CGS Hospital

At the DLF Foundation, we are committed to providing efficient healthcare for our furry friends. DLF Foundation supports subsidised and free treatment for stray animals at the Pasha Wing, the charitable wing of the CGS Hospital (A unit of CGS Charitable Trust).

During the lockdown period in 2020 as a result of the ongoing pandemic, we took care of street animals by providing fresh food to around 500 stray dogs twice a day across the city. During 2021-22 4,721 destitute dogs and cats were treated and 329 surgeries were conducted in the Pasha Wing. 1,658 vaccines were administered to strays and 638 cases were given radiological diagnostics, while 1,620 laboratory tests were done. These treatments were either free of cost or highly subsidised. Around 78,000 free meals were provided to strays in Gurugram. In April 2021, we launched a free ambulance service for destitute dogs and cats.

In August 2021, we introduced the blood transfusion programme in the Pasha Wing. Throughout the year, thousands of animals were treated, and hundreds rescued by our team of committed workers. Additionally, more than 21,000 street animals were vaccinated for free as part of the CGS Hospital vaccination drive.

During the financial year 2023-24, 3632 OPDs were undertaken, around 345 surgeries were conducted, 3175 vaccines were administered to stray animals. As part of tests, 1570 animal cases were given radiological treatments, and 1710 laboratory tests were done. These treatments were offered either free of cost or at highly subsidized rates on a case-to-case basis.

To further support the coexistence between humans and street animals, we also run awareness programs where we inform pet parents, school children and general audiences about pet care, zoonotic diseases and how to behave around street animals.

Over the years, CGS Hospital veterinarians have actively participated in numerous national and international veterinary training and conferences and have won several appreciation awards. CGS also received the award for Best Multi-Speciality Hospital of the Year 2019 by World Health Care Achievers Ltd.

Additionally, during the financial year 2022-23, a Physiotherapy Centre was created at the CGS Hospital in Gurugram. The Physiotherapy Centre is providing therapeutic care for performance enhancement, treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, and enhancement of quality of life for animals with degenerative conditions.

To ensure the availability of quality medical care for small animals in Delhi, this year a new branch of the CGS Hospital was established in Sarojini Nagar in partnership with the DLF Foundation. The new veterinary care centre in Delhi has been equipped to offer surgical care, diagnostic services, daycare, and grooming services, and also has a separate OPD and IPD for dogs and cats. It has a dedicated team of experienced veterinary doctors alongside an in-house pharmacy and pet store as part of the facility. This facility is expected to serve around 5000 cats and dogs in a year in an endeavour to support the healthcare needs of animals in Delhi.

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All Creatures Great and Small

DLF Foundation has partnered with All Creatures Great and Small (ACGS), an NGO working in the space of animal welfare, to provide shelter, medical and nutritional care to animals in distress. Over the financial year 2022-23, around 7980 animals were supported in the form of 6143 free IPDs, 1083 free OPDs, 340 free animal surgeries, free X-Rays to 309 animals and USG(Ultrasound) was provided to 105 animals. A total of 274 animals were added to the ACGS Shelter during the financial year 2022-23.

In the current financial year, 2023-24, 9972 animals were supported in the form of 8204 free IPDs, 644 free OPDS, 542 free animal surgeries, 281 free X-Rays and USG(Ultrasound) was provided. A total of 302 animals have been added to ACGS Shelter during the current financial year 2023-24.