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Badly kept dogs in pet shop in Trivandrum

02 Jan 2010 | by anne | Posted in: Wag News

I was in tirvandrum for my holidays this dec. one day while roaming around i came across a pet shop in poojapura ,trivandrum . i went inside to buy a ball for my dog . inside i saw all kinds of pets like the fish, love birds , rabbits etc. in  a dark corner were 4 puppies all almost lifeless. they had 2 poms 1 german shepard and a very small dobberman no more than a couple of weeks old. they were all kept in metal cages wih no padding beneath. on enquiring as to why they have beee kept in such a manner , they said that this is the way dogs are kept in pet shops. 

If anybody can tell me how to take action against such people who have no concern for life and are only concerned with money pls let me know.


This is bad - If they are registered with KCI - KCI must take the responsibilty to do so or inform the local police station or animal department regarding the illegal trades. Iam forming an association soonly which is going to take such strict steps against animal cruelist and illegal breeders or scammers.
For details email me at - aifba.support@gmail.com

By: Digbijoy | 04 Jan 2010

KCI do not register Pet Shop and there is no way KCI shall take responsibility.

By: Rana Atheya | 04 Jan 2010

Dr Saurabh
can anybody pls tell me of what things do KCI ever takes responsibility.wrong papers,fraud deal,wrong microchip,KCI does not moderate anythg. it just affiliates kennel clubs and organises dog shows.that is their only work...

By: Dr Saurabh | 04 Jan 2010

Anil @ DoggiesDude
First the duty of an animal lover comes into picture. Say if i were in your position i would have spoken to the shop owner about the condition. You should have reasoned with him.
Sections 428 and 429 of the Indian Penal Code make it illegal to cause injury to any animal with a monetary value greater than Rs 10.The Code also makes it illegal for cars to purposefully injure or kill dogs, cats and cows on the street. Offenders can be reported to the local animal protection group and police station and a case filed under the above-referenced sections. Punishment is a fine of Rs 2000 and/or a jail term of up to five years.
Hence one should IMMEDIATELY report such incidents to the Police and have some action done. Unfortunately Police is also not aware of such codes as hardly anyone reports to them.
DigBijoy said that KCI should stand against this. KCI does not has huge funds to maintain staff and office in every city/town of India. Citizen should also do their bit and not just depend upon any organisation to act.
So let us standup against this and do our bit.Every step taken brings the destination closer by a step. Such incident can be checked only by people awareness.

By: Anil @ DoggiesDude | 04 Jan 2010

Hello Anil well said, I am ready tu fund any organization that will do this - No problem for me to fund 1-5 lakhs rupees for these good cause. I appeal to others also please join me and donate to an organization or help to make an organization and donate in it so that it can help the poor doggies.

By: Digbijoy | 04 Jan 2010

Anil @ DoggiesDude
Anne>> You tried to explain the person but language was a barrier. Do not feel guilt so deeply. Now you know what to do, be bold next time and see what big difference you can make. All the best

By: Anil @ DoggiesDude | 18 Jan 2010

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