This is the first day of sterilization arising from the campaign #Al100 cares and loves you with all of your being, carried out by The University of the Valley of Mexico.
The Veterinary Hospital of the University of the Valley of Mexico held its first day of sterilization with the campaign #Al100 cares and loves you with all of your being, to sterilize 100 dogs and cats in the street, from nine animal protectors of the City of Mexico, which are coordinated by the Foundation, Humane Society International.
The day of sterilization was inaugurated by the Executive Director of Humane Society International, Lic Anton Aguilar, an assistant solicitor for Environmental Protection of the city of Mexico, Lic Leticia Mejía Hernández, vice-chancellor of National Health and UVM, Dr. Simone Sato, the Executive Director of the Veterinary Hospital at UVM, Mtra. Claudia Jamaica, and the Director of the Foundation Laureate, Dr. Carlos Barber Kuri.
During the start of the day of sterilization, the Mtra. Claudia Jamaica, explained that this was the first day of sterilization arising from the campaign #Al100 cares and loves you with all of your being, carried out by The University of the Valley of Mexico.
During two days, will be sterilized 50 dogs in the first day and 50 cats on the second day. The surgeries began at 8 am with a medical protocol, ensuring the security of each one of the patients, who return to their shelters today in the afternoon waiting to be adopted he said the Mtra. Jamaica.
In the meantime, the Lic Leticia Mejia Hernandez, an assistant solicitor for Environmental Protection of the city of Mexico, stated that the office of the Attorney Environmental and land Management of the D. F. (PAOT), received citizen complaints about animal abuse so that the work that is performed in conjunction with UVM and with the Foundation, Humane Society International is to link to the protectors of animals with both institutions to meet these animals who are mistreated or in street situations in order to ensure their well-being.
For his part, Dr. Simone Sato stated that this program has gone above and beyond to accommodate dogs of the street, it is a comprehensive care program that consists of the rescue, medical care, and adoption, this ensures the well-being of each one of them, and the relevance that it has in public health by contributing in the decline of dogs on the street.
During the tour in the operating room Dr. Antonio Ruiz Swirling, Director of the Veterinary Hospital explained that the animals that will be intervened, we performed a review prior to developing a medical record of each patient. The procedure consists in preparation of 10 minutes where done cleaning and anesthesia, are subsequently taken to surgery, which has a duration of approximately 20 minutes and, finally, they are channeled to the recovery area, where the time estimate is 2 hours.
The campaign to promote adoption of these animals will be done through the page of Facebook of UVM, where they publish a photograph and general information, such as race, weight, age, and phone number of the protective shielding of each of these animals, » said Executive Director of the Veterinary Hospital at UVM.