2023 CALENDAR – VOSD SAVES INDIA's DOGS
Size – 8 inches x 8 inches
Dear patrons, friends, and dog lovers,
It is the end of 2022 and all of us are looking forward to a new beginning in 2023. We are back with our annual offering of a meticulously crafted 2023 desk calendar just for you. Our calendar encapsulates VOSD's passion for helping stray dogs and abandoned pet dogs and all the services we have especially packaged, just for them.
Growth and expansion have been the very essence of VOSD since its inception. We started out with one man and his dogs; by and by we became a bunch of men and women who care for hundreds of dogs.
This year also we actualised several new dog-welfare projects; and our 2023 calendar is an attempt to outline some of the VOSD initiatives, new and old.
In September 2022, we launched the VOSD mobile Clinic, as part of which, we have been going around the city of Bangalore providing basic treatment to stray and pet dogs; we resumed our rescue work, in collaboration with Sinhgad Animal Welfare (SAW) Charitable Trust, in the city of Pune; we heralded our 'Pay it forward' campaign for special needs dogs, and continued our work on VOSD's flagship anti-rabies project, among others.
This is a hard copy calendar that is shipped only in India. All proceeds from the sales of our calendar will go towards the care of hundreds of blind, paralysed, senior, and special needs dogs at the VOSD Sanctuary & Hospital.
The calendar encompasses the quintessence of our sanctuary, the spirit of our beloved dogs and the ingenuity of our people. The beautifully designed calendar will not only inspire you to uphold the cause of dog welfare but also serve as a great decor item in your home or office.
Purchase your copy today, and unite with us in being the powerful ‘Voice of Stray Dogs'. As the New Year dawns, we hope it is filled with the promises of a brighter tomorrow that will bring good health, success and joy to you and all your loved ones. Happy New Year!
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