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Mox

Mox has become the strongest equine in our sanctuary and has a bit of a roving eye; he generally gets into fights, especially with Buddy, because of Hella. Being quite young, he tried to ...

Help comes in many forms and here is just another way AAA and our good people in Sydney - Paul Sillato, Mel and Yo from Surya [ Ethical Clothing] make great things happen for our rescued working ...

Retired life at Godawari Donkey Sanctuary

During the month of March a few resident donkeys at the Animal Nepal Sanctuary found themselves in the medical clinic getting so much needed care and ...

Bobby

Bobby is still the much loved dog of our office. As usual he resides happily at the head office of Animal Nepal with his two friends Bhangi and Chalky. He is basically a happy dog but lately ...

GODAWARI DONKEY SANCTUARY ONLY GETTING BETTER!

Badikhel, July 2016 - We are very much excited to announce that the renovation has finally started at Godawari Donkey Sanctuary. The renovation ...

Equine Updates:

Batuli
Starting with good news, Batuli has almost recovered from her leg infection problem that troubled her since last year. Due to her old age we definitely face problem while ...

Observations

This was Dr Singh Dinesh’s first visit to the resort as a veterinarian. There were five horses including their shelter. He saw two care takers, one girl and one boy. They were doing ...

Due to the embargo with India, drop in tourism and higher fuel costs a tourist venture that uses horses for trekking has hit hard times and can no longer afford to feed and look after their horses. ...

Constuction of the Much Awaited Isolation Unit is Over!

Animal Nepal is excited to announce that the construction of our isolation unit is finally over. Our team will be completing finishing touches ...

Isolation unit growing slow and steady despite the national crisis

Hard times for Nepal don’t seem to end so easily. The devastation from the Earthquake on April and now the ongoing Blockade for ...

Family of 18 happy equines and their one protective friend

  

This month our sanctuary looked beautiful as always with our 18 happy and healthy equines. August-September always comes with ...

This month we have got some great news to share. Rebuilding of Isolation unit is one of them. Our sanctuary in the April 25th earthquake didn't suffer much damage except destruction of the donkey's ...

EARTHQUAKE RELIEF FOR ANIMALS

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Summary

The earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday April 25 left a trail of devastation. Apart from ...

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All Creatures Great and Small

In 2014 we at Animal Nepal took a ‘giant’ leap by including working elephants in our programme. After stray dogs ...

The Survivors of the Turmoil

The killer earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, 2015, is still causing damage due to frequent aftershocks. This disaster is still not over and there might be a long ...

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