Click on the hotspots to read about our facilities. Learn more about sponsoring a kennel and other ways to help TOLFA grow.

Puppy House

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Between 20 and 40 puppies are always undergoing treatment or waiting for new homes. Constructed and added to over many years from the first wall in 2006 to new kennels in 2013. Building Sponsored by: Bob & Maureen Crafer, Sue Bretherton, Robyn Irons, Serena Schellenburg, Linda Horton & Sue Burraston.


Mange & Paralysed Animal Yard

20 Kennels with individual outside yards for the treatment of dogs with Mange who benefit so much from the healing sun. Built in 2014, kindly sponsored by Animal Defence Trust. We have a very good success rate at rehabilitating partially paralysed dogs. Often time in a quiet area to gain their strength and easy access to food is all that is required. Original building sponsored by Valerie White Memorial Trust.

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to see before and after examples of TOLFA’s work with dogs with severe mange.


Small & Large Animal Operation Theatres

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Our Operation Theatres not Lush only are the hub of our spay/neuter project, but also of life saving accident and emergency rescue surgeries. Kindly Sponsored by Peter Maloney in memory of his wife Chantal.


Rescue & Care Kennels

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60 individual kennels for the care of our rescued dogs. Every day of the year these kennels are filled to overflowing with animals in need. Built in 2007 and sponsored by Kay Duchess of Hamilton and Ajmer Municipal Corporation.


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Rescue & Care Kennels

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40 individual kennels for the care of our rescued dogs. Every day of the year these kennels are filled to overflowing with animals in need.


Cow Shade

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For the 40-50 cows we always have in our care the Cow Shade is not only a place of medical treatments but also one of sanctuary and shelter. Originally built with assistance from Valerie White Memorial Trust, Ajmer Kutta Shala, Barbara Webb & Jim Pearson and also in memory of Joan Miriam Newman then updated with a stronger shade structure in 2013 by Betty & Bernard Davidson Charitable Trust.


Calf Shade

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Built in 2014 and kindly sponsored by many individuals and businesses in Pushkar and Ajmer, the calf shade is a place of calm and quiet for our smaller residents to recover and receive the nurturing care necessary.


Education Centre & Offices

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Education is the only way to effect long term change in attitudes. Our education centre sees children come to learn about animal welfare and how to avoid contracting rabies. Sponsored by The Dogs Trust, Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust, Petplan and Katy Horton.


Quarantine

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10 individual kennels housing dogs with infectious illnesses such as distemper and hepatitis which are all too common in India. Building completed in 2012 kindly sponsored by Betty & Bernard Davidson Charitable Trust.


Staff Accomodations

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Providing housing for 4 families and enabling us to have staff on site 24/7 to offer emergency care and support any animal that needs cheap mlb jerseys round the clock care. Completed in 2009 and partially sponsored by Uttam Nepal and Ross Quinn and The Animal Defence Trust.


Cattery

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Our cattery was opened in 2015 to house the increasing number of cats brought to TOLFA for attention. The cats stay in a large communal space with individual pens for critical care patients. Sponsored by Sue Bretherton and Luna & friends from Portugal.


Equine Shade

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Once their working life is over due to injury donkeys and horses often end up at TOLFA seeking shelter, sanctuary and a place to live out the rest of their days. Built in memory of TOLFA supporter & Cheap Jerseys animal lover Caitriona O’Leary in 2014.


Drop-in Clinic for Local Residents

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Built in 2013 under sponsorship of the Betty & Bernard Davidson Charitable Trust, our dispensary is home to our FREE daily clinic for animals of rural people and also our clinics for animals with owners the funds from which go directly into supporting the free clinics.


Rescue Vehicle

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Our rescue vehicles are on the road 365 days a year rescuing sick and injured animals. Depending on the severity of the problem, the animal will either receive on-the-spot treatment, or be brought back to the hospital for further care. Currently we attend 20-30 rescues per day, predominantly of dogs, cows, cats and donkeys. Sponsored by WSPA, Jean Sainsbury Trust & The Marchig Trust. Rescue Vehicle 1 (photo): Kindly sponsored by the Dhawan family in memory of Mr Rajesh Dhawan. Rescue Vehicle 2 (photo): Kindly sponsored in loving memory of Ishwari Devi Punjabi.


ABC Kennels

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This specially built block of 21 kennels house street dogs that are part of our sterilisation and rabies eradication programme. A few days after their operation & vaccination they are returned to that spot that they were picked up. Funded by a grant from Dog’s Trust Worldwide.


RAH Mobile Clinic Vehicle

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Our Rural Animal Health Mobile Clinic visits 24 remote and outlying villages on a two-week rotation. Treatments are given to the working animals of the rural poor such as goats and buffalo, although we also Wholesale NFL Jerseys treat other animals in need in the village. Begun in 2015 the Mobile Clinic treated over 18,000 animals in the first year of operation. They would have had very limited access to veterinary services previously. Kindly sponsored by SPANA.


Mange Mobile Scooter

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TOLFA uses a lot of resources and valuable kennel space on dogs suffering from severe mange; recovery often takes many weeks. Our Mange Mobile works to address mange in dogs before it becomes so bad they require hospitalisation. Every day TOLFA staff go out on the scooter to treat dogs with the first signs of this debilitating condition. Ongoing costs are kindly sponsored by Karma Clothing.