How to Get Castration of Livestock In India

Required Documents For Get Castration of Livestock

  • Consent form
  • The owner’s residential proof (Residential Certificate issued by local Administration Office/ Aadhaar card / Passport/ Driving Licence/Ration Card/ Govt. ID card/Defense ID Card/ PAN Car)
  • Aadhaar card
  • The blood test results of the animal, if the blood test has already been conducted.

Note:

  • In addition to the documents above, authorities can request additional documents or other information. You must provide them with the information needed for processing
  • Castration is a minimal surgery to remove the testicles from male animals. It is done on animals that aren’t desired to breed.

    Apply in-person:

  • You should consult with the local Veterinary Clinic or Hospital located in the Department of Animal Husbandry and the veterinary clinic in your area.
  • After consulting with the owner, the owner is able to bring the animal to the veterinarian on the date that is scheduled.
  • Clinic staff will evaluate the health status that the pet is in.
  • A blood test is scheduled during the procedure or a couple of days prior.
  • The animal is weighed to determine the doses of the drugs that will be used to anaesthetic.
  • Clinic staff will request the patient to read and sign a consent form to the procedure. It is important to include the number when signing.
  • Clinic staff will prep the animal for surgery by providing anesthesia.
  • Castration is performed by a doctor.
  • Following the procedure, animals will then be monitored carefully.
  • Following the advice of a doctor, animal must be released.
  • Staff at the vet clinic will keep the details and obtain an official signature from the owner of the animal to keep a record of the information.

Make sure you follow the doctor’s advice when caring for post-surgery treatments.

Office Locations and Contacts

Animal Husbandry Unit,
Govt.Of NCT Of Delhi,
First Floor Veterinary Hospital Tis Hazari Near PulMithai,
Zorawar Singh Marg Delhi 110054.
Ph.No.-23890317,23890485,23890172,
Fax No. :23890174.
E-mail: directorahdelhigov@gmail.com
Contact Link for the state-specific contact information

Instructions

  • Be sure to watch the animal carefully during the first 10 days following castingration.
  • If pain and swelling are intense and/or if the animal is feverish an appropriate antibiotic must be injected according to doctor guidance.

Requirements Information

  • Name of the person who is applying
  • Father Name
  • Address of the applicant’s address
  • Mobile Number
  • Information about the animal, including Age, Sex etc.
  • Age if the animal is older
  • Colour and identification mark.

Documentation is needed

  • Males with poor breeding potential are permitted to have a mate with females, and the young animal produced isn’t very well-behaved it is recommended that the animal be put in a castration.
  • Males that aren’t castrated can also fight, which is why it is recommended to castrate animals that aren’t the most suitable to breed.

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