Relentless cars, mean streets and a smog cover that is sadly becoming a city characteristic, Delhi has many woes for men and dogs alike. Almost every day somewhere in the capital or adjoining satellite cities, you may come across a helpless dog limping or needing medical attention, not to forget the abandoned pets.A little help from you, a call, a ride to the nearest shelter may be the difference between life and death for the injured. Want to help but not sure how? Here’s a list of emergency animal helplines in Delhi NCR to rescue an animal in need.
Emergency Animal helplines in Delhi NCR
Here’s a list of dog NGO in Delhi -animals shelters and veterinary hospitals to help animals in need. You may also reach out to them for pet adoption, help foster or adopt abandoned dogs or to seek medical care for stray animals.
1.Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre (SGACC)
Delhi’s largest animal shelter and facility for rescue, treatment and rehabilitation of stray dogs and injured animals. It runs an ambulance, clinic, and serves as a holding centre for animals of cruelty cases.
Address: Near Shivaji College &
Delhi Home Guards Head Office,
Raja Garden, New Delhi – 110027.
Phone: 011-25447751 / 25448062
2.Tis Hazari Veterinary Hospital
The first 24*7 government animal care hospital in Delhi. It is functional in three shifts – 8 am to 2 pm, 2 pm to 8 pm and 8 pm to 8 am.
runs a low-cost sterilization and vaccination centre for pets and strays. They also organise pup adoption and anti-Rabies camps.
Address: C9/7, Masudpur Village, Badam Singh Market,
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Delhi – 110070.
Phone: +91 1800 11 5737
5. Animal India Trust
has a clinic to assist with first aid, vaccination and immunization. They also have a street dog Animal birth control unit at Tughlaqabad Veterinary Hospital.
Address: Jal Vihar, Colony Gate No. 3,
Near Jal Vihar Bus Terminal,
Lajpat Nagar I, Delhi – 110024
Phone: 93138 84347, 98112 52592, 011-5566 9924
6. Sophie Memorial Animal Relief Trust
cares for the old, disabled and special needs dogs. They also have a pet care clinic and a part of the proceeds go towards stray animal welfare.Founded by Kaveri Rana Bhardwaj, Sophie Memorial Animal Relief Trust, rescues and treats disabled animals, particularly dogs.
Address: SMART Sanctuary, B 141, Block D,
Omicron II, Greater Noida – 201310
Phone: 91 70427 23301
7. All Creatures Great and Small (ACGS), Faridabad
is a sanctuary set in a rural setting in Village Silakharito (Haryana) to help animals. They have provisions for animal birth control, shelter and treatment.They help rescue stray, old, sick, blind or abandoned animals, both large and small, who have been victims of abuse, cruelty or accidents and cannot survive on their own. Since ACGS has an open sanctuaryfor outside visitors, local villagers and volunteers to educate people in animal husbandry and organic sustainable farming practices – it helps allow children and adults to get over their fear of dogs and other animals by creating safe spaces.
Address: Village Silakhari, P.O. Dhauj
Tehsil & District Faridadad – 121004
Phone: +91 99103 08374
Perhaps the oldest animal shelter in Delhi NCR, Friendicoes SECA cares for the homeless and injured animals. They also operate an ambulance service for animals in distress and an emergency clinic for pets.
helps to rescue and rehabilitate abused Indian/Pedigree dogs. They have a mobile clinic for treating minor wounds, deworming, broken limbs and maggots.Their website seems to have been hacked. We will update the contact information as soon as we get confirmation. Meanwhile, you may reach out to them on FB Messenger: https://m.me/544947332351214 or Facebook.
13. Moti Bagh veterinary hospital, Delhi
runs OPD services 8 AM to 8 PM every weekday (Sundays and Holidays – 9 AM- 12 PM)
Address: Shantipath Road, Near Safdarjung Railway Station, Moti Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 110023
Please try to wait till the help arrives or if possible, drop the animal to the shelter. Kindly always ensure to follow up with the respective NGO/shelter on the dog’s condition and ensure that post-rehabilitation, they release the dog in the same area where he was rescued from.