Advocacy in Thimphu Dzongkhag
RSPCA completed the advocacy on Animal Welfare Awareness and Waste Management programme in Thimphu Dzongkhag. We covered 11 Schools (Yangchen Ghasel MSS, Hontsho PS, Debsi HS, Kuzhugchen MSS, Khasadrapchu MSS, Sisina PS, Bjimina PS, Tshaluna PS, Yum Thuji Zam Charity PS, Wangbama CS and Genekha LSS).
Total of 3,436 students and teachers were sensitized. RSPCA would like to thank the Dzongkhag Education Officer(DEO) for Madam's strong and continuous support throughout the advocacy, NEC and Jangsa. All the teachers and students for giving us your valuable time.
An Auspicious New Year for RSPCA
RSCPA launches its website:
Formation of Animal Lovers Club
At Thimphu Primary School
At ELC School
Students from Thimphu Primary School visits the "House of Downtrodden" for a tour.
Formation of Our Club at ELC High School
Emma And Her Pet Project
The RSPCA Shelter is finally going under renovation. Currently we have completed fencing the surrounding area and cementing the kitchen area. The contractors are now working on building the parking lot and fixing the drainage system.
Sterilization Of New Member dogs at the Shelter- House for the Down Trodden (Serbithang)
Five dogs were sterilized on 6th August of which 3 were female and other 2 males. Three more dogs were sterilized the other day of which 1 was female and other 2 were males. The dogs that underwent Sterilizations are all doing well and they are active as usual.
Thank you Humane Society International and National Veterinary Hospital for your unending support.
First Ever Fostered Pet
A resident from Thimphu have volunteered to foster a puppy named “Baby” from our shelter for the very first time. She and her daughter has agreed to give “Baby” a home to care, love and attention he needs for 10 days and "Baby" will be back to shelter. This is our first foster and we hope that many Animal lovers will come forward to give such humane attention to the animals hereafter.
RSPCA expresses our heartfelt gratitude to all those animal lovers across the country.
Updates on shelter renovation
The ongoing work on shelter renovation and repair is nearing to its completion. Following renovation works are under good progress till date;
Drain for existing kitchen
Concrete Foot path leading to the shelter from the entrance gate.
RSPCA shelter Sign Board, Painting work under process.
Single Water tape.
Gravelling and soiling the shelter parking lot in front the entrance gate.
RTC Students Visits The House For The Down Trodden
Advocacy tour to South and Eastern Bhutan
WORLD RABIES DAY
Advocacy on Animal Welfare at Etho Metho Primary School
Advocacy on Animal Welfare at Little Dragon School
Today RSPCA with Jangsa Animal Saving Trust and National Veterinary Hospital went to Little dragons school to Advocate on Animal Welfare, vegetarianism, how to avoid biting dogs, first aid and to also understand from the Dogs point of view. Mr. Tshering Dorji and his team conveyed the message through the Theater act and interactive sessions, making it fun and communicate the message.
We are very grateful to Little Dragon School for such a wonderful opportunity and for introducing us to this young group that are animal advocates in the making and are going to make a difference in the lives of needy animals.
The response from the children were amazing.
Advocacy on Animal Welfare at Sunshine School
Today morning, The team from RSPCA, Jangsa Animal Saving Trust and National Veterinary Hospital headed towards Sunshine school where we got to meet with lots of animal lovers. The school started the day with national anthem and we started off with our advocacy plan.
Our Energetic and fun loving Mr. Tshering Dorji and his team conveyed the message through the Theater act and interactive sessions for proper understanding. Towards the end, we were very surprised to get a performance by the children.
Thank you Sunshine School for having us today and for the wonderful time.
Angay The rescued Dog
All these wonderful paintings, the sales proceeds goes to RSPCA , thank you BhutanBikeWear for your wonderful soul
Katsho Lower Secondary School
Chundu Army Welfare Public School
Advocacy and CNVR Program at Paro Dzongkhag.
RSPCA in collaboration with Department of Livestock and Paro Dzongkhag Veterinary Hospital started its Dog population Management, anti-rabies vaccination and awareness campaign in Paro Dzongkhag for two weeks. The campaign started on 20th of May and will end on 30th May. Advocacy program covered in 29 schools in coordination with the District Education Officer.
This activity is funded by European Union and HELVETAS Swiss Intercorporation, Bhutan.
On 20th May 2019
RSPCA team kick started the advocacy programme in Khangu MSS and Woochu LSS. More than 700 students were advocated on dog population management, anti-rabies vaccination and created awareness on dog bites and canine related diseases.
Advocacy in Khangu MSS
Advocacy in Woochu LSS.
21-22nd May 2019
The advocacy programme on animal welfare, how to avoid dog bits and dog sterilization campaign at Paro by RSPCA team accompanied by Dzongkhag education Officer covered 8 schools (Drugyel LSS, Wangsel Institude, Gonitshawa PS, Ramchetsekha PS, Shari HSS, Doeteng LSS, Olathang PS and Lango MSS) and reacged to more than 2700 students. Simultaneously, the RSPCA team in Collaboration with DoL sterilized 58 dogs and 13 cats.
Advocacay at Olathang PS
27-28th May 2019
Advocacy team covered 7 Schools ( Dawakha LSS, Wanakha CS, Bitekha MSS, Isuna PS, Shaba HSS, Shaba PS, and K.Gangri PS and reached to 1726 students and 103 teachers. Simultaneously, the RSPCA team in collaboration with DoL and Paro Dzongkhag Veterinary Hospital Sterilized 12 cats and 84 dogs.
Advocacy at Shaba HS
29th May-1st June 2019
Advocacy team covered 9 Schools (Utpal HSS, Utpal PS, Drugyel HSS, Yoedzerling PS, Goupel LSS, Taju PS, Thugsel PS, Karma Academy, Royal Academy) and reached to 2940 students and 90 teachers. Simultaneously, the RSPCA team in collaboration with DoL and Paro Dzongkhag Veterinary Hospital Sterilized 3 cats and 77 dogs.
Sterilization & Vaccination Campaign, Paro
Advocacy team covered 26 Schools in Paro Dzongkhag and sensitized to more than 8066 students. The Sterilization team have sterilized 219 Dogs and 33 cats in 11 working Days.Advocacy team covered 26 Schools in Paro Dzongkhag and sensitized to more than 8066 students. The Sterilization team have sterilized 219 Dogs and 33 cats in 11 working Days.
Advocacy at Wangdue
Advocacy on animal welfare, how to avoid dog bites and Mass Dog Sterilisation & anti rabies vaccination campaign in Wangdue Phodrang Dzongkhag
04th June, 2019
Our advocacy team accompanied by Chief Dzongkhag Education Officer and the Regional Veterinary Officer kick started the programme with Bajo HSS, Wangdi PS, Tencholing PS and Rinchengang PS where more than 2000 students and 200 teachers were reached.
Simultaneously our sterilization team lead by the District Veterinary Officer sterilized 21 dogs from Bajo Town.
8th June, 2019The advocacy on animal welfare awareness programme and Community Animal Birth Control (CABC) programme in Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag completed successfully with full support from the Dzongkhag.
The advocacy team have successfully reached 20 schools and one Shedra for the awareness on animal welfare and sensitized to more than 4900 students and 300 teachers.
Sterilization & Vaccination Campaign, Bajo
The sterilization team have sterilized a total of 130 dogs and a cat with the support from Wangdi District Veterinary Hospital.
We would like to thank Dasho Dzongda, Dzongkhag Education Officers, Dzongkhag Livestock Officer and Dzongkhag Veterinary Officer for your warm support.
The Project is funded by European Union, Helvetas Swiss Intercoporation, Bhutan. @ Wangdiphodrang
Advocacy and Mass Dog Sterilization in Punakha Dzongkhag.
The advocacy on animal welfare and Community Animal Birth Control (CABC) Programme in Punakha Dzongkhag started with support from Punakha Dzongkhag on 10th June, 2019. Our advocacy team accompanied by Dzongkhag Deputy Education Officer kick started the programme with Goenshari PS, kabesa MSS and Logodama PS where more than 580 students and 35 teachers were reached. Simultaneously our sterilization team lead by the District Veterinary Officer sterilized 27 dogs from Dzomlingthang, Changyul, Police camp and Hospital area.
Advocacy at Goenshari PS, Kabesa MS & Logodama PS.
Sterilization Campaign from Dzomlingthang, Changyul, Police camp & Hospital area.
11th and 12th June, 2019
our advocacy team accompanied by Dzongkhag Deputy Education Officer, reached 8 Schools (Bjibjokha LSS, Nawakha PS, Shegana LSS, Khuruthang MSS, Walathang PS, Mendhagang PS, Tashidingkha CS & Tshochasa PS) sensitising 1709 students and 155 teachers on animal welfare and Community Animal Birth Control (CABC) & sterilization team sterilized 46 dogs and 2 cats in the last two days from Dzong, Shedra, Dratshang, Nursery, Khuruthang, veg market and VTI area.
On 15th June,2019
The advocacy on animal welfare awareness programme and Community Animal Birth Control (CABC) programme in Punakha Dzongkhag completed successfully with full support from the Dzongkhag.
The advocacy team have successfully reached 17 schools for the awareness on animal welfare and sensitized to more than 4600 students and 200 teachers and support staffs.
The sterilization team have sterilized a total of 143 dogs and 2 cats with the support from Punakha District Veterinary Hospital.
We would like to thank Dasho Dzongda, Dzongkhag Education Officers and Dzongkhag Veterinary Officer for your warm support.
The Project is funded by European Union, Helvetas Swiss Intercoporation, Bhutan @ Punakha
RSPCA family would like to join the nation to wish
Her Majesty the Queen Mother,
Gyalyum Tshering Yangdön Wangchuck
(Patron) a joyous 60th birthday.
We would like to pay our deepest respect, heartfelt gratitude and prayers for Her Majesty's good health and long life.
RSPCA would like to thank Aum Deki Rabgye for her generous donation of nu.20,000/- for our shelter animals. We are greatful to her for making a difference in the lives of our animals🙏. Thank you for your Support🙏.
On 20/07/2019, we were accompanied by 18 volunteers, taking their time out to help us beautify our shelter home, located in serbithang. The weather itself was in our favor, which made us easier to work without any difficulties. Moreover, the team work within ourselves was the best part of the day. Environment was filled with laughter and commitment to gift our downtrodden a clean and beautiful surrounding. RSPCA is grateful to all the volunteers for working selflessly for the benefit of these downtrodden.