Lawan is a new treatment site for the mobile clinic. Camel owner Mukesh Dhobi approached CRC with a complaint that his camel has been getting gradually weaker and had not been eating for 4-5 days. They found that the condition of camel was very poor.
CRC treated the camel on the spot but the animal required more care and treatment regularly so they advised the camel owner to fetch camel at Camel Rescue Centre Bassi. The camel was not able to walk more than 3-4 km so the camel was transported by a loading van.
After proper clinical examination they noted that mucus membrane was pale in colour and the temperature was normal. Its condition was very poor so we suspected that camel was suffering from blood protozoan disease Trypnosomiasis.
Three days of continuous treatment, proper diet and rest improved the condition of the camel. Owner was very happy to see the better condition of his camel.
|S. No.||Name of Owner||No. of Animals||Date of Admission||Date of Release||Diagnosis||Days at CRC|
|1||Namonarayan||1||19.5.16||13.6.16||Unable to stand up||26|
|3||Mukesh Dhobi||1||29.6.16||1.7.16||Debality weakness||3|
|Total Animals Treatment at CRC|
|Total Camels Treatment||170|
|Total Other Animals Treatment||98|
|Monthly Animal treatment Camp Summary (13thJune)|
|Type of animals treated at CRC|
|Animals held at the start of the month||30|
|Admitted for treatment||2|
|Returned after treatment||2|
|Animals held at the end of the month||29|