Noida hosts successful pet registration camp
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Noida hosts successful pet registration camp

During the camp, Officer on Special Duty, Shri Indu Prakash Singh, inspected pet registration

Noida hosts successful pet registration camp

Noida: A pet registration camp was organised on Saturday at Sector-104 ATS One Hamlet Society, Sector-39 R.W.A., Sector-40 R.W.A. and Sector-62 Prangan Apartment Society Noida by NGO M/s Guided Fortune Samity working under the Public Health Department of Noida Authority.

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During the camp, Officer on Special Duty, Shri Indu Prakash Singh, inspected all the pet registration camps. However, he found that very few people from the societies were coming to register their pet animals, which left him dissatisfied.

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Following this, he instructed the Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) and societies to conduct a survey and make a list of the pet animals present in their areas, specifying how many of them have been registered with the authorities and how many are yet to be registered. He also directed the concerned department to make a list of all the RWAs or societies that have held pet registration camps in the past.

Moreover, he ordered the authorities to identify households in these RWAs or societies that have not yet registered their pets. In case such households are found, appropriate legal action will be taken against them.

It is worth noting that on 12.12.2022, the Noida Authority issued a dog policy, mandating the registration of all pets located within its limits on the NAPR (Noida Authority Pet Reg.) app. The registration and renewal fee for pet animals in Noida Authority is Rs. 500/-. However, there is no fee for the registration of indigenous breed dogs.

The NAPR app also offers free anti-rabies vaccines along with 6 in 1 vaccine at selected agencies, including M/s Krishna Lifecare Veterinary Hospital in Sector-122, M/s Singh Pet Clinic in Sector-29, and M/s Maxvets Hospital Pvt. Ltd. in Sector-50 Noida, among others, as per the authority's instructions.

Aaditya
Aaditya
479 Days Ago
This is incorrect. The NAPR app/Noida authority is charging 500 registration fee even for Indian indigenous breed dogs. So if you have rescued one off the streets and saved the municipality the expense they would have incurred in ABC, vaccination for that dog, you still have to pay them registration fees for it.