal Husbandry , Government of Tamil Nadu and Srinivasan Services Trust , Chennai. Nearly 169 cattle , 120 Sheep & Goats were treated in Thatchur village and 102 cattle, 174 Sheep & Goats in Madhuraiperumathur village.
Hurricane Vets Charitable Trust ( HVCT) , Chennai gratefully acknowledges the programme co-ordination by Dr.T.Pandian , Managing Trustee of HVCT. The participation and felicitation by Dr.John Samuel , Assistant Director , services rendered by Dr.Annalakshmi from Kamakoor Dispensary & Mr.Velmurugan , Livestock Inspector are acknowledged with gratitude. Further , we place on record , the participation of Dr.D.Raman , Assistant Director , Dr.Solai Prabhu from Vinamangalam Dispensary & Mr.Nagamani , Livestock Inspector. The programme arrangements and sponsorship of Srinivasan Services Trust , Padavedu region is immensely acknowledged. We thank Mr.Vadivel ( CDO ) , Mr.Sivaprakasam & Mrs.Rajalakshmi ( VDO ) from Srinivasan Services Trust who had co-ordinated the programme at the field level.
Our gratitude to the Board of Trustees, Hurricane Vets Charitable Trust for granting approval and necessary permission to conduct these veterinary camps.
Our Mission Continues………….

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